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Railroad Depot. 

([^"Orders solicited and promptly filled. Prices reasonable. Terms cash. 

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A full stock of all the above popular Coals always on hand* at lowest cash 
prices. Having two yards both directly on the Railroad my facilities for supply- 
ing coal at low prices cannot be surpassed. The CASTLE HOCK COAL 
has now been in use for the past yeari n thousands of families in various parts 
of the .^tate, and is highly commendeo. as the cleanest and most economical Grate 
Coal in the market. It has also stood the severest test as a steam coal, and 
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INTRODUCTORY. 



In presenting herewith the second volume of Sholes' At- 
lanta City Directory, the publisher would simply state 
that every effort has been put forth to make it absolutely correct 
and complete in every particular. 

A desire, on the part of many, to evade a certain tax im- 
posed by the city government, has been the occasion of much 
inconvenience to the canvassers for the I >i rectory, but those who 
declined giving names for thi> reason, will in every instance, it 
is believed, Hud them in the proper place, generally with the 
addenda of fief used Information. 

To the general matter heretofore embodied has been added 
this year a Southern Post and Money Order Office Directory 
ami a newly revised map of the city, both of which will be 
found of much convenience. 

The publisher extends his heartiest thanks to the patrons of his 
work for their encouragement, and regrets the fact that so large 
a number, comparatively, of the business men of Atlanta prefer 
to borrow the Directory of their neighbor rather than purchase 
for themselves. 

With the hope that this evil, as well as that of refusing name-, 
may he remedied as the years go by, and with the promise that 
it shall be his earnest endeavor to make each succeeding issue 
of the Atlanta Directory more worthy of commendation and 
support, the publisher signs himself, 

Very respectfully, 

' A. E. SHOLES. 



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COHSTVIEILTT 

MWIJ I i tra 

East sum-: Loyd, between Htjnteb ani> Mitchell, 
Atlanta, Georgia.. 

Academy Conducted by the Sisters o! Mercy. 

Tlie delightful and healthful location of this spacious establishment enables the 
Sisters to bestow every attention to the moral and intellectual improvement of 
their pupils, as well as upon their domestic comfort. The 

Fall Session of this Institution 

will commence on 2J of September, and close on the 2J of February. The 

Spring Session 

commences on the '2d of February and closes July 2J, with a distribution of 
prizes, at which the parents and guardians of the pupils are invited to attend. 

TERMS PER SESSION: 

Tuii ion in English, board, washing, etc., included .Si •"> 

Italian, French and Latin 8 

Music on Piano, with use of instrument ..20 

Music on Guitar 20 

Cniyon Drawing and Painting in Water Colors ... 20 

oriental Painting, per course K) 

Wax Fruit and Flowers 15 

There is a Separate Department for Day Pupils. 

Terms per session in the first class $1(5 

" " " " second class. . . , 14 

" " " '• third class 1 '_' 

" " *• preparatory class 10 

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PROF. CI I AS. F GA1LMARD. 

E3;i:.:r.:;, 3G E. Si ■m.yscaa. Street. 

Prof. Chap. I-'. Gaimiawd, a native nf France, has a long and sueoessful ex- 
perience in teaching Fieneh, and many <>t ln> pupils, who how speak French 
fluently, are residing iuAtlauta. Besiot references. 

Vocal Music : Solmizaticn, Vocalization and Transposition, 

as taught in European schools. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page. 

Abbreviations 1<JJ 

Academies anil Schools 39 

Advertising Department 85 

Appendix 35 

Atlanta Street Railroad 59 

A. <). r. W 02 

Banks 7 10 

Benevolent Organizations 60 

Bible Societies 40 

Board of Aldermen 36 

■Board of Common Council 36 

Board of Education 38 

Board of Heal th 37 

Board of Police Commissioners 37 

Board of Trade io 

Board of Underwriters 10 

Board of Water Commissioners 38 

Catholic Institutions -j.t 

Cemeteries in 

Chamber of Commerce -to 

Christian Associations 60 

Churches 40 

City Court 65 

City Government . ..- 36 

City Officers :;; 

City of West End :is 

Clubs and Societies . ... -i:; 

d>ld Water Templars 63 

Commercial Directory 393 

Congress of U. S ~-> 

Consuls 38 

Corroetlous, Removals, &c 11 

County Courts 65 

Conntj "' Fulton iij 

Count} Officers i;i 

County Prison 65 

Courts gg 

Educational :;s 

Express stations e; 

Fire Department 30 

Pree Sons of Israel . 63 

General Directory of Names 10] 

Georgia State Government 05 

Balls and Public Buildings 82 

Headquarters Dept of South m 

Incorporated Companies 33 

Index to Advertisers 11 



Page. 

Internal Revenue Dept 64 

Introductory 11 

1. O. B. B 62 

r. O. G.'f 62 

I. O. O. K 62 

I. O.R. M * 63 

Judiciary 66 

Knights of Honor 6i 

Knights of Jerielio 63 

Knights of Pythias <>o 

Libraries (see also State Dept.). 5t 

Literary Associations 54 

Masonic 60 

Mayors of Atlanta 85 

Medical Societies 51 

Military organizations 55 

Newspapers, &c 35 

Odd Fellows 62 

Parks and Places of Amusement 56 

Police Department .!? 

Population ot Cities 10 

Post -office 50 

Post-office Directory opp.424 

Railroads 5> 

Registers in Bankruptcy 61 

Relief and Benevolent Organizations 60 

Schools and Teachers : 8 

secret Societies 60 

Sheriffs Office <;t 

Societies and Clubs -i:> 

State .Judiciary 66 

State Legislature 69 

Stats ot Georgia 65 

Street Guide 17 

Supelior Curts 00 

Telegraph Companies 63 

Temperance 63 

Templars of Honor 63 

United States Government 71 

U.S.A. Headquarters 61 

C S. Commissioners 63 

C. 3. Courts (53 

U s. Internal Revenue (it 

C S. Officers local ■ . 0< 

Ward Boundaries 32 

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



90 



86 



Pa<;j.. 
Ashley W. <;.. doors, sash and blinds 91 

Atlanta Brass Foundry 88 

Atlanta City Laundry 41 

Atlanta Electrotpe Foundry 91 

Atlanta Flouring Mills 90 

A tlanta Rolling Mill Co 

(back paster. > 
Behrens, Meinke & Haiders, elec- 

trotypers and stereotypers 94 

Berry Mark, boots and shoes 396 

BlileyF. X., undertaker 

(bottom lines, and 90 

Bohnefeld C, undertaker 98 

Boys and Girls of the South, J. H. & 

W B. Seals opp. 17 

Bradbury W. S., painter 92 

Brenner Wm., mill furnisher ... in 

Briscoe A. < '., phonograph er 

front fly B.; 

Browne W. (;., dentist 

i back cover. I 

Burke J. F. A < !o., spice mills 

Carpenter L.D., dentist 

i back fly C 

Citizens Bank of Georgia 

Clarke L H., hatter (fronl cocer.) 

Cohen & Selig, clothiers 

(bottom ines and opp. 85 

Coles H., undertaker 93 

Constitution 'back fly D.) 

Convent of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion 12 

Daniel a Marsh, druggists 

front paster. I 

Delbridge A. .1., boot maker 392 

l>t unison & < o., tags 

I back In and 99 

Dickson H. II.. printer 

(back fly I . 

DaBoseJas. K. & Son, grocers ... 87 

Dykeman II. E., merchant tailor 

I fronl cover.) 

Pay & Bruyn, architects s.~. 

Finney A. T., carriage mnfr in 

Franklin H., stoves and tinware 91 

Gailmard C. F., teacher French and 

music 12 

< ieorgia Spice Mills 90 

Georgia Republican 98 i 

(iiftbrd Jas. A., boiler maker 85 

Glenu IL C. commissioner of deeds 87 

Glenn L. J. & Son, lawyers 8" 

Golden F. S.. blacksmith 92 

Gray Wm., marble works |pj] 

c Julian .1. P., brass foundry ^ 

llainiaii E., Son. Agrl Works 

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Harrison .las. p. & Co.. publishers.. 

opp. 198 

Hart F. W.. doors, sash and blinds.. 9:; 

Holmes Nick, boot maker 76 

Hunt, Rankin A' Lamar, druggists.. 

(back cover. ) 
Jack & Holland, candy makers 

(front fly A.) 
Johnson M. W. St Co., seeds and im- 
plements 88 

Johnston G.J., billposter -!i 

Jones J. G..mer. tailor 

1 back cover.) 
Judson L. X.. marble works 

(front fly A.) 
Karwiseh IL, baker and grocer. 

Keith J. L., Wilson House 

Kenny P. J., saloon and restaurant. 

Kimball J. C., coal dealer 

1 top lines and back of title. 

Lagomarsino J., candy mnfr 

Land \V. J., analytical chemist 

Lawshe Er. watches, jewelry. &c — 
(top lines and front cover. ' 

Lewis H . flouring mills 

Li pes M., builder 

Loch rev .las., dyer 

Long 8., boot -naker 92 

Longley A Robinson, lumber mnfrs loo 
Lynch & Thornton, booksellers 

'back fly C.) 

M'Kenzie A. 1'.. paper hanger and 

painter flu 

McXaught Wm. & Co., paper mills.. 97 
McXaught A Scrutchin, hardware.. 97 

Memphis A Charleston R. R 

'bottom lines. 

Memphis A Little Hock IL R f_" 

Merchants Bank 80 

Miller G. IL, silverware..... ipp. 261 

Moore 15. F., business college 

front eo\ er. 

Motes r. w.. photographer 

• head of each letter., 
Nashville, Ciattanooga & St. Louis 

Ky back cover. 

National Hotel. E. T. White 95 

Parkins \V. H., architect 

front fly B. 
Phoenix Planing Mill, Longley A 

Robinson 10<> 

Pioneer Boiler Works, J. A. Gilford. 85 

Ramspeck C. M., book bindery 

'back cover, and op] . 

ReddJ.F., livery stables h."> 

PiversJ.S., wagon maker 91 

Sosenbaum <'.. cigar mnfr :;!»!• 



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Sawtell H. C., meat market 89 

Seals .1. H. .fcW. B., publishers.. opp, lfl 

Shropshire Kd. F., shirt ninl'r 

(bottom lines and back of title.) 

Smith J. M., carriage inn IV i)l 

SolomonsonS. L., jeweler 

(front cover. i 

Southern Agrl Works ..-. 

i front cover, i 

Southern Copying Co 117 

Stelnheimer & Krcisle, hoots, shoes, 

trunks, &c 392 

Stilson F. J., jeweler no 

Sugar Creek Paper Mill !>7 

Sullivan W. H., locksmith 413 

Sunny South, J. ft. & W. B. Seals... 

opp. 17 
Tanner Irwin, blacksmith 34 



PAG E. 

Taylor Clint, livery Btables M 

The Georgia Kepuhliean »S 

The Merchants Bank 80 

Thompson R. G., restaurant 

(front fly B.) 

Thrower .1. G., plasterer 33 

Tommey, Stewart & Beck, hardware 

(front paster.) 

Tripod & l'ine, painters ill 

Van Winkle E.. machine shop 

(hack paster. > 

Western & Atlantic R. It 

(top lim-s. i 

White E. T., National Hotel ()."> 

Wilson House, J. L. Keith, propr 88 

Wilson Jno. Stainback, Turkish 

bath 87 

WinhamE. L <»P1>- 260 



CORRECTIONS, REMOVALS, ETC. 



Cleves William B., genl agt 
Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg Co., 
58 Whitehall, r Decatur, Ga 

Doyle G. W., jeweler, 5 Ala- 
bama 

Duffy Calhanen E. Miss., r 694 
Whitehall 

Duffy Johanna Mrs., r 6dh 
Whitehall 

Eastman Frank, homcepathic 
physician, GSh Whitehall, 
bds 89 E. Mitchell 

GREGORY JOHN R., laun- 
dry, 12 Loyd, r 127 Collins 

HICKMAN J. J. DR., bds 
Markham House 



Hill Samuel H. (Rich & Hill), 

r 277 E. Hunter 
Jackson Howell C, elk Ex. 

Dept, r 264 Peachtree 
Kelly Amcricus Mrs., r ( Jl 

Whitehall 
Venable Samuel H. (S. H. & 

W. H. Tenable), r 261 

Peachtree 
Venable William H, (S. H. & 

W. H. Venable), r 261 

Peachtree 
Venable S. H. & W. H. (S. H. 

and W. H. Venable), com 

mers, 17 to 27 Bartow 



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POPULATION 

—OF THE— 

PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES. 

*3lars indicate census of 187-3 : other cities census of 1870. 



'Albany N. Y 8G.013 

Alleghany, Penn 52 180 

f Atlanta, Ga 35 956 

t Augusta, Ga 23 768 

Baltimore, Md 267.354 

Bangor, Me 18 289 

'Boston, Mass 341,919 

'Brooklyn, N. Y 484 616 

♦Buffalo", M . Y 134 573 

•Cambridge, Ma=>s 47 838 

tCharleston. S. C 52 569 

'Chicago, 111 407,667 

Cincinnati, 216 239 

•Cleveland, 136.827 

Columbus. G 31 274 

Concord, N. H 12 241 

Covington, Ky 24 505 

Davenport, Iowa 20,038 

Dayton, 30.473 

Detroit, Mich 79 577 

Dubuque, Iowa 18 434 

Evansville, Ind 21 830 

•Fall River, Mass 45 340 

Harrisburg. Penn 23.104 

•Hartford, Conn 50 941 

Hoboken, N.J 20 941 

Indianapolis, Ind 48.244 

Jersey City, N. J 82 546 

Kansas City, Mo ". . 32 260 

Lancaster, Penn 20 233 

•Lawrence, Mass 34 916 

tLittle Rock, Ark 17 418 

X Louisville, Ky 162 995 

•Lowell, Mass 49,688 

*Lvnn, Mass 32 606 

Manchester, N. H 23 536 

X Memphis, Tenn 47 385 

•Milwaukee, Wis 100,775 

'Mineapolis, Minn 32.720 

Mobile, Ala 32 034 

X Nashville, Tenn... ;; 40319 

•j-Census of 1877. 



Newark. N. J 105 050 

•New Bedford, Mass 25 895 

New Haven, Conn 50 840 

New Orleans. La 191.418 

•New York, N. Y 1,046.037 

Norfolk, Va 19*29 

Omaha, Neb 16 084 

•Oswego, N. Y 22 452 

Patterson, N. J 33 579 

Peoria, 111 22.849 

Petersburg, Ya 18 950 

Philadelphia. Penn 674 022 

Pittsburgh, Penn 86 086 

•Portland, Me 37.00(1 

•Providence, R. 1 100.675 

Quincy, 111 24 052 

Reading, Penn 33 930 

Richmond, Va 51.038 

•Rochester, N. Y 81 673 

Sacramento, Cal 16 283 

•Salem, Mass 25 958 

•San Francisco, Cal 250 001) 

Savannah, Ga 28 235 

Scranton, Penn 35 092 

•Somerville, Mass 21 868 

Springfield, 111 17,361 

Springfieid, Mass 31,053 

St. Joseph, Mo 19 '>*'<'> 

•St. Louis, Mo 400,000 

•St. Paul, Minn 3:' 237 

Syracuse, N- Y 48 315 

Taunton, Mass 20 445 

Terre Haute, Ind 16 103 

Toledo, 31.584 

Trenton, N. J 22 874 

•Troy, N. Y 48 821 

Utba, N. Y \. 48.821 

Washington. D. C 109.199 

Wheeling, W. Va 19 280 

Wilmington, Del 30 841 

Worcester, Mass 49 317 

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THE JEWISH SOUTH, 

THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE SOUTH, 
THE SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE, 
THE GRANGE HERALD, 
THE GOOD TEMPLARS' ADVOCATE, 
THE SOUTHERN MEDICAL RECORD, 
THE CLINICAL RECORD, 
THE ACANTHUS, 

NEW MEDICINES, - 
AGENTS' MANUAL, 
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GUIDE 

To Streets and Avenues in Atlanta and Suburbs. 



EXPLANATIONS. 

Reference to the " Guide" will show the streets, avenues, etc., in alpha- 
betical order, with the intersecting streets added, and, so far as practicable, 
corner numbers are given, so if one wisnes to find, say No. 41 Whitehall, it 
will be seen that No. 21 is at corner of Alabama, and No. G3 corner of Hunter ; 
hence, the number sought is between those streets. Many corners are desti- 
tute of numbers, which defect should be remedied. 

The Union depot is the central point of the city. 

The following are the central streets from which others are numbered, viz : 
Decatur and Marietta running east and west, and Peachtree, West Peachtree 
and Whitehall running north and south. 

The system of numbering is a very defective one, and difficult to under- 
stand. Odd numbers are on the right, and even numbers on the left in com- 
mencing each street. 

Ward boundaries, and halls and public buildings, may be found immediately 
following the "Guide." 

Our thanks are due and hereby extended to Mr. II. T. McDaniel, City En- 
gineer, for his gentlemanly and efficient aid in locating streets, defining bound- 
aries, etc. 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 



Al or al alley 

Av or av avenue 

bet. . . between 

cor corner 

C R R Central Railroad 

E or e east 

es . . . east side 

Ga R R Georgia Railroad 

June ... j unci inn 

N or n north 

ne northeast 

nr near 



ps north side 

nw northwest 

opp opposite 

S or s south 

se southeast 

88 south side 

st street 

sw southwest 

W or w west 

ws west side 

W & A RR, Western & Atlantic Rail- 
road. 



ALABAMA, from Whitehall se to 
Washington, and nw to C. R. R. , 1st 
ne of Hunter, wards 1 and 2. 

East. 
35 cor Pryor 
67 " Loyd 
87 " Washington 
Wewt. 
15 cor Broad 

29 " Forsyth 

" Central R R 
ALEXANDER, from Marietta e to 
West Peachtree, at Cedar, 5th ward, 
cor Marietta 

30 " Luckie 
42 " Venable 

" McAfee 
70 " Fowler 
86 " Lovejoy 

" Orme 
144 " Williams 
176 " Spring 
178 " Scott 
182 " West Peachtree 
ALLAC, from John n to limits, 5th 
w of W & A R R, ward 5. 

AMOS, from Hammond w, 2d s of 
United States Barracks. 

ANDERSON, from McDonough e to 
limits, 1st s of Glenn, ward 3. 

APPLE, from North av n to limits, 
2d w of West Peachtree, ward 5. 

BADGER, from Ga R R s, nr e limits, 
ward 3. 

BAILEY, from Stonewall s to Fair, 
1st w of Chapel, ward 1. 

BAKER, from Peachtree at June of 
West Peachtree, e to Fort and w to Ma- 
rietta, 1st n of Harris, wards 4 and 5. 
East. 
34 cor Ivy 



56 " Collins 

118 " Calhoun 

" Butler, ss 

" Fort 

West. 
23 cor Spring 
54 " Williams 
" Orme 
122 " Hayden 
142 " Hull, ns 
" Luckie 
" Marietta 
BARRACKS AV, from Chapel se 
to West Peters, 1st sw of Humphries, 
war J 1- 

BARTOW, from.W & A R R ne to 
Cain, 1st nw of Spring, ward 5. 

East. 

Marietta 
Walton 
Luckie 
Cain 
BASS, from Windsor e to Hill nr s 
limits, wards 2 and 3. 

BECKWITH, from junc Chapel and 
Nelson, nw to High, thence w to Chest- 
nut, 1st s of Markham, ward 1. 

West. 

Chapel 

High 

Vine 

Elm 

Chestnut 
BELL, from Ga R R n to Foster and 
8 to Hunter, 1st w of Fort, wards 3 
and 4. 

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Taylor 
Fain 
Tanner 
Foster 

South.. 

Hunter 

BERRELL, from Humphries e to 
Crowley, 3d s of Glenn, ward 2. 

BIGGERS, from Fort e to Cemetery, 
1st s of Ga II II, ward 3. 

BLACKMON, from t ort nr Forrest 
av ne to Jackson, ward 4. 

BLUFF, from Kreis w to C 11 R nr 
sw limits, ward 2. 

BOOTH'S AL— [See Haynes]. 

BORNE, from Fair s nr e limits, 
ward 3. 

BRADBURY, from Haynes sw to 
Fair, 1st nw of Peters, ward 1. 

BRADLEY, from Irwin s to Wheat, 
3d e of Rolling Mill, ward 4. 

BRANCH AL— [See Brotherton]. 

BREE, from Connally e to Borne, 1st 
n of Glenn, ward 3. 

BRICK, from Peters nw to Green's 
Ferry av, 1st s of Hill's av, ward 1. 

BROAD; from Marietta ne to Luckie 
at Peachtree and sw to Mitchell, 1st 
se of Forsyth, ward 1. 

North. 

Marietta 
Walton 
Grubb 
Luckie 

South. 

2 cor Marietta 
24 " Railroad (Directory Office.) 
44 " Alabama 
76 " Hunter 
106 " Mitchell 

BROTHERTON, from Whitehall nw 
to Thompson and se to Pryor, 1st sw of 
Garnett, ward 1. 

BRYAN, from Gullatt e to limits, 1st 
n of Glynn, ward 3. 

BUSE'S AL— [See Howell]. 
BUSH, from W, & A. R. R. w to 
Manorum, 1st n of Jones av, ward 5. 

BUTLER, from Decatur ne to Foster 
thence n to Forrest av and sw to Mc- 
Donough, 1st e of Calhoun, wards 2 
and 3. 

North. 

Gilmer 
Jenkins 
College 
Foster 



Wheat 

Houston 

Ellis 

Cain 

Harris 

Baker 

Forrest av 

South. 

Ga R R 

Hunter 

Mitchell 

McDonoUgh 
CAIN, from Peachtree e to Rolling 
Mill St, 1st and w to Luckie thence sw 
to W & A R R, 1st s of Harris, wards 
4 and 5. 



East. 



28 cor Ivy 



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" Clifford, ss 


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" Calhoun 


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" Butler 




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" Jackson 




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West. 




33 cor Spring 




48 " Church, ss 




59 " Williams, ns 




" James, ss 




" Bartow, ss 




81 " Orme, us 




93 " Luckie 




" Walton 




" W. & A. R. R. 


CALHOUN, from Decatur ne to Fos- 


ter, thence n to limits and sw to Mc- 


Donough 


at Hunter, 1st 8 of Collins, 


wards 2 


iud 4. 




North. 


37 cor Gilmer 


63 ' 


Jenkins 


101 ' 


Foster, es 


133 ' 


Wheat 


175 « 


Houston 


« 


Ellis 


233 ' 


Cain 


271 ' 


' Harris 


397 ' 


Baker 


< 


Forrest av 


< 


Currier 


' 


' Pine 


' 


' Merritt's av 


' 


« Cox 


' 


■ North Av 


CAMERON, from Fair s, nr e limits 


ward 3. 





20 



Atlanta City Directory. 



CARTER, from Davis w to Vine, 1st 
n of Hunter, ward 1. 

CASTLEBERRY, from Forsyth w to 
C R R, thence nw to Peters, 1st n of 
Fair, ward 1. 

CEDAR, from West Peachtree at Al- 
exander ne to Peachtree, ward 4. 

CHAMBERLAIN, from Decatur n 
to Foster. 3d e of Fort, ward 1. 

CHAPEL, from C R R w bey Man 
gum, thence sw to limits 1st nw of C R 
R, ward 1. 

cor Elliott 
" Mangum 
" Haynes 
41 " Tatnall 
55 " Porter, ns 
66 " Nelson, ss 
69 " Stonewall 
97 " Fair 
123 " Darkin 
129 " Green's Ferry Av, ns 

" Hill's Av, ss 
171 " Holland, ns 
201 " Humphries 
" Barracks Av 

CHATHAM, from Gullatt e to limits, 
1st 8 of Fair, ward 3. 

CHATTAHOOCHEE, from Simpson 
n to John. 1st w of Gray, ward 5. 

CHATTANOOGA, from Simpson n 
to Johnson, ward 5. 

CHERRY, from North avn to limits, 
1st e of Plum, ward 5. 

CHESTNUT, from Hunter a to U S 
Barracks, ward 1. 

CHURCH, from Peachtree at For- 
syth nw to Cain, 1st ne from James, 
ward 5. 

CLARKE, from Windsor e to Con- 
nally, 3d s of Fair, wards 2 and 3. 

East. 

cor Cooper 
'• Form wait 
" Pry or 
" Pulliam 
" Washington 
" Crew 
" McDonough 
189 " Fraser 
209 " Terry, ns 

" Martin 
2^3 " Connally 
CLIFFORD, from Cain to Ellis w of 
Calhoun, ward 4. 

COLLEGE, from Foster »t Calhoun 
se to Pratt, 1st ne of Jenkins, ward 4. 
COLLINS, from Decatur ne to Fos-« 



ter, thence n to North av and s to Ga 
R R, 1st e of Ivy, ward 4. 

North. 

27 cor Gilmer 
47 " Jenkins 
85 " Wheat 
118 " Houston 
138 " Ellis 
165 '• Cain 
191 " Harris 
215 " Baker 
268 ,s Forrest av 
299 " Currier 
359 " Pine 

" Merritt's av 
" Cox 
" North av 
CONE, from Marietta ne to Church, 
1st se of Spring, ward 5. 

CONNALLY, from Fair s to Little, 
ward 3. 

South. 

116 cor Jones 

" Rawson 
27 " Pettia 
" Glynn, es 
" Richardson 
" Crumley, ws 
" Glenn 
" Anderson 
«• Bass 
" Love 
COOPER, from Whitehall at Fair s to 
limits, 1st w of Windsor, ward 2. 

South. 

29 cor Jones 
51 " Rawson 
70 " Clarke 
" Fulton 
" Richardson 
" Crumley 
" Glenn 
" Anderson 
" Bass 
CORNELIA, from Ga R R a to Fos- 
ter, ward 4. 

CORPUT, from W & A R R e to Plum, 
1st s of North av, ward 5. 

COX, from Peachtree e to Fort, 1st 
s of North av, ward 4. 

CRAVEN'S AL, from Butler se to 
Fair, ward 3. 

CREW, from Mitchell sw to Peters, 
junc of Fair, thence s to Glenn, ward 2. 

cor Mitchell ss 
" Peters 
25 " Fair 



Atlanta City Directory 



21 



G5 " Jones 
95 " Kawsou 
110 " Clarke 
151 " Fulton 
199 " Richardson 
265 " Crumley 
" Glenn 
CROWELL, from Glenn s to limits, 
1st wof Windsor, ward 2. 

CRUMLEY, from McDaniele toCon. 
nally, 1st s of Richardson, wards 2 
and 3. 

>0iist. 

Smith 

Ira 

Windsor 

Cooper 

Form wait 

Pryor 

Pulli-tm 

Washington 

Crow 

McDonough 

Fraser 

Martin 

Connally 
CURRIER, from Peachtree e to Fort, 
1st n of Forrest av, ward 4. 

CYPRESS, from Third n bey limits, 
1st e of W Peachtree, ward 4. 

D'ALVIGNY. from W & A II 11 w 
bey limits, 8th n of Simpson, ward 5. 

DABNEY, from Fairs to Bree, nr e 
limits, ward 3. 

South. 

Chatham 

Bryan 

Glynn 

Troup 

Bree 
DAIRY, from West Peachtree e to 
Peachtree and w to Plum, 1st n of Pine, 
wards 4 and 5, 

West. 

Peachtree 

West Peachtree 

Scott 

Williams 

Orme 

Lovejoy, ss 

Fowler, ss 

McAfee, ss 

Venable, ss 

Luckie, ss 

Plum. 
DANIEL, from Decatur n to Foster, 
nr e limits, ward 4, 

DAVIS, from Markham to Rock, 1st 
w of Haynes, wards 1 and 5. 



NorUi. 



34 cor 


Mitchell 


52 " 


Hunter 


82 " 


Carter 


98 •• 


Rhodes 


1 15 •' 


Magazine 


175 » 


Foundry 


204 " 


Spencer. 


DECATUR, frora Peachtree Be to 


I'mil al Sh 


ipU-y, (continuation of Mart 


etta) thence to e limits, wards 1 and 5. 


17 coi 


l'ryor 


51 " 


Loyd, ss 


56 " 


Ivy, us 


85 " 


Col'ins 


12". " 


Calhoun 


157 " 


Butler 


190 " 


Pratt, ns 


231 " 


Moore 


263 " 


Bell 


298 ■' 


Fort 


324 " 


Hilliard, us 


364 " 


Yonge, ss 


a 


Daniel, ns 


" 


Rolling Mill, ns 


508 " 


Howell, ns 


" 


Randolph, ns 


n 


Lane, ns 


562 " 


Ella, ns. 


DeGIVE 


, from Simpson n to John 


nr limits. 


ward 4. 


DOVER 


, from Hayne w to Tatnall, 


ward 1. 




EDWARD, from Simpson n to John, 


1st w of Chattahoochee, ward 5. 


EEDS, from Windsor w to C R R, 2d 


s of Glenn 


, ward 2. 


ELLA, from Ga R 11 n to Foster nr e 


limits, ward 4. 


ELLIOTT, from Nelson to Simpson, 


1st n C R R, wards 1 and 5. 




North. 


cor Markham 


28 " 


Mitchell 


57 " 


Hunter 


110 " 


Rhodes 


128 " 


Mechanic 


142 " 


Magazine 


176 " 


Foundry 


185 •' 


Newton, ws 


200 " 


Fuller, es 


220 " 


Thurmond 


234 " 


Maye al 


250 " 


Rock 


274 " 


Henry. 


ELLIS, 


from Church e to Fort, 1st u 


of Houston, wards 4 and 5. 




Bast. 


1 cor Peachtree 



22 



Atlanta City Directory. 



29 « 


' Ivy 


67 ' 


' Collins 


83 < 


' Calhoun 


95 ' 


Butler 


1(30 ' 


' Valentine 


189 ' 


' Fort. 



ELM, from Hunter s to Fair, 1st w 
of Vine, ward I. 

ELMORE, from Ga R R s to Fair, 3d 
e of Fort, wards 3 and 4. 

EMMA, from W & A R R w to limits, 
nr n limits, ward 5. 

EZZARD, from Cornelia e to Ella, nr 
e limits, ward 4. 

FACTORY, from Ga R R s to Fair, 
nr e limits, ward 3. 

FAIN, from Fort w to Bell, 2d s of 
Foster, ward 4. 

FAIR, from Whitehall e to limits 
and w to Chestnut, wards 1, 2 and 3. 

East. 



cor Formwalt 


53 » 

it 

95 " 


Pryor 
Loyd, ns 
PuUiam, ss 


ti 

H 


Washington 
Crew 


" 


Peters 


(1 

221 ' 


McDonough 
Fraser 


247 ' 
275 ' 


Terry 
Martin 


301 ' 


King 


317 ' 
355 ' 


Connally 

Haynes 

Hill 


< 


Fort, ns 


428 ' 


Grant 


447 ' 


Gullatt, ss 


« 


Thomas, ss 


i 


Wood, 83 


t 


Dabney, ss 
Borne, ss 


• 


Badger, ss 
Cameron, ss 




West. 




Forsyth 
CR R 




Peters 




Walker 




Chapel 
Bailey, ns 
Vine, ns 




Elm, ns 




Roach, ss 




Lawshe, ss 




Chestnut 



FAIRLIE, from Mrrietta e to 
Church, 1st nw of Forsyth, ward 5. 
Walton 
Grubb 
Luckie 
James 
Church 
FIFTH, from West Peachtree e to 
Fort and w to Cherry, 4th n of North 
nr bey limit*. 

FILLMORE, from Pratt e to Fort 1st 
n s to Glenn, ward 2. 



South. 



19 cor Fair 



55 
85 

145 



Jones 

Rawson 

Clarke 

Fulton 

Richardson 



" Crumley 
" Glenn 
" Anderson 
" Bass 
" Stevens 
FORREST AV, from Peachtree e to 
Fort, 1st n of Baker. 

East. 

Collins 

Calhoun 

Butler, ss 

Fort 
FORSYTH, from Marietta ne to 
Church and sw to Whitehall, wards 1 
and 5. 

North. 

13 cor Walton 
31 " Grubb 
41 " Luckie 
56 " James 
76 " Church 



South. 
28 cor C. R. R 



39 


" Alabama 


65 


" Hunter 


99 


" Mitchell 


127 


" Peters 


14'.) 


" Garnett 


181 


" Brotherton 


215 


" Castlebery, ws 


225 


" Fair 


259 


" Whitehall 


FORT, 


from Decatur n to limits and 


to Fair, 


wards 3 and 4. 




North. 


16 


jor Fillmore, wa 




" Scofield, es 



Atlanta City Directory. 



2:; 



98 " 


Pratt 


" 


Foster 


145 " 


Wheat 


" 


Irwin, cs 


192 " 


Houston 


200 " 


Ellis, ws 


224 " 


Cain 


(i 


Harris 


280 " 


Baker, ws 


" 


Forrest Av, ws 


" 


Blackmon, es 


" 


Currier, ws 


" 


Merritt'a Av, ws 


" 


North Av 


•' 


Second, ws 


)STER 


, ftorn Calhoun e lo limit 



1st s of Wheal, ward I. 

East. 

38 cor Butler 

" Pratt, ss 
45 " Bell, ss 
" Fort 
" Hilliard 
231 " Yonge 

•' Jackson, ns 
" Chamberlain, ss 
" Rolling Mill, ns 
" Daniel, ss 
" Buse's Al, ss 
247 " Cornelia, ss 
207 " Randolph 

" Lane 
277 " Ella, ss 
" Gunby, ss 
FOUNDRY, from W & A R R ne to 
Luckie and w to limits dividing, wards 
wards 1 and 5. 

West. 

Elliott 

Man gum 

Haynes 

Davis 

Maple 

Vine 

Chestnut 
FOURTH, from West Peachtree e to 
Fort, 3d n of North av, bey limits- 

FOWLER, from Alexander n to 
Dairy, 3d eof Luckie, ward 5. 

North. 

Mills 

Hunnicutt 
Pine 
Dairy 
FRASER, from Hunter at Butler s 
to limits, 1st e of McDonough, ward 3. 



South. 

33 cor Craven's al 
I") " Fair 
80 " Jones 
114 " Rawson 
150 " Clarke 
164 " Solomon 
190 " Fulton 
220 " Richardson 
230 " Richmond 
25, r i " Crumley 
287 " Glenn 
" Auderson 
" Bass 
" Love 
" Little 
FULLER, from Elliott e to W & A R 
R, 1st n of Foundry, ward 5. 

FULLER'S ROW, from Fair at Peters 
se to C R R, ward 1. 

FULTON, from Martin w to Smith. 
5th s of Fair, wards 2 and 3. 

'West. 

Fraser 
v McDonough 
Crew 

Washington 
Pulliam 
Pryor 
Formwalt 
Cooper 
Windsor 
Ira 
Smith 
GALLATIN, from State west, nw of 
limits. 

GARDEN, from Glenn s to limits, 
ward 3. 

GARNETT, from Peters se to Pul- 
liam, 2d sw of Mitchell, wards 1 and 2. 
5 cor Thompson 
37 " Forsyth 
71 " Whitehall 
85 " Pryor 
" Loyd 
111 " Pulliam 
GARTRELL, from Yonge e to Daniel, 
lsts^of Foster, ward 4. 

GATE CITY, from Glenn s to limits, 
nr w limits, ward 2. 

GILMER, from Ivy se to Pratt, 1st 
ne of Decatur, ward 4. 
31 cor Collins 
65 " Calhoun 
93 " Butler 
118 " Pratt 
GLENN, from w limits to e limits, 



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Atlanta City Directory. 



7th s of Fair at McDonough, passing 
through wards 2 and 8. 

East 

Kreis limits 

Humphries, ss 
Robbins, ns 
Sims, ss 
Mr-Daniel 
Smith, ns 
Gate City, ss 
Newman, ss 
Ira, ns 
Crowell, ss 
Windsor 
Cooper 
Form wait 
Pryor 
Pulliam, ns 
Washington 
Crew 

McDonough 
Grady, ns 
Fraser 
Reed 
Terry 
Martin 
Connally 
Garden, ss 
Hill 
Grant 
Thomas 
Wood 
Dabney 
Borne — limits. 
GLYNN, frr-m Connally eto Borne, 3d 
s of Fair, ward 3. 

East. 

Kelley, ns 
Hill 
Grant 
Gullatt, ns 
Thomas 
Woods 
Dabney 
Borne. 
GORDON, continuation of Glynn w 
of limits. 

GRADY, from Glenn n to Crumley, 
1st e of McDonough, ward:!. 

GRANT, from Fair s to limits, 3<Ls of 
Connally, ward 3 

South. 
Glynn 
Tioup, es 
Bree 
Glenn 
Anderson 
Love 



GRAY, from Simpson n to D'Alvigny, 
2d w of W. & A. R. R., ward 5. 

iNorth. 

Jones av 
Bush 
Johnson 
Victoria 
John 
Kennedy 
Emma 
D'Alvigny 
GREENS FERRY Av., from Chapel at 
Lnrkin, w to limits, northern boundary 
of U. S. Barracks, ward 1. 

GKUBB, from Pe ichtree nw to 
Spring, 2d ne of Marietta, ward 5. 
Broad 
Forsyth 
Fairlie 
Cone 
Spring 
GULLATT, from Fair s to Glynn 
nr Oakland Cemetery, ward 3. 

GUNBY, from Foster at A-L R. R., s 
to Ga. R. R., nr e limits, ward 4. 

HAMMOND, from Peters nw to Lee, 
s of U. S. Barracks, bey limits. 

HARRIS, from Peachtree e to Roll- 
ing Mill St and w to Marietta, wards 
4 and 5. 



East. 



29 cor Ivy 



67 " 


Collins 




113 " 


Calhoun 




157 " 


Butler 




200 " 


Fort 
Hilliard 
Jackson 
Rolling Mill 

West. 




31 cor Spring 




59 " 


Williams 




79 " 


Orme 




115 " 


Hay den 




128 " 


Luckie 
Marietta 




HATTY, 


from Marietta, 


at D'Al- 


viguy ne to 


State, nr limits, 


ward 5. 


HAYDEN.from Simpson s 


to Luckie, 


ward 5. 






HAYNES 


, from Chapel n 


o Simpson, 


2d, w of Elliott, wards 1 and 5. 


100 coi 


Markham 




121 " 


Mitchell 




147 " 


Hunter 




205 " 


Rhodes 




223 " 


Magazine 




246 " 


Foundry 


' 



A ri. \vi a City DlKECTOBY. 



25 



" Thurmond 
319 " Mays al 
829 •' Rock 
:il " Henry 
358 " Simpson 
HENRY, from W. & A. R. R., w to 
Davis, 1st, s of Simpson, ward 5 

HIGH, from Tatnall sw to Parsons, 
1st nw of Chapel, ward 1 

HIGHTOWER, from Robbins ws 1st 
s of Whitehall, ward 2 

H ILL. from Hunter nr Bell, s to lim- 
its, ward 3 

Fair 
Jones. 
Rawaoa 
Glynn 
Bree 
Glenn 
Anderson 
Bass 
Love 
Little 
HILL'S AV, from Peters nw to 
Chapel, 3d s of Fair, ward 4 

HILLIARD, from Decatur n bey 
Harris. 1st e of Fort, ward 1 
Scofield 
Fair 
Farmer 
Foster 
New Wheat 
Wheat 
Irwin 
Houston 
Cain 
Harri9 
HOGE, from Wheat n to Morri3 e of 
Rolling Mill St, ward 4 

HOLLAND, from Chapel nw to 
Greens Ferry Av, 1st ne of Humph- 
ries, ward 1 

HOOD, from Whitehall se to Wind- 
sor, 1st ne of Smith 

HORTON, from Fort e to Packard's 
al, n of Decatur, ward 4 

HOUSTON, from Peachtree e to 
Calhoun, thence ne to Rolling Mill St, 
thence e to Randolph, wards 4 and 5 
cor Pryor 



29 


" Ivy 


63 


" Collins 


105 


" Calhoun 


145 


" Butler 


161 


" Valentine, ss 




" Irwin 


1S»0 


" Fort 




" Hilliard 




" Jackson 


311 


il Rolling Mill 



" Howell, ss 
387 " Randolph 

HOWELL, from Ga R R n to Hous- 
ton, ward 4 

HOWLAND, from Wheat n to Cain, 
nr e limits, ward 4 

HUGE— [See Hulsey.] 

HULL, from Simpson a to Baker, 1st 
e of Luckie, ward 5 

HULSEY, from Foundry s to Maga- 
zine, 1st w of W & A R R 

HUMPHRIES, from Whitehall nw 
to Greens Ferry Av, and se to limits, 
wards 1 and 2 

North. 





Chapel 




Liberty 




Greens Ferry av 




South. 




Hightower 




Wells 




Glenn 




Stevens 




Berrell 




Rockwell 


HUNNICUTT, from Marietta e to 


West Peachtree, 2d n of Alexander, 


ward 5. 




HUNTER, from Whitehall se to Gul- 


latt, nr Cemetery, and nw to RR, thence 


w to limits, wards 1, 2 and 3. 




East. 


27 


cor Pryor 




" Loyd 


83 


" Washington 


95 


" McDonough, ss 


111 


" Butler 


121 


" Fraser, ss 


151 


" Terry 


165 


•' Martin 


201 


" King 


229 


" Moore 


252 


" Bell, ns 


257 


" Hill, ss 


277 


" Fort 


327 


" George 


337 


" Gullatt, ss 




West. 


11 


cer Broad 


25 


" Forsyth 


55 


" Thompson 




•< C R R 




" Elliott 


139 


" Mangum 


159 


" Haynes 


181 


" Davis 




" Maple 



26 



Atlanta City Directory. 



IRA, from Hood s to Glenn, 1st w 
of Windsor, ward 2. 

IRWIN, from Fort e to limits, 1st n 
of Wheat, ward 4. 

East. 

25 cor Hilliard 
" Jackson 
111 '« Rolling Mill 
130 " Hoge 
149 " Howell 
" Randolph 
IVY, from Decatur ne and n to 
Peachtree, 1st e of Pryor, ward 4. 
20 cor Line, es 
33 " Gilmer, es 
67 " Wheat 
104 " Houston 
127 " Ellis 
157 " Cain 
183 " Harris 
212 " Baker 
JACKSON, from Foster n to limits, 
2d e of Fort, ward 4. 

North, 
cor New Wheat 
" Wheat 
" Irwin 
" Houston 
52 " Cain 
66 " Harris 
" Morris, es 
" Rice, es 
" Blackmon, ws 
JAMES, from Peachtree nw to Cain, 
1st ne «f Luckie, ward 5. 

JEFFERSON AV — [See Rolling 
Mill.] 

JENKINS, from Calhoun se to Pratt, 
1st ne of Gilmer, ward 4. 

JENNINGS AL, from Rawson n to 
Jones, 1st e of Fraser, ward 3. 

JOHN, from W & A R R w to Lam- 
bert, 5th n of Simpson, ward 5. 

JOHNSON, from W & A R R w to 
Gray, 3d n of Simpson, ward 5. 

JONES, from Windsor e to Hill, 1st 
s of Fair, wards 2 and 3. 

East. 

25 cor Cooper 

47 " Formwalt 

88 " Pryor 
104 " Pulliam 
140 " Washington 
162 " Crew 
186 " McDonough 
204 " Fraser 
228 " Jennings al 
240 " Terry 



251 < 


' Martin 


284 ' 
292 ' 


' King 
' Werner 


" Connally 
" Kelley 
324 " Moore 


339 ' 


' Hill 



JONES AV, from W & A R R w to 
Edward, 1st n of Simpson, ward 5. 

JUNIPER, from North Av n bey 
limits, 1st e of Peachtree, ward 4. 

KELLEY, from Fair s to Glynn, 1st 
e of Connally, ward 3. 

KENNEDY, from Gray w to limits, 
6th n of Simpson, ward 5. 

KIMBALL, from Peachtree w to 
West Peachtree, nr n limits, ward 4, 

KING, from Ga R R s to Clarke, 1st 
e of Martin, ward 3. 

KREIS, from Glenn s bey limits, 
ward 2. 

LAMBERT, from Simpson n to lim- 
its, 5th w of W & A R R, ward 5. 

LA.NE, from Ga R R n to Foster, nr 
e limits, ward 4. 

LARKIN, from Walker w bey Chapel, 
1st s of Fair, ward 1. 

LATIMERS AL, from Luckie sw to 
W & A R R, ward 5. 

LAWS HE, from Fair s to Greens 
Ferry Av, nr U S Barracks, ward 1. 

LEE, from Thrasher at U S Barracks 
south, 1st w of C R R bey limits. 

LIBERTY, from Holland sw to 
Humphries, 1st ne of Chapel, ward 1. 

LINE, from Peachtree e to Pryor, 
thence se to Ivy, 1st ne of Decatur, 
wards 4 and 5. 

LITTLE, from McDonough e to Hill, 
4th 8 of Glenn, ward 3. 

LOVE, from McDonough e to limits, 
3d s of Glenn, ward 3. 

LOVEJOY, from Simpson n to 
North Av, 4th w of Peachtree, ward 5. 

LOWE, from Carter n t-> Spencer, 
1st w of Maple, wards 1 and 6. 

LOYD, from Ga R R sw to Fair, 1st 
se of Pryor, wards 2 and 4. 
Alabama 
Hunter 
Mitchell , 
Peters 
Garnett 
Fair 

LUCKIE, from Peachtree at Broad 
nw to Simpson, thence n to Dairy, 
ward 5. 

cor Forsyth 
23 " Fairlie 



Atlanta City DiBEcroRY. 



27 



35 


" Cone 


44 ' 


Forsyth 


55 


'• Spring 


57 « 


Fairlie, ns 


85 


" Bartow 


67 ' 


Cone, ns 


106 


" Cain 


85 ' 


Spring 


121 


" Hayden, es 


139 ' 


Bartow 


130 


" Foundry, ws 


161 ' 


Cain 


154 


" Harris t 


201 ' 


Walton, junc 


162 


11 Thurmond, ws 


208 ' 


Foundry 


165 


m Hull, es 


236 ' 


Harris 


178 


" Baker 


251 ' 


Thurmond 


201 


" Simpson 


265 ' 


Baker, es 


230 


" Alexander 


322 < 


Simpson 




" Mills 


344 ' 


Jones Av, ws 


268 


*' Hunnicutt 


345 « 


Alexander, es 


292 


" Dairy 


" 


Mills, es 


McAFEE, from Simpson n to North 


395 ' 


Hunnicutt, es 


Av, 3d e 


of Marietta, ward 5. 


425 ' 


Pine, es 


McDANIEL, from Whitehall nw to 


475 ' 


Corput, es 


Teters, and se to limits, wards 1 and 2. 




North Av 


McDONOUGH, from Hunter at Cal- 




Emma, ws 


houn s to limits, dividing wards 2 and 


485 ' 


Hatty, es 


3. 




" 


Morrison, es 


cor Mitchell, es 


« 


D'Alvigny, ss 


38 


" Butler, es 


>' 


Means, ss 


45 


" Fair 


«< 


Wallace, ns 


75 


" Jones 


MARKHAM, from C R R w to Vine, 


103 


" Rawson 


1st s of Mitchell, ward 1. 


141 


" Clarke 


7 cor Elliott 


161 


" Fulton 


42 " 


Mangum 


201 


" Richardson 


80 < 


Haynes 


235 


" Crumley 


113 " 


Davis 


255 


" Glenn 


" 


Maple, ns 


McLIN'S AL— [See Fair.] 


170 " 


Tatnall 


MAGAZINE, from CRRwto Vine, 


" 


Walnut 


1st s of Foundry, ward 1. 


«• 


Vine. 


MANGUM, from Nelson n to John, 


MARTIN, from 


1st w of Elliott, wards 1 and 5. 


ward 3. 




91 cor Markham 


1 cor Ga R R 


109 


" Mitchell 


<« 


Hunter 


133 


" Hunter 


15 " 


Fair 


194 


" Rhodes 


29 " 


Jones 


222 


" Magazine 


61 " 


Pettis 


256 


" Foundry 


71 •■ 


Rawson 


271 


" Newton 


" 


Solomon, ws 


300 


" Thurmond 


87 " 


Glynn 


312 


" Mays Al 


108 " 


Clarke 


330 


" Rock 


175 " 


Richardson 


347 


" Henry 


191 " 


Richmond 


359 


" Simpson 


205 " 


Crumley 




" Jones Av 


237 " 


Glenn 


391 


" Bush 


" 


Anderson 




" Johnson 


<< 


Bass 




" Victoria 


<• 


Love 




". John 


" 


Little. 


MAPLE, from Tatnall, junc Mark- 


MAYER 


, from West Peachtree w to 


ham, n bey Foundry, 3d w of Haynes, 


Orme, 1st s 


i of North Av, ward 5. 


wards 1 and 5. 


MAYS AL, from Elliott w to Haynes, 


MARIETTA, from Peachtree opp 


ward 5. 




Decatur, 


nw bey limits, ward 5. 


MEANS 


from Marietta, at limits, 


19 


:or Broad 


1st n of W & A R R, w to Perry. 



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MECHANIC, from C R R w to El- 
liott, 1st 8 of Magazine, ward 1. 

MERRITTS AV, from W. Peachtree 
e to Fort, 1st n of Pine, ward 4. 

MILLS, from Marietta e to West 
Peachtree, 1st n of Alexander, ward 5. 
10 cor Luckie 
14 " Venable 
28 " McAfee 
" -Fowler 
54 " Lovejoy 
" Orme ' 
" Williams 
" Spring 
" West Peachtree 
MINNIE, from Marietta ne to State, 
nr n limits, ward 5. 

MITCHELL, from Whitehall se to 
McDonough, and nw to Elliott, thence 
w to limits, 1st s of Hunter, wards 1 
and 2. 

East. 
24 cor Pryor 
52 " Loyd 
89 " Washington 
111 " Crew, ss 
119 " McDonough (City Hall.) 
West. 
21 cor Broad, ns 
41 " Forsyth 
61 " Thompson 
95 " C R R, 
126 " Elliott 
169 " Mangum 
197 " Haynes 
281 " Davis 
299 " Maple 
323 " Tatnall 
" Walnut, ss 
" Vine 
MONROE, from Rhodes s to Hun- 
ter, 1st w of C R R ward 1. 

MOORE, from Ga. R R, n to Pratt, 
at Jenkins, ward 4. 

MORRIS, from Peachtree e, 1st n 
of Baker, ward 4. 

MORRISON, from Marietta nr nw 
limits, ne to State, ward 5. 

MYRTLE, from North av n bey 
limits, 1st e of Calhoun, ward 4, 

NEAL, from Chestnut e bey limits 
1st s of Foundry 

NELSON, from Thompson w to C 
R R, at Elliott, thence sw to Chapel, 
ward 1. 

37 cor Elliott, ns 

93 " Mangum 

100 " Walker, ss 

123 " Haynes 

155 " Tatnall, ns 



" Chapel 
NEWTON, from Elliott, w to Man- 
gum. 1st, n of Foundry, ward 5. 

NEW WHEAT, from Fort to junc 
Wheat. 1st s of Wheat, ward 4. 

NORTH Av., from West Peachtree 
e to limits, and w to Marietta, wards 4 
and 5. 

East. 
Peachtree 
Juniper 
Calhoun 
Myrtle 
Fort 
Limits 

West. 

Scott, 88 

Pear, ns 
Williams, 88 
Apple, ns 
Orme, 88 
Quince, ne 
Cherry, ns 
Plum 
Marietta 
OAK— [See Peachtree.] 
ORANGE, from Smith ne to Windsor 
1st. 8 of Whitehall, ward 2. 

ORME. from Cain, n to North av, 
3d w of Peachtree, ward 5. 

PACKARDS AL— [See Hilliard.] 
PARSON, from Walnut w to Chest- 
nut, s of Beckwith, ward 1. 

PEACHTREE, from W & A R R ne 
to Ellis, n to Biker, thence ne to lim- 
its, wards 4 and 5. 

cor Decatur 
27 ' Line 
!4 " Walton, ws 

51 " Wheat, es 

52 " Grubb, ws 

60 " Broad, junc, ws 

62 " Luckie, ws 

76 " James ws, Houston, es 
" Pry or, es 

92 " Forsyth, junc Church 
125 " Ellis 
151 " Cain 
187 " Harris 

204 " West Peachtree juno 
211 " Baker 

" Ivy junc. 88 
261 " Forresi Av., es 
289 " Currier, es 
302 " Cedar, ws 
325 " Pine 
345 " Merritfs Av 
383 " Cox 
421 " North Av 



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" Kimball, ws 
43:1 " Morris Av., ws 
PEACHTREE- [See West Peach- 
tree. ] 

PEAR, from North av n, bey limits, 
lstw of West Peachtrce, ward 5. 

PETERS, from Whitehall se to Fair 
at Crew and nw to Forsyth, thence 
sw to limits, wards 1 and 2. 

East. 

cor Pryor 
55 " Loyd 

" Washington 
" Crew 

West. 

32 cor Forsyth 
ii. r > " Thompson 
74 " Garnett, es 

92 " C R R 

93 " Mntigum, ws 
129 " Haynes, ws 
158 " Castleberry, es 
176 " Fair 

251 " Walker junc. ws 
277 " Brick, ws 
300 " McDaniel, es 
369 " Humphries 
365 " Barracks Av, ws 
PETTIS, from Martin e to Connally, 
1st s of Jones, ward 3. 

PHILLIPS ROW, from Markham s 
to Chapel, e of Mangum, ward 1. 

PINE, from West Peachtree e bey 
Fort, and w to Marietta, wards 4 and 5. 

East. 

cor Peachtree 
18 " Collins 
" Calhoun 
Fort 

Wesl. 

Scott 
Williams 

Urine 
Love/ry 
Fowler 
McAfee 
Venabln 
Luckif 
Plum 
Marietta 
PLUM, from Ilunnicutt u bey limits, 
1st e of Marietta, ward •">. 

PONDER, from Marietta n bey lim- 
its 

PORTER, from Chapel nw to High, 
1st sw of Tatnall , ward 1. 



PORTER AL, from Line n to Pryo r 
at Wheat , w\r<l 1 

POWERS, from West Peachtree w 
to Lovejoy, 1st n of Simpson, wut'l ... 

PRATT, from Decatur ne to Bell, 
1st se of Butler, ward I. 

PRYOR, from Decatur ne to Peach- 
tree, and sw to Fair, thence 8 to Glenn, 
continued by Water Works road, wards 
2, 4 and 5. 

North. 



15 cor Line 


67 ' 


Wheat 


83 " 


Houston 




South. 


21 cor Railroad 


32 ' 


Alabama 


67 ' 


Hunter 


105 ' 


Mitchell 


135 ' 


Peters 


165 • 


Garnett 


199 ' 


Brotherton, ws 


201 < 


Fair 


229 ' 


Jones 


283 ' 


Rawson 


313 < 


Clarke 


1 


Fulton 


377 ' 


Richardson 


1 


Crumley 


< 


Glenn 


PILLIAM, from Fair nr Loyd s to 


Glenn, 3d 


w of McDonough, ward 2. 




South. 


29 cor Jones 


75 ' 


Rawson 


82 • 


Clarke 


93 • 


Fulton 


139 ' 


Richardson 



" Crumley 
'• Glenn 

QUINCE, from North Av n hey lim- 
its, 3d w of West Peachtree, ward 5. 

RACETRACK— [See Chaptl.] 

RANDOLPH, from Foster n, nr e 
limits, ward 4. 

RANKINE, from Rolling Mill e to 
Randolph, 1st n of Rice, ward 4. 

RAWSON. from Martin w to Wind- 
sor, thence svv to Smith, wards 2 and 3 



Wt-rst. 

cor Martin 

'• Jennings Al 

" Fraser 

" McDonough 

" Crew 

" Washington 

" Pulliam 



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" Pry or 
217 " Formwalt 
231 '• Cooper 
253 " Windsor 

" Hood 
329 " Smith 
REED, from Richmond a to Glenn, 
1st e of Fraser, ward 3. 

RHODES, from C R R w to Vine, 
1st s of Magazine, ward 1. 

RICE, from Jackson e nr limits, 2d 
n of Harris, ward 4. 

RICHARDSON, from McDaniel e to 
Martin, 5th s of Fair, wards 2 and 3. 

East. 

cor Smith 

" Ira 

" Windsor 

" Cooper 

" Formwalt 

" Pry or 

" PulHam 

" Washington 

" Crew 

" McDonough 

" Fraser 
192 " Terry 
234 " Martin 

" Connally 

RICHMOND, from Fraser e to Con- 
nally, 1st n of Crumley, ward 3. 

ROBBINS, from Whitehall s to 
Crumley, 1st e of McDaniel, ward 2. 

ROACH, from Fair s to cor Greens 
Ferry and Humphries, 4th w of Maple, 
ward 1. 

ROCK, from W & A R R w to Chat- 
tahoochee, 1st s of Simpson, ward 5. 

"ROCKWELL, from Windsor w to 
Kreis, 5th, s of Glenn, bey limits. 

ROLLING MILL, from Foster n to 
limits, 8th e of Peachtree, ward 4. 
[See also Jefferson.] 

SALTER, from nrcor Whitehall and 
C R R bey limits. 

SASE, from roster s to Ga R R, 1st 
e of D^iDiel. 

SAVANNAH, from Tennels s to Fair, 
bet Borre and Badger, ward 3. 

SCOFIELD, from Fort e to Hilliard, 
1st s of Taylor, ward 4. 

SCOTT, from Powers n to Mayer 
bet W Peachtree and Spring, ward 5. 

SECOND, from Peachtree e to Fort, 
and w to Cherry, 1st n of North Av, 
wards 4 and 5. 

SHARPE, from Windsor w to Sims, 
1st a of Glenn, ward 2. 



SHIPLEY, from junc of Decatur and 
Pratt se to Ga R R, ward 4. 

SIMPSON, from Marietta e to West 
Pea htree and w to Vine, 1st n of 
Baker, ward 5. 



46 
47 

58 

100 



166 



Bast. 
cor Luckie 
Venable, ns 
Hull, ss 
McAfee, ns 
Hayden, ss 
Lovejoy, ns 
Orme 
Williams 
Spring 
West Peachtree 



West. 
10 cor Elliott 
53 " Mangum 

" Haynes, ss 
81 " Gray, ns 
105 " Chattahoochee, ns 
*' Lambert, ns 
" DeGive Av 
" Vine 
SIMS, from Glenn s to Stevens, 1st 
e of Humphries, ward 2. 

SIXTH, from Peachtree w to Cherry, 
bey limits. 

SMITH, from Whitehall se to Glenn, 
1st e of McDaniel, ward 2. 

South. 

20 cor Orange 
40 " Rawson 
" Fulton 
" Richardson 
" Crumley 
140 " Glenn 
SOLOMON, from Fraser e to Mar- 
tin, 4th s of Fair, ward 3. 

SOUTH, from Wallace ne to 4th nr 
Marietta, bey limits. 

SPENCER, from Davis w to Lowe, 
1st n of Foundry, ward 5. 

SPRING, from W & A R R ne to 
Cain nr Church, thence n to Hunnicutt, 
ward 5. 

24 cor Marietta 
64 " Grubb 
79 " Luckie 
100 " James 
130 " Church 
136 " Cain 
" Harris 
" Baker 
" Simpson 
«' Powers 
" Alexander 



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31 



STATE, from Corput nw bey limits 
in- Marietta, ward 5. 
STEPHENS— [See Fair.] 
STEVENS, from Windsor w to 
Humphries, 3d s of Glenn, ward 2. 

STONEWALL, from Walker w to 
Chapel, thence nw to High, ward 1. 

STRONG, from John n to D'Alvig- 
ny nr w limits, ward 5. 

TATNALL, from Nelson nw to juoc 
Hunter and Vine, ward 1. 

TANNER, from Bell e to Fort, 1st s 
of Foster, ward 4. 

TAYLOR, from Pratt e to Fort, 1st 
n of Fillmore, ward 4. 

TENNELS, from Factory e, 1st s 
of Ga. R R, nr cemetery , ward 3. 

TERRY, from Ga. R R sw to Hun- 
ter, thence 8 to Clarke, ward 3. 

THIRD, from West Peachtree e bey 
limits, and w to Cherry, wards 4 and 5. 
THOMAS, from Fair s to Glenn, nr 
e limits, ward 3. 

THOMPSON, from C R R sw to 
Brotherton, thence 8 to Castleberry, 
ward 1 . 

South. 
1 cor Hunter 
" Mitchell 
81 " Nelson 
107 " Peters 
121 " Garnett 
151 " Brotherton 
181 " Castleberry 
THRASHER, from U S barracks w 
bey limits. 

THURMOND, from Luckie sw to 
Elliott, thence w to Davis, ward 5. 
TREBURSEY— [See Ta nail.] 
TRENHELM, from Walker w to 
Chapel, 1st s of Larkin, ward 1. 

TROUPE, from Grant, e to Borne, 
1st s of Glynn, ward 3. 

TUMLIN, from Wa.lace n bey lim- 
its. 

VALENTINE, from Wheat n to Hous- 
ton bet Butler and Fort, ward 4. 

VENABLE, from Simpson n to Mer- 
rill's av, bet Luckie and McAfee, ward 
5. 

VICTORIA, from W & A R R, w to 
Lambert, 4th n of Simpson, ward 5. 

VINE, from Simpson s to Fair, 4th w 
of Chattahoochee, wards 1 and 5. 

WALKER, from Nelson junc Man- 
gum, s to Peters, ward 1. 
20 cor Haynes 

" Stonewall, ns 
71 *' Fair 
83 " Larkin, ns 



" Peters junc 
WALLACE, from Marietta e to 
State 1st, n of limits 

WALNUT, from cor Tat nail and 
Mitchell s to Parsons, ward 1. 

WALTON, from Peachtree nw to 
Foundry junc Marietta, ward 6. 

WARRENS PL., from Collins, to 
Calhoun 1st n of Gilmer, ward 4. 

WASHINGTON, from Alabama sw to 
Fair, thence s to limits, 3d e of White- 
hall, ward 2. 

1 cor Alabama 
17 " Hunter 
39 " Mitchell 
60 " Peters 
99 " Fair 
125 " Jones 
171 " Rawson 
183 " Clarke 
227 " Fulton 
249 " Richardson 
284 " Crumley 
310 " Glenn 
WELLS, f«em McDaniel sw to Glenn, 
1st s Whitehall, ward 2. 

WERNER AV, from Jones s to Clarke, 
1st e of Martin, ward 3. 

WEST PEACHTREE, from Baker at 
junc Peachtree (formerly Oak), n bey 
limits, dividing wards 4 and 5. 
232 cor Simpson, ws 
240 " Powers, ws 
248 " Alexander, ws 

265 " Cedar, es 

266 " Mills, ws 

288 " Hunnicutt, ws 
315 " Pine 
375 " Cox 

" North Av 
" Kimball 
WHEAT, from Peachtree e to limits, 
1st n of Foster, wards 4 and 5. 
4 cor Pryor 
36 " Ivy 
81 " Collins 
115 " Calhoun 
181 " Butler 
187 " Valentine, ns 
229 " Fort 
238 " Hilliard 
288 " Jackson, ns 

" Rolling Mill, ns 
«' Howell, ns 
" Bradley, ns 
•' Randolph 
" Ella 
WHITEHALL, from -W & A R R se 
to limits, dividing wards 1 and 2. 
21 cor Alabama 



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63 


' Hunter 




25 cor Jones 


101 


' Mitchell 




49 " Rawson 


135 


' Peters 




" Clarke 


161 


' Garnett 




73 " Hood 


195 


' Brotherton 




101 " Fultoa 




' Formwalt, ss 




112 " Richardson 


225 


' F,.ir 




" Crumley 


' 


' Cooper, ss 




" Glenn 


242 


' Windsor, ss 




" Anderson, es 


' 


' Forsyth, ns 




" Sharpe, ws 


326 


' Hood, ss 




" Eeds, ws 


< 


' Smith, ss 




" Bass, es 


380 


' McDaniel 




" Stevens 


425 


' Humphries. 




" Berrell, 


WILLIAMS, from Cain n 


to North 




Av, 2d w of West Peachtree, 


ward 5. 


WOOD, from Fair nr Cemetery, s to 


WILLOW, from North Av 


s to Cox, 


Glenn, ward 3. 


ward 4. 








WINDSOR, from Whitehall junc 


YONQE, from Wheat s to Decatur, 


Forsyth s 


to limits, ward 2. 




2d e of Fort, ward 4. 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



FIRST WARD— Commencing at 
crossing of Whitehall and W. & A. R. 
I!., thence northwest on said railroad 
to Foundry street, west on Foundry to 
limits, thence south with limits to 
Whitehall, thence northeast on White- 
hall to place of beginning. 

SECOND WARL> — Commencing at 
crossing of Whitehall and W. & A. R. 
11., thence southwest on Whitehall to 
limits, southeast with limits to Mc- 
Donough, thence north on McDonouah 
to Butler, northeast on Butler to Geor- 
gia Railroad, and west with railroad to 
place of beginning. 

THIRD WARD — Commencing at 
junction of Georgia Railroad and But- 
ler, thence southwest on Butler to Mc- 
Donough, south on McDonough to lim- 



its, thence northeast with limits to 
Georgia Railroad, and west with rail- 
road to place of beginning. 

FOURTH WARD— Commencing at 
junction of Georgia Railroad and 1'ry- 
or, thence east with said railroad to 
limit?, northwest with limits to West 
Peachtree, thence south on West Peach- 
tree and Peachtree to Pryor, and south- 
west on Pryor to place of beginning. 

FIFTH WARD — Commencing at 
junction of Georgia Railroad and Pry- 
or, thence northeast on Pryor to Peach- 
tree, north on Peachtree and West 
Peachtree to limi\ts, thence southwest 
with limits to Foundry street, east on 
Foundry to W. & A. R. R., and south, 
east with said railroad to jilace of be- 
ginning. 



HALLS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



AUSTELL BUILDING — Decatur, 
northeast corner Pryor. 

CAPITOL BUILDING — Marietta, 
southwest corner Forsyth. 

CENTENNIAL BUILDING- White 
hall, southwest corner W. & A. 11. It. 

CENTRAL BLOCK — West side of 
Whitehall, between Alabama and Hun- 
ter. 

CITY HALL— East side Washing 
ton, between Hunter and Mitchell. 

CLARKE'S HALL— No. 27 Peach- 

CONCORDIA HALL— No. 40 Mari- 
etta. 



CONNALLY BUILDING— Whitehall, 
southwest corner Alabama. 

COURT HOUSE— East side Wash- 
ington, between Hunter anJ Mitchell, 

DEAN'S HALL— 324 Marietta. 

DeGIVE'S OPERA HOUSE— Mari- 
etta, northsast corner Forsyth. 

GATE CITY BLOCK— South side 
Marietta, west of Peachtree. 

GOOD TEMPLARS' HALL— White- 
ball, southwest corner Hunter. 
GRANITE BLOCK— West side Broad, 
near railroad. 

GRANT BUILDING Marietta, 

southeast corner Forsyth. 



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33 



HEALEY BUILDING -Marietta, 
northwest corner Peach tree. 

JAMES' BANK BLOCK— East side 
Whitehall, between Alabama and rail- 
road. 

JAMES' HALL— G Whitehall. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL— 
6t» Peach tree. 

LaFAYETTE BLOCK— South side 
Mitchell, near Broad. 

LOCHRANE'S HALL— Pryor, south- 
east corner Decatur. 

LOWE BUILDING— 39£ White- 
hall. 



MASONIC HALL— Marietta, south- 
east corner Broad. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL— Whitehall, 
southeast corner Alabama. 

OLD CONCORDIA HALL — South 
side Mitchell, opp. Broad. 

POST OFFICE— South side Mariet- 
ta, between Forsyth and Spring. 

POWELL BUILDING — Peachtree, 
northwest corner Grubb. 

REPUBLIC BLOCK— East side For- 
syth, between Decatur and Wall. 

STATE HOUSE— Marietta, south- 
west corner Forsyth. 





CONTRACTOR 



AND 

BUILDER . 

ALSO AGENT FOR 

Iron PICKET Pence 

■©^similar to cut. 

Office at Collier & Co. 'a Drug 
Store. 

Residence No. 14 North Calhoun 
Street. 

Shops near Gas Works. 



*Jasa@© €L Tbare wear 



T 



Contractor for 



UII MD^RUKIIILSLlSTniH 

"MASTTC &»■$? A 3LK SPECIALTY. 



MASTIC 

Will contract for, or superintend work in any part of the States of 
Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. 

Dealer in all Kinds of Plasterers' Materials, 

Such as Lime, Cement, Plaster, and Ornamental Castings. 
Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 
The best of workmen will be sent to city residences to do Kalsomining. No 
necessity to remove carpets for this work. 
P. O. BOX 103. 

3 



34 Atlanta City Directory. 

GEORGE J. JOHNSTON, 

c/Vm c/af/ei ant/ ^ij/tdu/M 

H@e %S Marietta St«, Atlanta? Ga. 

Also Montgomery, Ala., and towns intermediate. Only man in the business 
in the cities mentioned, and one certainly deserving of custom. 

J^B" r To d.o Work Well, Gains Patronage. 

♦nil i ^iwAiiiAw 4 viv i « a wo i wfrfo 

18 Porter's Alley, bet. Line and Pryor. 

f(kde Soi^e flktir^ k $pediklty 

HORSE SHOEING NEATLY DONE. All work in my line performed 
promptly and satisfactorily. 

NASHVTLLK 

ChattanoogaiSt.Louis 

RAILWAY. 

Extends from Chattanooga, East Tennessee, to Nashville, thence to Johnson- 
ville. and through Western Tennessee and Kentucky to the Mississippi River 
at Hickman, with contract privileges to Cairo, Columbus, St. Louis and Mem- 
phis, thus forming the 

Great Through Car LJae ! 

between the South and Southeast, and North and Northwest, and between 
the Southeast and Southwest. 

TUDHMPU SLEEPING CARS are run from Atlanta to 
I nl\ ^/ W V4 I! Nashville, and from Nashville to Memphis and 
St. Louis over this great central thoroughfare on atl night trains. 

ALBERT B. WRENN, W. L. DANLEY, G. P. A., 

Traveling Agent, Atlanta, (in. Nashville, Term. 



APPENDIX. 



SIHIO LIES' 

ATLANTA DIRECTORY. 

1878. 



City, County, State and United States Record. 

y^ ^V ELECTION 

East Side / \ For Mayor 

Held Biennially, 

Washington Street, 

on the 

Second Wednesday 
Hunter & Mitchell. N^ S in December. 



between 




THE GENERAL COUNCIL 

Is composed of Boards of Aldermen and Common Council. Of the form- 
er, one member is elected annually for three years, and of the latter, one 
member is elected from each ward annually for two years. Election held on 
the second Wednesday in December each year. Regular meetings first and 
third Monday in each month. 



MAYORS OF ATLANTA. 
From 1848 to 1878. 

1. M. W. Form wait, installed Janu- 
ary, 1848. 

2. B. F. Bomar, installed January, 
1849. 



3. Wyllys Buell, installed January, 
1850. 

4 J. Norcross, installed January, 
1851. 

5. T. F. Gibbs, installed January, 
1852. 

6. J. F. Mims, installed January, 
1853. Resigned October, 1853. 



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William Markham. installed Novem- 
ber, 1853. 

7. W. M. Butt, installed January, 
1854. 

8. Allison Nelson, installed Janu 
ary, 1855. Resigned July, 1855. 

John Glen, installed July, 1855. 

9. William Ezzard, installed Janu- 
ary, 1856. 

10. William Ezzard, installed Janu- 
ary, 1857. 

11. L. J. Glenn, installed January, 
1858. 

12. L. J. Glenn, installed January, 
1859. 

IS. William Ezzard, installed Janu- 
ary, 1860. 

14. J. I. Whitaker, installed Janu- 
ary, 1861. Resigned November, 1861. 

T. F. Lowe, installed December, 
1861. 

15. J. M. Calhoun, installed Janu- 
ary, 1862. 

16. J. M. Calhoun, installed Janu- 
ary, 1863. 

17. J. M. Calhoun, installed Janu- 
ary, 1864. 

18. J. M. Calhoun, installed Janu- 
ary, 1865. 

19. J. E. Williams, installed Janu- 
ary, 1866. 

20. J. E. Williams, installed Janu- 
ary, 1867. 

21. J. E. Williams, held over dur- 
ing 1868. 

22. W. H. Hulsey, installed Janu- 
ary, 1869. 

23. William Ezzard, installed Janu- 
ary, 1870. 

24. D. F. Hammond, installed Janu- 
ary, 1871. 

25. J. H. James, installed January, 
1872. 

26. C. C. Hammock, installed Janu- 
ary, 1873. 

27. S. B. Spencer, installed Janu- 
ary, 1874. 

28. C. C. Hammock, installed Janu- 
ary, 1875. 

29. C. C. Hammock, installed Janu- 
ary, 1876. 

30. N. L. Angier, installed January, 
1877. 



CITY OF ATLANTA. 

MAYOR— Nedom L. Angier. Office, 
40 South Broad. Salary, $1,000. 



BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

R. C. Mitchell ; term 3 years. 
M. T. Castleberry ; term 2 year?. 
0. H. Jones; term 1 year. 

BOARD OF COMMON 
COUNCIL. 

FIRST WARD— J. M. Boring, two 
years ; M. E. Maher, one year. 

SECOND WARD— Ed. A. Werner, 
two years ; G. J. Dallas, one year. 

THIRD WARD— W. E. Hanye, two 
years : J. M. Buice, one year. 

FOURTH WARD— J. H. Flynn, two 
yenrs ; C K Maddox, one year. 

FIFTH WARD— B. B. Cew, two 
years ; J. W. English, one year. 

(Salaries of Aldermen and Council- 
men $200 per annum). 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF 

1878. 

Finance. — J. W.English, chairman; 
Ed. A. Werner, B. B. Crew, C. K. 
Maddox, J. H. Flyn«, G. T. Dallas. 

Relief. — J. M. Boring, chairman ; 
Ed. A. Werner, J. M. Buice, C. K. 
Maddox, B. B. Crew. 

Police. — Ed. A. Werner, chairman ; 
J. M. Buice, M. E. Maher. 

Fibe Department. — B. B. Crew, 
chairman ; M. E. Maher, W. E. Hanye. 

Market. — J. M. Buice, chairman; 
M. E. Maher, W. E. Hanye. 

Salabies. — G. J. Dallas, chairman ; 
M. E. Maher, J. H. Flynn, W. E. 
Hanye, J. W. English. 

Public Schools. — C. K. Maddox, 
chairman ; G. J. Dallas, J. H. Flynn. 

Ordinances. — C. K. Maddox, chair- 
man ; B. B. Crew, J. W. English. 

Sewers and Drains. — J. H. Flynn, 
chairman ; J. M. Boring, J. M. Buice 

Tax. — G» J. Dallas, chairman ; J. 
H. Flynn, Ed. A. Werner. 

Public Buildings and Grounds. — 
Ed. A. Werner, chairman; J. H. Flynn, 
G. J. Dallas. 

Printing. — Ed. A. Werner, chair- 
man ; B. B. Crew, J. W. English. 

Wells, Pimps and Cisterns. — J. M. 
Buice, chairman ; G. J. Dallas, W. E. 
Hanye. 

Streets and Bridges. — M. E. Mah- 
er, chairman ; C. K. Maddox, Ed. A. 
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Cemetery.— W. E. Hanye. chair- 
man; J. M. Boring, J M Buice. 

Lamts and Gas.— J. H. Flynn. chair 
man ; J. M. Buice, J. M. Boring. 

Water Works —R C. Mitchell, 
chairman ; C. K, Maddox, J. H. Flynn- 

CITY OFFICERS, ETC. 

AUDITOR— John Milledge. Office. 
12 E. Alabama. Bond. $1,000. Sal- 
ary, SI, 000 (also ex officio Recorder.) 

CLERK— Frank T. Ryan. Office, 
City Hall. Bond, $30,000. Salary, 
fees. Samuel Fulton and J. Edgar 
Thompson, deputies 

ASSESSORS— John T. Hall, Samuel 
D. Haslett and R. J. Griffin. Salaries, 
$300. 

PERSONAL PROPERTY ASSES- 
SORS— J. J. Meador, . homas H. Wil- 
liams, John Thomas. Salaries, $300. 

COLLECTOR AND RECEIVER— 
J. O. Harris. Bond, $25,000. Sal 
ary, $1,000. 

MARSHAL— R. 0. Douglass. Bond, 
$25,000. Salary, $500 and perqui- 
sites. W. H. Holcombe, deputy. 

TREASURER— John H. Goldsmith 
Bond, $40,000. Salary, $1,000. 

BUILDING INSPECTORS — Calvin 
Fay and E. T. Hunnicutt. Salaries, 
$50 per annum. 

CITY PRINTER— By contract. 

ENGINEER— H. T. McDaniel. Of 
fice, 47 S. Pryor. Salary, $1,200. 

CITY ATTORNEY— Wm. T. New 
man. Office, 35 S. Broad. Salary, 
$1,200. 

RECORDER- [See Auditor.] 

CEMETERY GUARD— JR. Thomp 
son. Salary, $450 per annum. 

CITY SEXTON — L. G. Holland. 
Bond, $1,000. Salary, $900. 

KEEPER C1TV HALL— J. W. Rob 
erts. Salary, $500. 

KEEPER MAGAZINE— J. C. Thur- 
man. Bond, $1,000. Salary. $606. 

OVERSEER CHAIN GANG-W. H 
Redding. Salary, $2.25 per day. 

BOARD OF HEALTH, 

(And City Physicians.) 
A. J. Pinson, M.D., chairman and 

Physician First Ward. Salary, $440. 
J. 0. Perkins, M.D. , and Physician 

Second Ward. Salary, $320. 



W. T. Grant, M.D., and Physician 
Third Ward. Salary. $360. 

C W. Nulling, M.D. , and Physician 
Fourth Ward. Salary, $440. 

L. V. Sims. Ml), and Physician 
Fifth Ward. Salary, $440. 

BOARD POLICE COM- 
MISSIONERS. 

Elected by Council : one for thrpe 
year9, two for two years, and two for 
one year. Salaries of each, $200 per 
annum, with $50 extra allowed the 
secretary for clerical labor. 

G. T. Dodd, president ; W. T. Gold- 
smith, secretary ; E. Y. Clarke, W. G. 
Gramling and M. Mahoney. 

The police force, consisting of 43 
men, including the chief, is under con- 
trol of the Board of Commissioners, 
with general headquarters at No. 47 
S. Pryor and is maintained at an an- 
Dual expense to the city of about $30,- 
000. Election by the Board held 
biennially, April 1st. The city is di- 
vided into two police divisions. None 
of the officers or men receive any per- 
quisites, costs or extras whatever, ex- 
cept where rewards have been offered 
for tha arrest of criminals. 

CHIEF POLICE— L. P. Thomas, Jr. 
Salary, $1,500. 

CAPTAINS— G. T. Aucierson, A. B. 
Connally, William Flynn and M. M. 
White. Salaries, $900. 

STATION KEEPERS- D. A. Cook 
and John R. Mehaffey. Salaries, $2.25 
per day.' 

PATROLMEN— N. G. Aldridgc, A. 
A. Brooks, C. K. Buzbee, J S. Chaf- 
fin, H. T. Clarke, A. W. Fickett, W. 
E. Fiute, R, H. Goodson, R. 0. Haynes. 
Willis Jarrell, W. L. Jones, J. M. John- 
son, W. A. Kins. J. W. McCrary, 
James McGee, W. P. Manly, Fritz 
Menken, P. II. Owens, T. S. Penn, C. 
S. Pines, T. J. Sau sbury, G. W. Spier, 
W. A. Siarne«, T. J. Thompson, T. E 
Veal, Nathan West. Salaries, $2 per 
day. 

SUPERNUMERARIES— J. W. Ca- 
son, T. W. Birnes, A. Goodson, J. M. 
Johnson. J. J. Lyon, A. J. Moss, J. R. 
Parish, G. W. Pool, J. E. Rapp, J. D 
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BOARD WATER COM- 
MISSIONERS. 

FIRST WARD— G. W. Adair. 

SECOND WARD— E. E. Rawson. 

THIRD WARD— L. P. Grant. 

FOURTH WARD— G. W. Parrott. 

FIFTH WARD— C. H. Strong. 

E. E. Rawson, president; C. H. 
Strong, vice president; J. H. Gold- 
smith, treasurer ; W. G. Richards, 
superintendent ; W. G. Middleton, 
chief engineer, G. W. Terry and W. 
Haffey, assistants. 

CITY OF WEST END. 

MAYOR— F. S. Stewart. 

CLERK AND MARSHAL— Lewis 
Cook. 

CITY ATTORNEY— A. B. Culberson. 
'COUNCILMEN— A. J. Lasseler, J. 
W. Rollo, B. Adair, A. B. Matthews 
and R. H. Caldwell. 

Population, 500. 

CONSULS AND VICE 
CONSULS. 

L. DeGive, vice Consul for Belgium, 
■ '>", Marietta. 

EDUCATIONAL. 

Board of Education. 

Office High School Building. 

OFFICERS 

Hon. Joseph E. Brown, president. 
David Mayer, vice president. 
E. E. Rawson, treasurer. 
B. Mallon, secretary and superin- 
tendent. 



N. L. Angier, mayor ex-otticio, Al 
fred Austell, D. A. Beatie, Joseph E. 
Brown, N. J. Hammnnd. S. B. Hoyt, 
James Jackson, Robert J. Lowry. 
David Mayer, Thomas S. Powell, E. E 
Rawson, E. J. Roach, R. D. Spalding. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Buildings, etc. — Beatie, Hoyt, 
Spalding. 

Examination, etc. — Beatie, Ham- 
mond, Powell, Angier. Jackson. 

Finance — Lowry, Austell, Hoyt, 
Angier. 



Grievances — Rawson, Beatie, Spal-i 
ding. 

Library — Austell, Powell, Jacks3n. 
Printing — Rawspn, Lowry, An~ 
gier. 

Rules — Rawson, Hoyt, Jackson. 

Salaries, etc — Mayer, Hoyt, Roach. 

Sanitary Affairs — Roach, Powell, 
Spalding. 

School Property — Powell, Lowry, 
Austell. 

SCHOOLS. 

ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL — 49 
Washington cor Mitchell. 

Boys Department — W. F. Slaton, 
principal. Salary, $1,800; W.A.Bass. 
Salary, $1,500. 

Girls Department — MissL. A. Hay- 
wood, No. 1. Salrry, $1,000. Miss 
A. E. Bo wen, No. 2, $000. Miss T. 
H. Ellis, No. 3. $800. Miss M. Ruth- 
erford, No. 4. $800. Miss D. B. Fay, 
assistant, $475. 

CREW STREET SCHOOL — 119 
Crew. John Isham, principal. Salary 
$1,500. Miss E. A. Heath, No. 2, 
$575; Miss M. F. Andrews, No. 3, 
$560; Miss M. L. Wood, No. 4, $525; 
Miss A. Callaway, No. 5, $500; Miss L. 
C. Hillyer. No. 6. $475; Miss M. W. 
Goulding, No. 7, $450; Misa J. L. 
Lanneau, No, 8, $425. 

HAYNES STREET SCHOOL — 98 
Haynes. Mrs. M. A. Mercer, princi- 
pal. Salary $500. Miss B. P. Sharp, 
No. 2, $500; Mrs. A. C. Kiddoo, No. 3, 
$400; Mrs. V. E. Taylor, No. 4. $400. 

IVY STREET SCHOOL— 173 Ivy. 
E. G. Moore, principal. Salary $1500; 
Miss H. S. Young, No. 2, $575; Miss 
E. W. Srailie, No. 3, $550; Miss S 
Burks, No. 4, $525; Mrs. C. P. Sams, 
No. 5, $500. Miss S. McKinley, No. 
6, $475. Miss F. M. Shnatz, No. 7, 
$450. Miss Fannie Hilyer, No. 8, 
$-125. 

MARIETTA STREET SCHOOI 

1>71 Marietta. H. C. Mitchell, princi- 
pal. Salary, $1,500. Miss L. A. Field, 
No. 2, $575. Mrs. S. V. Prather, No. 
3, $550. Miss N. E. Sallas, No. 4, 
$625. Mrs. H. L. Harvey, No. 5, 
$500. Miss 0. E. Garlington, No. 6, 
$475. Miss Abbie Callaway, No. 7, 
$450. Miss Julia A. Dodson, No. 8, 
$425. 

STORR'S SCHOOL — 96 Houston. 
Miss A. Williams, principal. Salary, 



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Miss E S. Robineon, No. 2, 
< ~>'2~<. Miss M. E. Stevenson, No. '■'■. 
$600. Miss Fanny Andrews, No. 1, 

F. Norris (c). No. 6, | 
Jolia A. Turner (c), No. 6. - 

BUMMER HILL SCHOOL — 160 
Martin. Miss \. P. Clark, principal. 
(Salary, 5500 Mrs. E. N. Lnnzan. 
No. 2, $400. Mi-- N. An ten, No. 3, 
$400. Miss M. J. Welch, No. 4, 

MOO. 

WALKER STREET SCHOOL— Wal- 
ker cor Haynes. W. B. Bonnell, prin- 
cipal. Salary, $1,500. Mrs. R. J. 
McKeon, No. 2, $575, Mrs. V. A. 
Witcher, N 50. Miss B. H. 

Hanna, No. -1, $525. Miss M. Fraser. 
No. 5, $500. Miss A. F. Ramey. No. 
6, $475, Miss B. Love, No. 7, 
Miss K B. Massey, No. 8, $425. Miss 
L. W. Clark, No. 9, $425. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Conducted upon the volunteer plan. 
This department has three steam en- 
gines, two hose-reel companies and one 
hook and ladder truck, employing four- 
teen horses and using about 4, '.K)0 feet 
of hose. The city appropriates annu- 
ally the sum of $8,400 to pay expenses, 
each company owning its own appara- 
tus and house. 

CHIEF AND STAFF. 

W. 11. Joyner, chief engineer. 

E A. Baldwin. 1st assistant. 

L. S. Morris, 2d assistant. 

N. C. Cannon, 3d assistant. 

STEAMER ATLANTA No. 1 — 25 
South Broad. Organized April 4th. 
1861. 

J. H. Mecaslin, president. Jerry 
Lynch, foreman. 

STEAMER MECHANIC No. 2-4 
Washington. Organized December 10. 
is:,.;. 

H. Karwisch, president. John Toy, 
foreman. 
STEAMER TALLULAH, No. 3— 14 

North Broad. Organized February 22d. 
1859. 

W. R. Biggers, president. Andrew 
Boos, foreman. 

HOSE CO R E. LEE, No. 4— North 
-Me F;iir. Del Peters and Walker. Or 
ganized April 2d, 1^70. 

E. H.Chambers, president. E A. 
Smith, foreman. 



HOSE CO. GATE (MTV, No. 5— 
Foundry, corner Marietta. Organized 
October, 1871. 

John Lee, president. B. C.J. Med - 
lin, foreman. 

HOOK AND LADDER, No. 1 — No. 
28 8. Broad. Organized November 
28th, 1859. 

J. W. Thomas, foreman ; F. B. 
Wadsworth, 1st assistant ; Zachary 
Taylor, 2d assistant. 

ACADEMIES AND 
SCHOOLS. 

[For Public Schools, see Education- 
al, and for Private Schools see the 
Business Directory,] 

ATLANTA UNIVERSITY — Termi- 
nus of West Mitchell. Chartered Oc- 
tober, 1807. Open to both sexes, and 
attended by colored people. Besides 
small tuition fees and donations, the 
State of Georgia appropriates $8,000 
annually to this institution. ElmunJ 
A. Ware, A. M.. president. Rev. 

j Cyrus W. Francis, secretary ; Thomas 
N. Chase, treasurer. 

Trustees — Rev. S. S. Ashley, Allan- 

I ta ; James Atkins, Savannah; A. E. 

' Buck, Atlanta; Thomas N. Chase, At- 
lanta; Rev. E. M. Cravath, Nashville, 

j Tenn.: Rev. Cyrus W. Francis, Atlanta: 
J. B. Fuller, Atlanta ; Charles H. Mor- 
gan, Atlanta; Rev. M. E. Strieby, 
New York ; Edmund A. Ware, Atlan- 
ta ; Rev. William J. White, Augusta, 
and Rev. Joseph Wood, Atlanta. 

Edmund A. Ware, prof, of History ; 
Thomas N. Chase, prof, of Greek ; 
Rev. Cyrus W. Francis, prof, of Ethics, 
etc; Rev. Horace Bums ead, instruc- 
tor in Natural Science; J. F. Fuller, 
Frank W. Smith, Miss E. C. Ware. 
Mrs. Lucy E Case, Mrs. Mary Chase, 
Mary A. Chapin. A. B. Clark, Carrie 
H. Loomis and Susie A. Coolev, 
teacheis. Mary L. Santley, matron. 

CLARK L'NIVERSITV— :iT7 White- 
hall. (Chartered 1877. j R. E. Bisbee, 
president. W. H. Crogman, secretary. 
Rev. George Standing, treasurer. 

Tristf.es — Bishop Gilbert Haven, 
R.v. R. S. Rust, Mrs. Mary J Clark, 
Eliphalet Remington, J. H. Chadwick, 
W. C. DuPauw, II. K. List, Mrs. Eliza 
Christman, Rev. R. T. Kent, Rev. C. 
0. Fisher, J. C. Kimball, J. Sherman, 
T. G. Eiswald, W. H. Crogman, Rev. 



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J. Mitchell, Rev. H. It. Parmenter, 
Rev. George Standing, J. V. Martin, 
Rev. 8. C. Upshaw and Kev. E. Q 
Fuller. 

BANKS. 

ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK— 15 
E. Alabama. Organized. I860. Capi- 
tal, $150,000. A. Austell, president ; 
\V. II. Tuller, cashier ; P. Uomare, as- 
. sis tan t cashier. Directois: A. Aus 
tell, VV. B. Cox. W. J. Garrett, E. W. 
Holland, S U. tnman, 11. H. Rich- 
ards, J. W. Rucker. 

ATLANTA SAVINGS BANK OF 
GEORGIA — Pryor northwest corner 
Wall. Paid capital $105,800. S. B. 
Hoyt, president ; L.J. Hill, cashier. 
Directors : A. Austell, Charles Beer- 
mann, S. B Hoyt, A. Murphy, John 
Neal, Sr . W. P. Orme, R. H. Rich- 
ards. 

BANK OF THE STATE OF GEOR- 
GIA — 1 Marietta, cor Peachtree. Au- 
thorized capital, $5,000,000, cash capi> 
tal $159,000. F. M. Coker. president; 
VV. L. Peel, cashier. Directors: M 
R. Berry, F. M. Coker, T. G. Healy, 
R. F. Maddox. E. VV. Marsh, VV. A. 
Rawson, J. C. McMillan. 

OITIZF.NS' BANK OF GEORGIA— 
10 Wall. Paid up capital, $180,000 
Perino Brown, president; W. H. Pat- 
terson, f'-liier. D rec'ors : VV. C. 
Morrill, \V. Goodnuw, Ju/iu Stephens, 
L. C. Jones, VV. H. Patterson, Perino 
Brown, B. B. Crew. [See page 86.] 

CITY BANK OF ATLANTA— » E 
Alabama. Capital, $50,000. E. L. 
Jones, president : W. L. Scruggs, 
cashier. Directors : E. L. Jones, VV. 
L. Scruggs, A. E. Buck, William Good- 
now, J. Goodnow (Hartford, Conn), T. 
Schumann and J. C. Haselton. 

GEORGIA BANKING AND TRUST 
COMPANY— 12 Wall. Authorised 
capital, $500,000. Paid in $125,000. 
Stockholders individually liable. V. 
R. Tommey. president; J. M. Patton, 
cashier. Directors : V. It. Tommey, 
J, M. Patton, VV. P. Pat til lo, W. S. 
Thomson, G. E. Smith, J. N. Dunn, 
W. L. Goldsmith. 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF ATLAN- 
TA— 12 and 14 E. Alabama. Paid up 
$200,000. New Y'ork correspondents, 
Hanover National Bank and National 
Park Bank. Campbell Wallace, presi- 



dent ; William A. Moore, vice presi- 
dent; C. VV. Henderson, -ashier; W. 
W. Clayton, assistant cashier. Direc- 
tors: Campbell Wallace, C. J. Brown, 
Ben E. Crane, W. A. Moore, J. H. Por- 
ter. J. M. Veach. Adairsville ; John 
White. Athens; George Wiuship and 
James R. Wylie. [See page 86. ) 

BIBLE SOCIETIES. 

ATLANTA BIBLE SOCIETY — Of- 
fice 2 and 4 S. Pryor. Governor A. 
H. Colquitt, president; S. D. McCon- 
nell, secretary ; J. S. Stewart, treas- 
urer. 

BOARD OF TRADE. 

ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COM- 
MERCE— Meets daily at 11 a. m., 44 
E. Alabama. Ben E. Crane, president; 
J. J. Toon, secretary. Directors : A. 
C. Wyly, B. E. Crane, W. J. Garrett, 
John Stephens, J. N. Dunn and H. A. 
Fuller. 

BOARD OF UNDER- 
WRITERS. 

ATLANTA BOARD OF UNDER- 
WRITERS— Office, room 2 Centennial 
Building, Whitehall, southwest corner 
Railroad. J. G. King, president. J. 
A. Whitner, secretary. 

Agents representing foreign compa- 
nies : VI. C. Blancharl. VV. VV. Has- 
k< 11, J. Hurt, J G. King, W. P. Pat- 
lillo, Romare, Perdue & Egleston, 
Walker, Boyd & Godfrey, and J. C. 
Whitner & Son. 

(No home companies represented. ) 

Regular meetings second Tuesday of 
each month. The annual meeting of 
the Board is held on second Tuesday 
in November, at which time officers are 
elected for the ensuing year. 

CEMETERIES. 

OAKLAND CEMETERY/ — Eastern 
terminus of Hunter street ; entrance 
aloo on Fair. L. G. Holland, sexton; 
J. R. Thompson, guard. Hired by the 
day. Both appointed and paid by 
City Counctl. 

CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

BELLWOOD CHURCH— South side 
Mayson's Ferry road, Bell wood. Rev. 
J. Z. Bush, pastor ; Residence 346 
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CENTRAL CHURCH — Junction 
Whitehall and Peters. Services, 10:30 
a. m. ivml 7:30 p. M. Prayer meeting 
every Wednesday, 7:30 r. m. Sunday 
school 9 a. u. 

FIFTH CHURCH— Fillmore north- 
east corner Bell. Services 10:30 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday-school 3 p. m. 
Rev. V. C. Norcross, pastor ; Resi- 
dence ws Lee, a of Chapel, West End. 

FIRST CHURCH — Walton north- 
west cor Forsyth. Services 10:30 A. m. 
and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every 
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 
9 a.m. Young mens' prayer meeting 
Monday 7:30 p.m. Rev. D. W. Gwin, 
D.D., pastor ; Residence 104 Ivy. 

SECOND CHURCH — Washington, 
northwest corner Mitchell. Services 
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.* Prayer 
meeting every Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 
Sunday-school 9 a. m. Young mens' 
prayer meeting Monday 7:15 p. m. 
Rev. A. T. Spalding, D.D., pastor; 
Residence, 207 McDonough. 

SIXTH CHURCH— North side Hun- 
ter between Haynes and Davis. Lay 
services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

THIRD CHURCH— 31 Jones Av- 
enue. Services 10.30 A. m. and 7.30 
p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes- 
day 7.30 p. m. Sunday School 9 a. m. 
Rev. W. J. Speairs, pistor; Resi- 
dence, 35 W. Simpson. 

Colored. 

FRIENDSHIP CHURCH— Mitchell, 
southwest cor Haynes. Services 11 a. 
m. 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday-school 
9 a.m. Prayer meeting Tuesday 7 p.m. 
Rev. Frank Quarles, pastor ; Resi- 
dence, ws Haynes, s of Markham. 

MACEDONIA CHURCH — State, 
northeast corner Wallace. Services 
11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday- 
school 9 a.m. Rev. J. M. Jones, pas- 
tor. 

MOUNT PLEASANT CHURCH— 63 
Fort. Services 3 p.m. and 7. 30 p.m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.30 p.m. 
Sunday-school 9 a.m. Rev. W. H. 
Tilman, pastor; Residence, 68 Howell. 

MOUNT ZION CHURCH — South 
side Baker, east of Calhoun. Services 
11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 9 a.m. 
Rev. Owen George, pastor ; Residence, 
115 E. Baker. 
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PLEASANT GROVE CHURCH — 
Bast side Reed, south of Crumley, 
near limits. Services 8 p.m. and 7.::o 
p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.:!<> 
p.m. Sunday-school 9 a. m. Rev. 
Charles O. Jones, pastor; Residence, 
118 E. Cain. 

SPRINGFIELD CHURCH — East 
side Fort, north of Taylor. Services 
11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7. 30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday 7.30 p.m. Sunday- 
school 9 a.m. Rev. James Baker, 
pastor. 

ZION HILL CHURCH— Humphries, 
northwest cor Glenn. Services 3 p.m. 
and 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday 7:30p.m. Sunday-school 9 a.m. 
Rev. Robert Grant, pastor ; Resi- 
dence, 43 Richmond. 

CHRISTIAN. 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH— North side 
Hunter, between Pryor and Loyd. 
Services 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.30 p.m 
Sunday-school 9 a.m. Rev. A. G. 
Thomas, pastor; Residence, Ac worth, 
Ga. 

CONGREGATIONAL (Colored.) 
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL 
CHURCH — Collins, northeast corner 
Houston. Services 3 p.m. and 7:30 p. 
m. Sunday-school 9 a.m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Rev. 
S. S. Ashley, pastor ; Residence 104 
Houston. 

EPISCOPAL. 
CHAPEL OF THE HOLY INNO- 
CENTS — Juniper, near North avenue. 
Services 10 a.m. Sunday-school 3 p. 
m. Rev. R. C. Foute, rector ; Resi- 
dence north side Hunter, between 
Washington and Calhoun. 

MISSION OF THE REDEEMER— 
Walker, northwest corner Fair. Serv- 
ices 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

ST. LUKE'S CHURCH — Walton, 
corner Spring. Services 10:30 a.m. 
and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 3 p.m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday and Fri- 
day 4 p.m. Rev. George Macauley, 
rector ; Residence, 170 Marietta. 

ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH — Wash- 
ington, northeast corner Hunter. 
Services 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Litany 
9 a.m. Wednesday. Evening prayer 
Friday 5 p.m. Sunday->schooi 3:30 P. 
m. Rev. R. C. Foute, rector ; Resi- 
dence north side Hunter between 
Washington and Calhoun. 



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ISRAEL, 

K'HILO KODESH G'EMILAS 
CHESED — Synagogue, Forsyth, south- 
east corner Garnett. Services Friday 
7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. L. Cohen, 
president ; M. Wellhouse, vice presi- 
dent ; Joseph Hirsch, secretary; M. 
Franklin, treasurer; Rev. E. B. M. 
Browne, rabbi ; Residence, 46 E. 
Hunter. 

LUTHERAN. 

GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH— 
June. Wnitehall and Forsyth Services 
10:30 a.m. Sunday-school 3 p. M. 
Preaching in the German language. 
Rev. Gustavus Schramm, pastor; Resi- 
dence 60 McDonough. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

(North.) 
MARIETTA ST. M. E. CHURCH— 
95 Marietta. Services 3:30 p.m. every 
Sunday (until October 1, 1878, then 
morning and evening 11 a.m. and 7:30 
p.m.) Sunday-Fchooi 2:30 p.m. Rev. 
John A. Thurman, pastor; Residence, 
95 Marietta. 

(Sooth.) 

Rev. W. F. Cook, presiding elder 
Atlanta district, Residence, 411 Peach- 
tree. 

EDGEWOOD CHURCH — Georgia 
Railroad bey limits. Services 11a.m. 
and 7:15 p.m. Sunday school 9:30 a. 
m. Rev W. R. Branham, pastor ; 
Residence, Decatur road. 
EVANS CHAPEL— Chapel, southeast 
corner Stonewall. Services 11 a.m. 
and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednes* 
day 7:15 p.m. Young mens' prayer 
meeting Monday 7:1-5 p.m. Class meet- 
ing Friday 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 
3:30 p.m. Rev. Georgia E. Gardner, 
pastor; Residence, 78 Chapel. 

FIRST CHURCH— Peachtree, junc- 
tion of Pryor. Services 11 a.m. and 
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 
7:30 p.m. Class meeting Sunday 9 a m. 
Sunday-school 3 p.m. Rev. H. H 
Parks, pastor; Residence, 33 Luckie. 

PAYNE'S CHAPEL— Hunnicutt, 
northwest corner Luckie. Services 11 
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday 7:30 p.m. Class meeting Sun- 
day 9 a.m. Sunday-school 3 p.m. Rov. 
W. F. Quillian, pastor; Residence 282 
Luckie. 



PIERCE CHAPEL- Soui h side Raw- 
son, between Smith and Hood. Sun" 
day school 3 p.m E. B. Chamberlin, 
superintendent. 

SIXTH CHURCH— North side Mer- 
ritt's avenue, between Peachtree and 
Collins. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. 
m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 
p.m. Sunday-school 9 a.m. Rev. W. 
A. Candler, pastor ; Residence, 61 N. 
Pryor. 

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH— North side 
Hunter, between Bell and Moore. 
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Cass 
meeting Sunday 9:30 a.m. Young 
mens' prayer meeting Friday 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday-school 3:30 p.m. W. R. Bran- 
ham, Jr.,. pastor; Residence, 355 East 
Fair. 

TRINITY CHURCH Whitehall, 

southwest corner Peters. Services 
10:30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Prayer meet- 
ing Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Class meet- 
ing Monday 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 
9:15a.m. Rev. J. E. Evans, pastor; 
Residence, 239 Whitehall. 

COLORED. 

BETHEL AFRICAN METHODIST 
CHURCH— North side Wheat east of 
N. Calhoun. Services 11a.m., 3 p.m. 
and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 9 a.m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. 
Rev. R. A. Hall, pastor; Residence, 
147 Wheat. 

LOYD STREET CHURCH — Loyd, 
northwest cor. Hunter. Services 11a. 
m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 9 
a.m. Rev. George Standing, pastor; 
Residence. 1G1 Thompson. 

ST. PAULS AFRICAN CHURCH— 
Eat side Humphries, between High- 
tower and Wells. Services 11 a.m. 
and 7:30 p m Prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday 7.30 p.m. Class meeting Fri- 
day 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school 9 a.m. 
Rev. — Hampton, pastor. 

SHILOH CHURCH — Thurmond, 
northeast corner Haynes. Services 
10:30a.m., 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting Monday 4 p m. Sunday-school 
9 a m. Rev. I. S. Hamilton, pastor ; 
Residence, 60 W. & A. R. R. 

UNION CHURCH South side 

Markham, between Davis and Tatnall. 
Services 11 a m., 3 p.m. anu 7:30 p.m. 



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Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 
Class meeting Friday 7:30 P.M. Shu 
day-school a.m. Rev. Seaborn Up- 
shaw, pastor. 

WOODS CHAPEL— West side Mar- 
tini between Richardson and Fulton. 
Services 11 a.m., 8 p.m. and 7:20p.m. 
Class meeting Thursday 8 p.m. Sun*, 
day-school 9 a.m. Rev. Elder Low, 
pastor; Residence, 15 Reed. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

CENTRAL CHURCH — West side 
Washington, between Hunter and 
Mitchell. Services 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 
P.M. Prayer meeting and lecture Wed 
nesday 7:30p.m. Sunday-school 9 a.m. 
Rev. J. T. Leftwich, D.D., pastor; 
Residence, 51 Washington. 

FIRST CHURCH — 95 Marietta. 
Services 11am. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday 7:30 p M. Sunday- 
school 9 a.m. Rev. J. H. Martin, pas- 
tor; Residence, 52 W. Harris. 

HUNTER STREET CHURCH— South 
side Hunter, near Moore. Services 11 
a.m. and i p.m. Prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday 8:30 P.M. Sunday-school 9 a.m. 
Rev. W. A. Dabney, pastor; Residence, 
252 E. Hunter. 

THIRD CHURCH— South side Ba- 
ker between Luckie and Marietta. 
Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday-school 9 a.m. Rev. Marion 
Britt, paster. 

COLORED 

MARKHAM ST. CHURCH— Mark- 
ham, northeast corner Maple. Serv- 
ices 10:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Sunday- 
school 2 p.m. Rev. G. S. Thompson, 
pastar. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE 
CONCEPTION— Loyd, southeast cor. 
Hunter. Services.: Daily mass 6:30 
a.m. and on Sunday 7 and 10:30 a.m. 
Vespers 5 p.m. Sunday-school 8:45 a. 
m. Rev. F. J. Rebmann, pastor; 
Residence, 67 E. Hunter. Rev. Wil- 
liam Quinlan, assistant. 

CATHOLIC INSTITITIONS. 

CONVENT OF THE IMMACULATE 
CONCEPTION— East side Loyd, be- 
tween Hunter and Mitchell. Conduc- 
ted by the Sisters of Mercy. Mother 
Veronica, superior. 



CLUBS AND SOCIETIES 

ATLANTA TURN VEREIN— Meets 
first Sunday every month in James 
Hall, 6 Whitehall. F. Stieglitz, presi- 
dent ; H. Herter, vice president; B. 
Brausse, secretary ; H. Kuhrt, treas- 
urer ; G. Rushmann, first turnwart; 
P. Kuuschenberg, second turnwart ; A. 
Domini, collector; John H. Jentzen, 
George Stebeler and W. Klaitz, trus- 
tees. 

GEORGIA STATE AGRICULTURAL 
SOCIETY— Office State House. Fair 
(! rounds, Oglethorpe Park. Supported 
by appropriations and income of State 
fairs; 120 subordinate county societies. 
Officers elected by the society. Thom- 
as Hardeman, Jr. . of Macon, president ; 
Malcolm Johnston, of Atlanta, secre- 
tary ; Salary $1,200. T. G. Holt, of 
Macon, treasurer ; Salary, commission 
2] per cent on receip's ; Bond, $10,- 
000. The next annual Fair will be 
held at Macon, October 28, 1878. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY 
—30 and 32 E. Wall. William H. 
Clayton, superintendent ; William W. 
Hulbert, agent : John Lovette. route 
agent. 

Southern Stations 

Revised and corrected by the Division 
Superintendent and Route Agent : 

Abbeville, Miss 

Abbeville, S. C 

Abbotsburg, N. C 

Aberdeen, Miss 

Acton, S. C 

Acworth, Ga 

Adairsville, Ga 

Adrms, Ga 

Adams, Tenn 

Adams Run, S. C 

Aiken, S. C 

Alabama Furnace, Ala 

Albany, Ga 

Albany, Tenn 

Alcovy, Ga 

Allatoona, Ga 

Allendale, S. C 

Aliens, Tenn 

Alpine, Ala 

Alston, S. C 

Ambersons, Ala 

Amelia Court House, Va 

Americus, Ga 



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Amite City, La 


BelltoD, Ga 


Anderson, S. C 


Belton, S. C 


Andersonville, Ga 


Bennetts, Ala 


Anniston, Ala 


Beunetts, Miss 


Antioch, Ga 


Benton, Ala 


Appleton, S, C 


Bei:ton, Ark 


Areola, La 


Berzelia, Ga 


Archers, Fla 


Bethany, Ga 


Argyle, Ga 


Bethel, Tenn 


Arkadelphia, Ark 


Bethlehem, Ky 


Arlington, Ga 


BigClifty, Ky 


Arlington, Ky 


Big Hatchie, Tenn 


Armiston, Ala 


Big Sandy, Tenn 


Artesia, Miss 


Biloxi, Miss 


Ashby, Ala 


Birmingham, Ala 


Ashepoo, S. C 


Blacks, S. C 


Ashville, Ala 


Blackshear, Ga 


Athens, Ala 


Blackstock, S. C 


Athens, Ga 


Blackville, S. C 


Athens, Tenn 


Bladenboro, N. C 


Atlanta, Ga 


Bloomingdale, Ga 


Atoka, Tenn 


Blount Springs, Ala 


Attala, Ala 


Blue Mountain, Ala 


Auburn, A\& 


Bluff Spring, Tenn 


Aucilla, Fla 


Bogue Clotto, Miss 


Augusta, Ga 


Bogue Chitto, La 


Austin, Ark 


Bolegee, Ala 


Ayersville, Ga 


Bolingbioke, Ga 


Bainbride, Ga 


Bolivar, Tenn 


Bakers, Tenn 


Boiling, Ala 


Bakersport, Ky 


Bolton, Miss 


Baldwin, Fla 


Bon Aqua, Tenn 


Baldwyn, Miss 


Bonds, Tenn 


Bamberg, S. C 


Bonneaus, S. C 


Bangor, Ala 


Boonville, Miss 


Bard well, Ky 


Boston, Ga 


Barksdale, Va 


Bostwick, Ga 


Barnesville, Ga 


Bought on. Ark 


Barnett, Ga 


Bovina, Miss 


Barrs, S. C 


Box Springs, Ga 


Bartlett, Tenn 


Boykin, Va 


Barton, Ala 


Bradford, Ark 


Bartow, Ga 


Bradford Station, Tenn 


Batesburg, S. C 


Branch ville, S. C 


Batesville, Miss 


Bradens, Tenn 


Bath, S. C 


Brandon, Ala 


Baxley, Ga 


Brandon, Miss., S& M 


Bay Minette, Ala 


Brandon, Miss., V & M 


Bay St Louis, Miss 


Brentwood, Tann 


Bear Creek, Ga 


Brewer. Ga 


Beaufort, S. C 


Brewton, Ala 


Beauregard, Miss 


Bridgeport, Ala 


Beaver Dam, Ky 


Bridgewater, N. C 


Beebe, Ark 


Briukley, Ark 


Bel Air, Ga 


Brinsonville, Ga 


Beldoc, S. C 


Bristol, Tenn 


Belle Buckle, Tenn 


Broad Tree Run, Tenn 


Bellefonte, Ala 


Bronson, Fla 


Bellfield, Va 


Brookhaven, Miss 


Bells, Tenn 


Brooksville, Miss 



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Brownsboro, Ala 
Browiis Station, Qa 
Brownsville, Tenn 
Brunson, S. C 
Brunswick, Ga 
Buckatunna, Miss 
Buckhead, Ga 
Buford, Ga 
Bufords, Tenn 
Billiards, Ga 
Bulls Gap, Tenn 
Burkeville, Va 
Burksville, Ala 
Burns, Tenn 
Burnsville, Ala 
Burnsville, Misn 
Butler, Ga 
Buzzard Roost, Ga 
Byron, Ga 
Cabot, Ark 
Cairo, Ga 
Carter, Tenn 
Caledonia, Tenn 
Calera, Ala 
Calhoun, Ala 
Calnoun, Ga 
Callahan, Fla 
Callman, Ala 
Calvert City, Ky 
Camack, Ga 
Camden, S. C 
Camden, Tenn 
Cameron, Ga 
Camilla, Ga 
Campbells, Tenn 
Campbellton, S. C 
Caneyville, Ky 
Canoe, Ala 
Canton, Miss 
Carbondale, Miss 
Carbondale, Tenn 
Careys, N. C 
Carlisle, Ark 
Carpenters, Ala 
Carrs, Ga 
Carter, Tenn 
Carters Creek, Tenn 
Carters Hill, Miss 
Cartersville, Ga 
Caskey, Ky 
Cass, Ga 
Castleberry, Ala 
Catawba, N. C 
Cave Springs, Ga 
Cayce, Ky 

Cecilian Junction, Ky 
Cedar Hill, Tenn 
Cedar Keys, Fla 
Center, N. C 
Central, S. C 



Chappels, S. C 
Charleston, S (' 
Charleston, IVnn 
Charlotte, N. C 
Chatham, Va 
Chatata, Tenn . 

Chattanooga, Tenn 
Cliauncey, Ga 
Chchaw, Ala 
Cheraw, S. C 
Cherokee, Ala 
Cherryville, N. C 
Chester, S. (J 
Chester, TeDn 
Chestnut, Ky 
Chewalla, Tenn 
Chiciimauga, Ga 
Childersburg, Ala 
China Grove, N. C 
Chula, Va 
Chunnuggee, Ala 
Clanton, Ala 
Claremont, S. C 
Clarks River, Ky 
Clarksville, Tenn 
Clarkston, N. C 
Clayton, N. (' 
Clear Pond, Ky 
Clements. Ala 
Cleveland, Tcuu 
Clietts, Ala 
Climax, Ga 
Clinton, Ky 
Clinton, Miss 
Clover, Va 
Coalfield, Va 
Coatopa, Ala 
Cochran, Ga 
Coffeeville, Miss 
Cokesburgh, S- C 
Coldwater, Miss 
Coleman, Ga 
Colflys, Ga 
Collierville, Tenn 
Collinsville, Ala 
Columbia, S. C 
Columbia, Tenn 
Columbiana, Ala 
Columbus, Ga 
Columbus, Ky 
Columbus, Miss 
Como, Miss 
Company Shops, N. C 
Concord, N. C 
Concord, Tenn 
Conover, N. C 
Conyers, Ga 
Cooling, Ala 
Coopers, Ala 
Cosawatchie, S. C 



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Charleston, Mo 
Corinth, Miss 
Corning, Ark 
Courtland, Ala 
Courtland, Miss 
Covington, Ga 
Covington, Tenn 
Cowan, Tenn 
Cowles, Ala 
Crawford, Miss 
Crawfordsville, Ga 
Crofton, Ky 
Cross Plains, Ala 
Crystal Springs, Miss 
Cuba, Ala 
Cuba, Miss 
Cullman, Ala 
Culverton, Ga 
Cumberland, Tenn 
Cushingville, Ga 
Cussetta, Ala 
Cuthbert, Ga 
Dalton, Ga 
Danville, Tenn 
Danville, Va 
Darbyville, Fla 
Darlington, S. C 
Davidson College, N. C 
Davisboro, Ga 
Davis Mills, Miss 
Dawson, Ga 
Days Mill, Ga 
Dearing, Ga 
Decherd, Tenn 
Decatur, Ala 
Decatur, Ga 
Delaplaine, Ark 
Delhi, La 
Demopolis, Ala 
DeSoto, Miss 
DeValls Bluff, Ark 
Devereux, Ga 
Dexter, Mo 
Dickson, Ala 
Dickson, Tenn 
Doctortown, Ga 
Donald, S. C 
Doraville, Ga 
Doves, S. C 
Drakes Branch, Va 
Dresden, Tenn 
Dry Fork, Va 
Duck Hill, Miss 
Duck River, Tenn 
Duluth, Ga 
Dupont, Ga 
Durant, Miss 
Durhams, N. C 
Dyer, Tenn 
Eadyville, Ky 



Earlington, Ry 
Early Branch, S. C 
Easlcys, S, C 
Eastman, Ga 
Eastover, S. C 
East Point, Ga 
Kast View, Ky 
Eatonton, Ga, 
Kdenton, N. C 
Edgefield Junction, Tenn 
Edwards, Miss 
Egypt, Miss 
tilkmont, Ala 
Elko, S. C 
Ellarville, Fla 
Ellenton, S, C 
Hlliott's, Miss 
Elmore, Ala 
Emmett, Ark 
Enfield, N.C 
Enterprise, Fla 
Enterprise, Miss 
, Erin, Tenn 
Kufaula, Ala 
Eutaw, Ala 
Evansville, Ind 
Evergreen. Ala 
Evington, Va 
Ewells, Tenn 
Extension, Ga 
Fairbluff, N. C 
Fairburn, Ga 
Falcon, Tenn 
Falkville, Ala 
Fall Creek, Va 
Farmsdale, Ala 
Fayetteville, N. C 
Fayetteville, Tenn 
Fernandina, Fla 
Ficklin, Ga 
Fleming, Ga 
Flintville, Tenn 
Florence, Ala 
Florence, S. C 
Florence, Tenn 
Flowery Branch, Ga 
Forest, Ga 
Forest, Miss 
Forestville, N. C 
Forrest City, Ark 
Forsyth, Ga 
Fort Deposit, Ala 
Fort Gaines, Ga 
Fort Mitchell, Ala 
Fort Motte, S. C 
Fort Payne, Ala 
Fort's, Tenn 
Fort Valley, Ga 
Fosterville, Tenn 
Fountain Head, Tenn 



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Franklin, Ala 
Franklin, Tenn 
Franklin, Va 
Franklinton, N. C 
Fullens, Tenn 
Fulton, Ark 
Fulton, Ky 
Gadsden, Tenn 
Gaffney, S. C 
(iainesville, Ala 
(iainesville, Fla 
(iainesville, Ga 
<l line.-iville. Miss 
Gallatin, Tenn 
(ialloway, Tenn 
(iardi, <ia 
(iardner, Ala 
(iardner, Tenn 
Earner, Miss 
Caston, N. C 
(Jastonia, N. C 
Geneva, <la 
(ieorges, S. C 
Georgiana, Ala 
(iermantown, Tenn 
Gibson, Tenn 
G'bsonville, N. C 
(Gilbert Hollow, S. C 
Gillem, Tenn 
(iilmer's, Ala 
Girard, Ala 
treason, Tenn 
(Joggin's, (la 
Goldsboro, N. C 
(loodman, Miss 
Gordon, Ga 
Gourdin's, 8. C 
Craham, Ga 
Graham's, 8. C 
(irahamsville, 8. 
Graham's X Roads, S. C 
Grand Bay, Ala 
Grand Bay, Miss 
Grand Junction, Tenn 
•iraniteville, 8. C 
• irantville, Ga 
Grayson Springs, Ky 
(iraysville, <ia 
(Ireen Bay, Va 
Greencove Spring, Fla 
(ireenfield, Miss 
(ireenfield, Tenn 
(ireen Hill, Tenn 
(ireen Pond, Ala 
Greenfboro, Ala 
(ireensboro, Ga 
Greensboro, N. C 
(ireen's Mills. Ga 
Greeneville, Tenn 
(ireenville, Ala 



Greenville, Fla 

• Ireenville, Ky 

• ireenville. S. (' 

• ireenwood, Ala 
(ireen wood, S. C 
•Jreers, S. C 

• Irenada, Miss 
Griffin, <ia 
(iriffith's, Ala 
(iriswoldville. Ga 
Grooverville, 1 1 1 
(irove Station, S. C 
(iuerryton, Ala 
•iunn's Mill, Ga 
Guntown, Migg 
Guthrie, Ky 
Guyton, Ga 
Haddock, <ia 
Hdlcyondale, Ga 
Halifax, X. C 
Hammond, La 
Hampton, Ga 
Hanceville, Ala 
Handy, Miss 
Hanson, Ky 
Hardeeville, S. C 
Harlem, Ga 
Harmony Grove, Ga 
Harris, Tenn 
Harrisburg, X. C 
Harrison, Miss 
Hartsell, Ala 
Hatchachubbee, Ala 
Hatcher, Ga 
Hattieville, 8. C 
Hawkinsville, Fla 
Hawkinsville, Ga 
Haw River, X. C 
Hazlehurst, Ga 
Hozlehurst, Miss 
Helena, Ala 
Helana, S. C 
Henderson, Ky 
Henderson, X. C 
Henderson, Tenn 
Hendersonville, Tenn 
Hesry, X. C 
Henry, ?enn 
Hernando, Ga 
Hernando, Miss 
Herndon, Tenn 
Hickman, Ky 
Hickory, Miss 
Hickory, X. C 
Hickory, Tenn 
Hickory Valley, Miss 
High Point, N. C 
Hillsboro, Ala 
Hillsboro, X. C 
Hogansville, Ga 



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Hollow Rock, Tenn 
Holly Springs. Mi»s 
Homerville, Ga 
Honea Path, S. C 
Hoover, S. C 
Hope, Ark 
Hopkinsville, Ky 
Horn Lake, Miss 
Hot Springs, Ark 
Houston, Fla 
Howard's, Ga 
Humboldt, Tenn 
Hunterville, N. C 
Huntingdon, Tenn 
Hunt's, Tenn 
Huntsville, Ala 
Hurtville, Ala 
Icard, N. C 
Independence. La 
Iuka, Miss 
Jackson, Miss 
Jackson, S. C 
Jackson, Tenn 
Jacksonboro, S. C 
Jacksonville, Ala 
Jacksonville, Fla 
Jamestown, N. C 
Jarrett's, Va 
Jasper, Fla 
Jennison, Ala 
Jesup, Ga 
Jetersville, Va 
Johnson, Tenn 
Johnson City, Tenn 
Johnsonville, Tenn 
JobnMoH, Ga 
Johnston, S. C 
Jones, Tenn 
Jonesboro, Ala 
Jonesboro, Ga 
Jonesboro, Tenn 
Jonesboro, N. C 
Jonesville, S. C 

Jordan, Ky 

Judsonia, Ark 

Junction, Ala 

Kelso, Tenn 

Kensett, Ark 

Kenton, Tenn 

Kernersville, N. C 

Keysville, Va 

Kingston, Ga 

Kines Mountain, S. C 

Kingston Springs, Tenn 

Kingstree, S C 

Kingville, S < 

Kinston, N. C 

Kittrells, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Kosciusko, Miss 



Kushla, Al* 
Kultawa, Ky 
LaG range, Ga 
LaGrangee, N. C 
LaGrang, Tenn 
Lake, Miss 
Lake City, Fla 
Lamar, Miss 
Lanaley, S. C 
Larkinsville, Ala 
Lauderdale, Miss 
Laurel Hill, N. C 
Laurenburg, N. C 
Lavergne, Tenn 
Lawrence, Miss 
Lawtey, Fla 
Lawton, Ga 
Lawtons Bluff, Ky 
Lawtonville, Ga 
Lawyers Road, Va 
Leary, Ga 
Lebanon, Tenn 
Leesburg, Ga 
Leesville, S. C 
Leeville, Tenn 
Leighton, .Ala 
Litchfield. Ky 
Lenoirs. Tenn 
Letohatchie, Ala 
Lewisburg, Tenn 
Lewisville, S. C 
Lexington, Ga 
Lexington, N C 
Lexington, S. C 
lilesville, N. C 
Limestone, Tenn 
Lincolnton, N. C 
Linwood, Ala 
Linwood, N. C 
Lithonia, Ga 
Little Rock, Ark 
Littleton, N. C 
Live Oak, Fla 
Livingston, Ala 
Lloyd, Ha 
Loachapoka, Ala 
Lockhart, Miss 
Lockville, N. C 
Long Creek, Miss 
Long View, (la 
Lonoke, Ark 
Loudon, Tenn 
Lovejoy's, Ga 
Love's, Miss 
Lowndesboro, Ala 
Lucade, Va 
Lucy, Tenn 
Lumber City, Ga 
Lumberton, N. C 
Lylesford, S. C 



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Lynchburg, Va 
Lynch' s, Va 
Lynnville, Tenn 
Lythonia, Ga 
McComb City, Miss 
McEwen, Tenn 
McIIenry, Ky 
Mcintosh, (!a 
Mclnlyre, Ga 
McKenzie, Tenn 
McMilan, Tenn 
McMinnville, Tenn 
McNairy, Tenn 
McVille, Ga 
Macon, Ala 
Macon, (!a 
Macon, Miss 
Macon, N. C 
MacRea, Ga 
Madison, Ala 
Madison, Fla 
Madison, Ga 
Madison, Miss 
Madison, Tenn 
Madisonville, Ky 
Magnolia, Miss 
Magnolia, N. C 
Malvern, Ga 
Manchester, Tenn 
Maplesville, Ala 
Marietta, Ga 
Marion, Ala 
Marion, Ga 
Marion, N. C 
Marion, S, C 
Marion Junction, Ala 
Markeeta, Miss 
Mar's Bluff, S. C 
Marshallville, Ga 
Martin, Tenn 
Martin's, S. C 
Martinsville, Miss 
Mason, Tenn 
Matthews, Ala 
Mattoax, Va 
Mayesville, Gi 
Mayfield, Ga 
Mayfield, Ky 
Mayhew, Miss 
Maxeys, Ga 
Maxwell, Tenn 
Mebansville, N. C 
Medina, Tenn 
Medon, Tenn 
Meherrin, Va 
Mellonville, Fla 
Memphis, Tenn 
Memphis Junction, Tenn 
Meridian, Miss 
Michigan City, Miss 

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Middleton, Tenn 
Midville, Ga 
.Midway, Ala 
Midway, S. C 
Midway, Tenn 
Milan, Tenn 
Milledgeville, Ga 
Millen, Ga 
Millets, S. C 
Milner, Ga 
Minturn, Ark 
Mississippi City, Miss 
Mississippi Line, Miss 
Mitchell, Ala 
Mobile, Ala 
Molino, Fla 
Moncks Corner, S. C, 
Monroe, La 
Monroe, N. C 
Montevallo, Ala 
Montezuma, Ga 
Montgomery, Ala 
Montmorenci, S. C 
Monticello Junction, Fla 
Morehead City, N. C 
Mooresville, N. C 
Morgana, Ala 
Morgansville, Ga 
Morganton, N. C 
Morris, Ga 
Morrison, Tenn 
Morristown, Tenn 
Morton, Miss 
Moscow, Ky 
Moscow, Tenn 
Mossingford, Va 
Mossy Creek, Tenn 
Motleys, Va 
Mount Airy, Ga 
Mount Juliet, Tenn 
Mount Olive, N. C 
Mouse Creek. Tenn 
Muldon, Tenn 
Muldraugh, Ky 
Mullens, S. C 
Mumford, Ala 
Munnerlyn, Ga 
Murfreesboro, Tenn 
Nashville, Tenn 
Naylor, Ga 
Nesbitt, Miss 
Neville, Tenn 
Newburne, Ala 
Newberne, N. C 
Newberry, S. C 
New Market, E. C 
New Market, Tenn 
Newnan, Ga 
New Orleans, La 
Newport, Ark 



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News Ferry, Va 
Newsom's, Va 
Newton, Miss 
Newton, N. C 
Nichol's, S. C 
Nicholson, Ga 
Ninety-Six, S C 
No. ]J, Ga 
Norcross, Ga 
Norfolk, Va 
Normandy, Tenn 
Norris Mills, Tenn 
Nortonville, Ky 
Notasulga, Ala 
O'Kean, Ark 
Oakfield, Fla 
Oak Hill, Tenn 
Oakland, Miss 
Ocean Springs, Miss 
Oconee, Ga 
Ogeechee, Ga 
Oglethorpe, Ga 
Okloknee, Ga 
Okolona, Miss 
Old Fort, N. C 
Oliver, Ga 
Olustee, Fla 
Ooltewah, Tenn 
Opelika, Ala 
Orangeburg, S. C 
Osyka, Miss 
Otter Creek, Fla 
Otter River, Va 
Ousleys, Ga 
Owensboro, Ky 
Owensboro Junction, Ky 
Oxford, Ala 
Oxford, Ga 
Oxford, Miss 
Oxmoor, Ala 
Pacolet, S. C 
Paducah, Ky 
Paducah Junction, Tenn 
Paint Rock, Ala 
Palatka, Fla 
Palmetto, Ga 
Panola, Ga 
Paramore Hill, Ga 
Paris, Tenn 
Parks, Tenn 
Pass Christian, Miss 
Patona, Ala 
Peech Orchard, Ark 
Pea Point, Tenn 
Pelahatchie, Miss 
Pelham, Ga 
Pembroke, Ky 
Pendleton, S. C 
Pensacola Junction, Ala 
Pensacola, Fla 



Perdido, Ala 
Perkins Mill, Ala 
Perry, Ga 
Petersburg, Va 
Philadelphia, Tenn 
Pickens, Miss 
Pierson's, Ala 
Pike Road. Ala 
Pilot Knobb, Tenn 
Pine House, S. C 
Pinson, Tenn 
Plantersville, Ala 
Pleasant Grove, Tenn 
Pleasant Hill, Va 
Plymouth, N. C 
Pocahontas, Tenn 
Polkton, N. C 
Pollard, Ala 
Pomaria, S. C 
Ponchatoula, La 
Poor Christian, Miss 
Pope's, Miss 
Poplar Bluff, Ark 
Portersville, Ala 
Port Royal, S. C 
Portsmouth, Va 
Powhattan, Va 
Prairie, Miss 
Prescott, Ark 
Princeton, Ky 
Princeton, N. C 
Prospect, Tenn 
Pry or' s, Ga 
Pulaski, Tenn 
Quincy, Fla 
Quitman, Ga 
Quitman, Miss 
Raleigh, N. C 
Ralston, Tenn 
Ramer, Tenn 
Randolph, Ala 
Raytown, Ga 
Rayville, La 
Redbank, N. C 
Redclay, Ga 
Reed's Ala 
Reeves's, S. C 
Reid's, Ga 
Reidsville, N C 
Resaca, Ga 
Reynolds, Ga 
Riceville, Tenn 
Richland, Tenn 
Richmond, Va 
Ridgeville, S. C 
Ridge .Spring, S. C 
Rldgeway, N. C 
Rienzi, Miss 
Riley's, Ky 
Rineyville, Ky 



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Ringgold, Ga 
Ringgold, Va 
Ripley, Miss 
Rising Fawn, Ga 
Hive's Station, Tenn 
Roonoke, Va 
Robbin's, S. C 
Rock Hill, S. C 
Rockingham, N. C 
Rockport, Ky 
Rocky Mount, N. C 
Rogersville Junction, Tenn 
Rome, Ga 
Rosine, Ky 
Rossville, Tenn 
Rough & Ready, Ala 
Rowesville, S. C 
Ruffin, N. C 
Russellville, Tenn 
Rutherford, Tenn 
Rutledge, Ga 
Sadlersville, Tenn 
Saint Stephens, S. 
Salem, Ala 
Salem, N. C 
Salisbury, N. C 
Silkehatchie, S. C 
Salter's, S. C 
Saltillo, Miss 
Saluda Old Town, S. C 
Sander's, S. C 
Sanderson, Fla 
Sandersville, Ga 
Sandford, N. C 
Santee. S. C 
Sardis, Miss 
Saulsbury, Tenn 
Saundersville, Tenn 
Savannah, Ga 
Sawdust, Ga 
Scarboro, Ga 
Scooba, Miss 
Scottsboro, Ala 
Scottsburg, Va 
Scranton, Miss 
Screven, Ga 
Seaboard, Va 
Seale's Station, Ala 
Sebastopol, Ga 
Seqree City, Ky 
Selma, Ala 
Selma, N. C 
Seneca City, S. C 
Senatobia, Miss 
Shannon, Miss 
Sharon, Miss 
Sharon, Tenn 
Shelby, N. C 
Shelby, Tenn 
Shelby Springs, Ala 



Shelbyville, Tenn 
Shell Mound, Tenn 
Shelton's, S. C 
Shephard's Tenn 
Shoe Heel, N. C 
Shorter's, Ala 
Shubuta, Miss 
Shuqulak, Miss 
Sikeston, Mo 
Silur.a, Ala 
Silver Springs, Tenn 
Slaughterville, Ky 
Smarr's, Ga 
Smithville, Ga 
Smyrna, Ga 
Smyrna, Tenn 
Social Circle, Ga 
Society Hill, S. C 
Somerville, Tenn 
South Boston, Va 
South Carrollton, Ky 
South Tunnell, Tenn 
Sparta, Ala 
Sparta, Ga 
Spartanburg, S. C 
Springdale, Miss 
Springfield, Tenn 
Spring Hill, Ala 
Spring Lick, Ky 
Springville, Ala 
Springville, Tenn 
Stanton, Tenn 
Stanton River, Va 
Starke, Fla 
Starkville, Miss 
Starkville, Tenn 
State Line, Miss 
State Line, Tenn 
Statenville, Ga 
Statesville, N. C 
St. Augustine, Fla 
Stegall'8, Ga 
St. Elmo, Ala 
Stephensburg, Ky 
Stephens, Ga 
Stevenson, Ala 
Stewart's, Ala 
Stockton, Ga 
Stone Mountain, Ga 
Stonewall, Ala 
Strawberry Plains, Tenn 
Strother's, S. C 
Suffolk, Va 
Sulphur Springs. Ala 
Summerville, S. C 
Summit, Miss 
Summit, S. C 
Sumter, Ga 
Sumter, S. C 
Sunny Side, Ga 



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Surrency, Ga 
Surrounded Hill, Ark 
Suspension, Ala 
Sutherlin's, Va 
Suwanee, Ga 
Swan's, Ga 
Sweetwater, Tenii 
Switch, Ga 
Sycamore, Va 
Tait's, Tenn 
Talbott's, Tenn 
Talladega, Ala 
Tallahassee, Fla 
Tallahatchie, Miss 
Tallulah, La 
Tangipahoa, La 
Tarboro, N. C 
Taylor' 8, Miss 
Taylor' 8, Tenn 
Tebanville, Fla 
Tecumseh, Ala 
Telford's, Tenn 
Tennessee Ridge, Tenn 
Tennille, Ga 
Terry, Miss 
Texarkana, Texas 
The Narrows, Ky 
Third Creek, N. C 
Thomasville, Ala 
Thomasville, Ga 
Thomasville, N. C 
Thompson, Tenn 
Thoasen, Ga 
Three Notch Road, Ala 
Tibbee, Miss 
Tickfaw, La 
Tillatobia, Miss 
Tilton, Ga 
Timmonsville, S. C 
Tip Top, Ky 
Toccoa, Ga 
Toombsboro, Ga 
Toomsuba, Miss 
Toon's, Teen 
Torrence, Miss 
Town Creek, Ala 
Town' 8, Ga 
Trail Ridge, Fla 
Traskwood, Ark 
Trenton, Ga 
Trenton, Ky 
Trenton, Tenn 
Trenton Road, Tenn 
Trezevant, Tenn 
Trinity, Ala 
Troutman's, N. C 
Troy, Ala 
Trusville. Ala 
Tuckaseegee, N. C 
Tullahoma, Tenn 



Tunnell Hill, Ga 
Tupelo, Miss 
Tuscumbia, Ala 
Tuskaloosa, Ala 
Tuskegee, Ala 
Tyner's, Tenn 
Union, Tenn 
Union City, Tenn 
Union Point, Ga 
Union Springs, Ala 
Uniontown, Ala 
Unionville, S. C 
Upatoic; Miss 
Vaiden, Miss 
Valdosta. Ga 
Valley Head, Ala 
Vances, Ala 
Varnell's, Ga 
Varnesville, S. C 
Vaughan, Miss 
Verbena, Ala 
Verona, Miss 
Vicksburg, Miss 
Vine Grove, Ky 
Wadesboro, N. C 
Waldo, Fla 
Wales, Tenn 
Walhalla, S. C 
Walnut Ridge, Ark 
Walthourville, Ga 
Wards, Ga 
Ward's Springs, Va 
Warrenton, Ga 
Warrenton, N. C 
Warrior, Ala 
Wartrace, Tenn 
Washington, Ga 
Water Valley, Ky 
Water Valley, Miss 
Waverly, Tenn 
Waynesboro, Ga 
Waynesboro, Miss 
Way's Station, Ga 
Weaver's Station, Ala 
Welborn, Fla 
Weldon, N. C 
Wellford, S. C 
Well's, Tenn 
Wesson, Miss 
Westminster, S. C 
West Point, Ga 
West Point, Ky 
West Point, Miss 
West's, Miss 
Wetumpka, Ala 
Wheatley, Ark 
White Bluff, Tenn 
Whitehall, S. C 
White Plains. Ky 
Whitepond, S. C 



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White's, Tenn 
Whitesburg, Tenn 
Whiteville, N. C 
Whitney, A : a 
Whittles, Va 
Williams, Ala 
Williamsburg, Ga 
Williamstown, S. C 
Williston, S. C 
Wilmington, N. C 
Wilson, N. C 
Wilsonville, Ala 
Wimhester, Miss 
Winchester, Tenn 
Windsor, S. C 
Wingham, Qa 
Wingo, Ky 
Winnsboro, S. C 
Winona, Miss 
Winterville, Ga 
Wythe, Tenn 
Wolf Trap, Va 
Woodland Mills, Tenu 
Woodstock, Ala 
Woodstock, Ga 
Woodville, Ala 
Woodville, Ga 
Yemassee, S. C 
Yocona, Miss 
Yonges, Ala 
York, Ala 
Youngsboro, Ala 

INCORPORATED COM- 
PANIES. 

ATLANTA CITY BREWING CO.— 

(Incorporated February, 1876), 8 W. 
Hunter. W. H. Tuller, president ; 
Joseph Fleishel, secretary and treas- 
urer. 

ATLANTA COTTON FACTORY 
COMPANY— Office 160 to 170 Mari- 
etta. Hannibal I. Kimball, president; 
Samuel Stocking, secretary ; Rufus B. 
Bullock, treasurer ; George P. Harris, 
superintendent 

ATLANTA GAS LIGHT COM- 
PANY— Office 21 Whitehall. Works 
Western & Atlantic Railroad, south of 
Thurmond. T. G. Her ley, president; 
J. H. Mecaslin, secretary and treas- 
urer. 

ATLANTA MEDICAL COLLEGE— 
Jenkins, northwest earner Butler. J. 
G. Westmoreland, president ; A. W 
Calhoun, secretary ; J. T. Johnson, 
dean. 

FACULTY. 

J. G. Westmoreland, M.I). , Profes- 
sor of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 



tic; W. F Westmoreland, M.D., Pro- 
fessor of Principles and Practice of 

Surgery; vV,„. A team L ove m i> , 
Professor of Physiology ; V. H. Talii- 
ferro. M.D., Professor of Oh»ietrica 

and Lis. '.wee of Women and Children ; 
John Thad Johnson, M D., Prof! 
of General and Descriptive Anatonn . 
Lecturer on Venereal Diseases, A. W 
Calhoun, M.D., Professor of Di- 
of the Eye and Ear, and Clinical I > 
thalmology and Otology ; .J. P. Logan, 
A. M., M.D , Professor of General and 
Medical Chemistry; John T. Banks 
M D. , Professor of Principles and 
Practice of Medicine : C. W, Nutting, 
M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

ATLANTA REPUBLICAN PUB- 
LISHING CO — Rev. S. S. Ashley, 
president; A. Spalding, secretary; J. 
Sherman, treasurer: J. E. Bryant, 
business manager. Office, 27 E. Hun- 
ter. 

ATLANTA ROLLING MILL COM- 
PANY— (Incorporated 186-. Charter 
amended February 22d, 1877.) Office 
and Works 492 Marietta. V. R. Tom- 
mey, president ; T. W. Chandler, sec- 
retary and treasurer; William Good- 
now, general manager ; Robert Kyle, 
superintendent. Directors : Alfred 
Austell. S. B. Hoyt, Wm. C. Morrill, 
W. P. Orme, Wm. Goodnow, W. S. 
Thomson, and V. R. Tommey. 

ATLANTA WATER WORKS COM- 
PANY — (See page 38, immediately fol- 
lowing Police Department). 

CASTLE ROCK COAL COMPANY 
OF GEORGIA — (Chartered 1 
Office, 31 Whitehall, mines in Dade 
county. Julius L. Brown, president ; 
W. ('. Morrill, secretary and treasur- 
er. Directors: Joseph E. Brown, 
Joseph M. Brown. Julius L. Brown, 
W. C. Morrill and Jacob N. Seaver. 

CONSTITUTION PUBLISHING 
COMPANY— (Organized June, 
Incorporated February, 1877) Office, 
34 S. Broad. A. Howell, president; 
N. P. T. Finch, secretary: W. A. 
Hemphill, business manager. 

DADE COAL COMPANY — (Char- 
tered. 1873.) Office, Western & At- 
lantic Railroad Building. Mines in 
Dade county. Joseph E. Brown, 
president; Julius L. Brown, vice pre .-;- 
dent: W. 11. Patterson, secretary and 
treasurer. Directors: Jos E Brown, 
I John T. Grant and W. C. Morrill. 



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DIRECT TRADE UNION OF THE 
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY— Office, 
13 S. Broad. Meets 1st Wednesday 
in October, eacli year. Directors meet 
quarterly, January, April, July and 
October. Alfred H. Colquitt, presi- 
dent ; E. T. Paine, secretary : Rev. D. 
E. Butler, treasurer; E. T. Paine, 
Atlanta, agent. Directors: T. J. 
Smith, Oconee, Ga.; S. T. Paine, At- 
lanta, Ga.; D. B. Harrell, Preston, Ga.; 
J. S. Lavender, Barnesville, Ga.; G. 
M. T. Feagan, Perry, Ga.; Russ P. 
Johnson, Griffin, Ga.; D. E. Butler, 
Madison, Ga.; J. B. Jones, Herndon, 
Ga.; R. C. Dumber, Eatonton, Ga.; T. 
G. Holt, Macon, Ga.: M. C. Fulton, 
Thomason, Ga.; Marion Patrick, Grif- 
fin, Ga. 

JAS. P. HARRISON & CO— (Incor- 
porated 1877.) 27 and 29 South Broad. 
D. E. Butler, president ; Jas, P. Har- 
rison, secretary ; G. W. Harrison, 
treasurer ; J. S. Prather, business 
manager. 

NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTI- 
TUTE — Alabama, northwest corner 
Pryor. Dr. C. L. Wilson, surgeon in 
charge ; J. C. Allenswort.h, assistant ; 
Dr. K. H. Boland, secretary and treas- 
urer; Charles Heide, chief surgico 
machinist; Mrs. M.C. Doutin, matron; 
William Moore, engineer. 

NORTH GEORGIA STOCK AND 
FAIR ASSOCIATION — (Chartered 
1878. Organizing.) 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND 
STEAMSHIP A S S C IATION — 3J 
Whitehall. Joseph E. Brown, presi- 
dent ; Virgil Powers, general commis- 
sioner; C. B. Wallace, general agent. 

LIBRARIES. 

CATHOLIC LIBRARY— 2s E. Ala- 
bama. J. F. Burke, president ; R. D. 
Spalding, vice president ; A. C. Ford, 
treasurer; J. M. Graham, secretary; 
O. Chambers, librarian. 

YOUNG MEN'S LIBRARY ASSOCI- 
ATION— ^Organized August r.nh,isi;7) 
4S Marietta. B. H. Hill, Jr., pre.-i- 
dent ; D. M. Bain, vice president ; \V. 
II, Nutting, secretary ; A. C. Billnps, 
assistant secretary ; .1. M. Harwell, 
treasurer; Charles E. Harmon, libra- 
rian ; A. C. Billups, assistant. Com- 
mittees: Finance — S. M. Inman, L- 
Gholstin, J. H. Flynn, and E. Y- 



Clarke ; Lecture— H. W. Grady, H. C. 
Glenn, J L. Brown, and W. H. Tuller 
Library— Henry Hillyer, D. M. Bain, 
.1. W. English, N. P. T. Finch, and B. 
F Longley. 

LITERARY AND DRA- 
MATIC ASSOCIATIONS. 

BEETHOVEN SOCIETY— Meets ev- 
ery Thursday evening for rehearsal at 
Marietta, southeast corner Forsyth. 
Object, to increase the musical knowl*- 
edge of its members : afford them a 
rational and improving recreation, and 
foster and promote a correct musical 
taste in the community. Chartered 
and organized January 25th, 1877. E. 
A. Schultze. president; P. H. Snook, 
vice president; De Witt Bruyn, secre- 
tary and treasurer; E. A. Schultze, 
musical director. Directors : E. A. 
Schultze, P. H Snook, De Witt Bruyn, 
L. H. Clarke, Robert McCrystal, W. 
A. Haynes, Thomas W. Chandler, Ed. 
A. Werner, W. H. Parkins and J. G. 
King. 

LIBERAL AND SCIENTIFIC ASSO- 
C1ATION— B. W. Frobel, president; 
Prof. W. J. Land, vice president; (I. 
W. Kales, secretary ; J. M. Ellis, treas- 
urer. Directors : A. C. Ladd, C. K. 
Maddox, Marcus A. Bell, Fred Bell, 
and B. W. Wrenn. The Liberal and 
Scientific Association meet in the hall, 
Marietta, northwest corner Broad 
(Bell's Building.") They give lectures 
every Tuesday night, followed by a 
general discussion. These lectures are 
free to the public. It i"s also forming 
a library for the use of members. 

ROSSINI CLUB— Meets at 3J Ma- 
rietta every Mondy evening. J. C. 
'Courtney, president; D. W. Appier, 
' vice president , C. M. D. Brown, sec^ 
I retary and treasurer ; J. II. Morgan, 
stage manager ; F. H. Kruger, musical 
director; Mrs. H.C. Mitchell, pianist. 
Directors: J. C. Courtney, L. DeGive, 
E. P. Howell, Charles Beermann, B. 
\V. Wrenn. R. J Lowry, D. W. Appier, 
J. G. Scrutchin, E. Langgesser, .T. II. 
Morgan, G. C. Camp, C. M. D. Brown. 

MEDICAL SOCIETIES. 

MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OFGEOR- 
GIA.— John Thad Johnson, M. D., At- 
lanta, president ; James B. Baird, M. 
D., secretary ; W. R. Burgess, M. D. 
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Next meeting to be held at Rome, 3d 
Wednesday in April, 1879. 

ATLANTA ACADEMY OF MEDI- 
CINE — Meets every Monday night at 
21 E. Alabama. J. F. Alexander, M. 
D., president ; J. B. Baird, M. D., 
secretary; J. G. Westmorelan.l, M. 
D., reporter; C. A. Simpson, M. D., 
treasurer. 

ATLANTA MEDICO CHI-RURGl- 
CAL — Meets first and third Monday in 
each month. G. 0. Crawford, M. I). , 
president; 12 Whitehall ; E, J. Roach, 
M. D., vice president ; R. C. Word, M. 
D., secretary. 

MILITARY OEGANIZA- 
TIONS. 

C. W. HENDERSON, MAJOR, COM 
MANDING BATTALION. 

ATLANTA CADETS— Armory, La- 
fayette Block. Organized May 26th, 
1872. Uniform, same as West Point 
military cadets. Total strength 60 
men, rank and file, carrying the im 
proved breech loading rifles. Officers : 
Henry Jackson, captain ; E. S. Mc 
Candless, first lieutenant ; T. J. Hoyle, 
second lieutenant ; T. A. Johnson, 
junior second lieutenant; W. D. Deane, 
secretary ; Henry Jackson, treasurer. 
CLEBURN RIFLES — Armory. 
Loyd, northwest corner Alabama. (Or- 
ganized November, 1875.) Uniform, 
green trimmed with gold. Total 
50 men rank and file, armed with the 
improved breech-loading rifles ; meet 
for drill every Monday evening. The 
business of the company is transacted 
by a board of directors, who report 
quarterly and annually. James rlav- 
erty, secretary ; P. F. Clarke, treas- 
urer. Officers: John L. Conley, cap- 
tain; Pat Carroll, first lieutenant; S. 
T. Grady, second lieutenant ; Matt 
Ryan, junior second lieutenant ; John 
Maher. orderly sergeant ; James Hav- 
erty, Q. M. sergeant, Directors : John 
L. Conley, chairman ; Pat Carroll, S. 
T. Grady, John Maher, Ernest J. 
Roch, J, F. Connolly and Joseph Ho- 
■ gan. 

GATE CITY GUARDS — (Indepen- 
dent.) Armory, Forsyth, corner R R. 
(Reorganized 187t>.) Uniform, blue, 
trimmed with buff; total strength, 65 
men, rank and file. Supplied with 
the improved breech-loading rifles. 



Regular meeting for business, every 
Thursday evening ; meeting for drill, 
Subject to call. Officers : .1. !•'. l'.urke, 
captain; .1 G Sorutchin, firal lieuten- 
ant ; \V. It. Bigger*, second lieuten- 
ant; J. W Butler, junior second lieu- 
tenant; M 15 Spencer, first Bergeant; 
M. ('. Martin, .Ml)., surgeon; William 
Evans, color sergeant ; W. M. Camp, 
Q. M. sergeant; A. I). Burnett, secre- 
tary ; G. A. Dunn, treasurer. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS— Armory, 
Alabama, corner Forsyth. (Organized 
May, 1873.) Uuiform, cadet gray 
cloth, trimmed with scarlet, dress coat, 
black plush cap, white plume tipped 
with scarlet. Total strength, 50 rank 
and file, carrying the improved breech- 
loading rifles. Meet Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Officers : John Milledge, 
captain ; W. T. Moyers, first lieuten- 
ant ; W. II. Scott, junior second lieu- 
tenant; J.'W. White, first sergeant; A. 
McDiarmid, color sergeant ; M. Mar- 
cus, Q. M. sergeant; -C. W. Smith, sec- 
retary; A. McDiarmid, treasurer. 

NEWSPAPERS, ETC 

ATLANTA MEDICAL AND SUR- 
GICAL JOURNAL — (Monthly) H. 
H. Dickson, proprietor; Dr. J. G. 
Westmoreland, editor. 14 S. Loyd. 
Terms, $3 per year. 

ATLANTA INDEPENDENT— 
(Weekly.) A. L. Harris, proprietor. 
8i Marietta. 

"ATLANTA RLL'UBICAN- (Weekly). 
[Republican], W. L. Clark, editor and 
proprietor. 9 E, Hunter. 

BOYS'& GIRLS OF THE SOUTH— 
(Semi-monthly.) Literary. 24 South 
Broad. J. H. & W. B. Seals, editors 
and proprietors. Terms, §1 per year. 
(See adv opp 17.) 

CHRISTIAN INDEX — (Weekly.) 
[Baptist ] $3 per year. James P. 
Harrison & Co. , proprietors ; Rev. D. 

E. Builer, managing editor. 27 and 
29 South Broad. 

ECLECTIC STAR— (Monthly.) S. 

F. Salter, proprietor. 53 S. Broad. 

' HOME WARD STAR — (Monthly.) 
$1 per year. [Devoted to the promo- 
tion of immigration.] G. W. Hinkle, 
editor and proprietor. 27 and 29 
South Broad. (See page '.»8 ) 

GEORGIA REPUBLICAN— (Week- 
ly) [Republican.] Rev, S. S. Ashley, 
editor. 27 E. Hunter. 



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GOOD TEMPLARS ADVOCATE— 
(Monthly.) 8^ Marietta. James G. 
Thrower, < liior and manager. The 
organ of 'I « nperance of Georgia. 50 
cents per j ir. 

METHODIST ADVOCATE— 
(Monthly.) Rev. E. Q. Fuller, editor 
and proprirtor. liO Whitehall. 

NEW Mi;DIClNES-5 W. Alabama, 
(Monthly.) F. King, M D. and Ph. G., 
elilor and proprietor; devoted to 
medicine an 1 pharmacy. 

SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE — 6 
Whitehall, (monthly) £1 per year. S. 
T. Jenkins, editor and proprietor. J. 
S Newman, associate editor. For the 
development of material resources, 
immigration, southern progress and 
' national prosperity. 

SOUTHERN MEDICAL JOUNAL— 
(Monthly.) Office, 77 S. Pryor. T. S. 
Powell, M.D., R. C. Word. M.D , and 
W. T. Goldsmith, M. D., editors and 
proprietors. 

SOUTHERN PLANTER & GRANGE 
— (Weekly,) $2 per year. John J. 
White, Frank Gordon, editors and 
proprietors. 27 and 29 South Broad. 

SUNNY SOUTH— (Illustrated Lite- 
ri.ry.i 24 South Broad. J. H. & W. 
B. Seals, editors and proprietors ; 
Ri x. M. E Bryan, associate editor. 
T.'tm? : $3 per year. (See ad» opp 
17.) 

THE ACANTHUS— Mouthly. 75 
cents per year. [Devated to the 
"true, the beautiful and the good."] 
Miss Annie M. Barnes, editor and 
proprietor. Issued from office Sunny 
South, 24 South Broad. 

THE AGENTS' MANUAL— (Months 
ly), 12 cents per year, devoted to the 
interest of agents. A. C. Morton, ed- 
itor and proprietor. Published at 
Sunny South, 24 South Broad. 

THE CONSTITUTION— (Daily and 
weekly. [Democratic.) Daily, $10 
ppr yuar; weekly, $2.00 per year. 
Constitution Publishing Co , proprie- 
tors. Evan P. Howell and N. P. T. 
Finch, editors; W. A. Hemphill, 
business manager. 34 South Broad. 
(See back fly D) 

THE GEORGIA CLINICAL REC 
ORD— Drs. J. F. Hammond and I, J. 
M. Goss, editors and proprietors. 
Published at Sunny South, 24 South 
Broad. 



THE JEWISH SOUTH— (Weekly.) 
$2 00 per year. J. H. & W. B. 
Seals, publishers. Rev. E. B. M. 
Browi e, editor, 24 South Broad. 

PARKS AND PLACES OF 
AMUSEMENTS. 

AMERICAN GYMMASIUM— (Or- 
ganized June 9th, 1875), Walton, 
southeast corner Forsyth. 54 mem- 
bers enrolled. B. A. Warlick, presf- 
dent; John Mell, vice-president; J. 
Howard Harris, secretary. 

DE GIVES OPERA HOUSE — 
L. De Give, proprietor; north side 
Marietta, between Broad and For- 
syth. 

OGLETHORPE PARK— Located on 
the Western & Atlantic Railroad, two 
from Union Depot, contains about 27 
acres. Purchased by the city in 1870, 
under superintendence of H. I. Kim- 
ball, used for agricultural expositions, 
under auspices of the Georgia State 
Agricultural Society. Main entrance 
on Marietta. Horse cars on Marietta 
line run to the gate. 

PONCE DE LEON SPRINGS— Sit- 
uated two and a half miles northeast 
of city, connected by Peachtree street 
line of horse cars. 

POST OFFICE. 

This Post Office is located in the 
Capitol Building (State House), Mari- 
etta, southwest corner Forsyth. Main 
entrance Marietta. Benjamin Conley, 
postmaster; J. S. Nail, assistant; Wal- 
lace Rhodes, mailing clerk and super- 
intendent of mails; T. A. Lester, as 
sistant mailing clerk; Frank Mills, 
general distributing clerk; W. F. Mills, 
assistant; Amos Ruckor, porter and 
canceling clerk. 

FREE DELIVERY— H. M. Robin- 
son, carrier first district; S. Swearen- 
gen, second district; C. C. Wimbish, 
third district; C. V. Tutwiler, fourth 
district; J. C. Shelton, fifth district; 
L. M. Spencer, sixth district; W. S. 
Smith, regular substiute. 

The Post Office Department prom- 
ises to deliver by carries only such 
matter as is directed to the street and 
number, and the only sure way to 
avoid having letters advertised, is to 
follow the instructions of tne Postal 
Department, by addressing letters as 
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Carriers make d*ily, three deliveries 
and three collection*, leaving the of 
fioes as soon after (he distribution of 
the various mails a* possible. No de 
livery is male on Sunday, but carri 
ers' windnvvsare open during the Sun 
day morning hours. The following 
exhibits work done by carrier during 
the year ending December 31st, 1877. 
DELIVERED. 

Mail letters , . .722 808 

Mail postal cards 234,441 

Local letters 48,901 

Registered letters 10.526 

Newspapers, etc 386,106 

COLLECTED. 

Letters 489,227 

Postal cards .. 168,534 

Newspapers, etc 44,266 

GENERAL DELIVERY — B. A. 
Stout, clerk. Window open daily from 
7 a. m. to 6 p. m.; Sunday, from 8 
to 10 a. M. All letters remaining un- 
called for in the office are advertised 
on Sunday of each week, and if not 
claimed in one month, are forwarded 
to the Dead Letter Office at Washing- 
ton. When calling for such a letter, 
say "Advertised," and give full name 
and date of advertisement. 

MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT— 
J. S. Nail, money order clerk. Office 
opens at 9 a. m. and closes at 4 p. m. 
Absolute safety in sending money by 
mail is secured by obtaining a money 
order on another money order office. 
No fractions of cents to be introduced 
in an order. United States Treasury 
notes oi National Bank notes only, re- 
ceived or paid. No single order is» 
sued for more than $50. Parties de- 
siring to remit large sums, must obtain 
additional orders. No applicant, how- 
ever, can obtain in one day, more 
than three orders payable at the same 
office and to same payee. Money or- 
ders can also be obtained at this office 
upon Post Offices in all parts of Can- 
ada, German States, Great Britain, 
Ireland and Switzerland. When for- 
eign money orders are paid in cur- 
rency, the gold value will be trans- 
mitted by the Postmaster in New 
York. By act of Congress, approved 
March 3, 1875, the fees for Domestic 
Money orders have been changed, so 
that "on and after the first day of 
July, 1875," the fees or commissions 
to be charged for the issue of Domestic 

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Money Orders will he as follows : 
On orders not over $15, ten cents; 
over $15 and under $30, fifteen cents: 
over $30 and tinder $40. twenty cents: 
over $40 and under $50, twenty five 
cents. For foreign rates, consult the 
United States Official Postal Guide. 
NEWSPAPER DEPARTMENT. — 
Notice — "Any word or commuuica- 
" tion, whether by printing, writing, 
" mark or sign, upon a newspaper, 
" pamphlet, or magazine, or other 
" printed matter, nr upon the cover or 
" wrapper thereof, other than the 
" nsme of the persons to whom it is 
" sent, subjects the same to letter pos- 
"tage." — [Postal Laws, sec. 16 ] 
'REGISTERED LETTER DEPART- 
MEFT — Louis Seldner, register clerk. 
Office opens at 9 a. m. and closes at 4 
p. m. Valuable letters or packages 
should be registered, the fee for same, 
to all parts of Ike ivorld, being 10 cents, 
in addition to the regular rates of 
letter postage, to be paid in stamps, i. e., 
stamps sufficient must be attached to 
letters before presenting for registra- 
tion. The name and post office address 
of sender must be endorsed on face of 
envelope. After a registered letter 
has been transmitted, it cannot be re- 
called by the sender. No letter can 
be registered on Sunday. The Post 
Office Department, or its revenue, is 
not by law liable for the loss of any 
registered mail matter. Registered 
letters will not be delivered to any 
person but the one to whom they are 
addressed, or to a person whom the 
Postmaster knows to be authorized to 
receive them. 

STAMP DEPARTMENT— Chas. D. 
'fuller, stamp clerk. Window open 
daily from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sundays 
from 8 to 10 a. m. 

Postage. — On letters, sealed pack- 
ages, mail matter wholly or in part 
written, (except book manuscript and 
corrected proofs passing between au- 
thors and publishers, and except local 
or drop letters, or postal cards), all 
printed matter so marked as to con- 
vey any other or further information 
than is conveyed by the original print, 
etc., three cents for each half ounce, 
or fraction thereof. On local or drop 
letters at office where free delivery is 
established, two cents for each half 
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where free delivery is not established, 
one cent for each half ounce, or frac 
tion thereof. 

On newspapers (excepting weeklies), 
whether regular or transient, and with- 
out regard to weight or frequency of 
issue, one cent each. On periodicals 
(other than newspapers), not exceed 
ing two ounces in weight, one cent 
each; on same, exceeding two ounces, 
two cents each. Circulars unsealed, 
one cent. Stamps should be placed on 
the upper right hand corner of the 
address side of all mail matter. 

Postal cards may be sent either in 
print, pencil or ink, or partially in all. 
They are regarded by Postmasters the 
same as sealed letters, except that in 
no case unit they be returned or sent to the 
Dead Letter Office. If not delivered 
within sixty days from the time of re- 
ceipt, they will be burned by Post- 
masters. In using postal cards, be 
careful not to write or have anything 
printed on the side to be used for the 
address, except the address. To use, 
or attempt to use in payment of post- 
age, a postage stamp or stamped en- 
velope, or a stamp cut from any such 
envelope which has been before used 
in payment of postage is punishable 
wit h a fine of fifty dollars. 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE -Office, 
5 Marietta. (Theodore N. Nail gen- 
eral superintendent, Washington, D. 
C.) L. M. Terrell, superintendent. W. 
J. Glascock, C. M. D. Brown, F. M. 
Van Pelt, John Day, clerks. 

John Frey special agent North Caro- 
lina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, 
Alabama. Henry Booth, assistant; 
W. B. Redmond, clerk. 

Clerks Railway Post Office— A. 
P. Wiggins. S. H. W. Smith. Ed Bel 
cher, T. S. King, E. S. Hills, J. G 
Andrews, J. W. Scott, J. H. Goffe. 

ROUTE AGENTS— E. G. Thomas, 
W. C. Leake, R. S. Egleston, L. W. 
Morse, J. F. Blodgett, T. M. Blodgett, 
A. A. Hammett, L. P. Hills, W. W. 
Peake. Samuel Bradley, John Day, J. 
W. Woodruff, Alexander Mattison, Joe 
Frank. 

RAILROADS. 

All trains enter and depart from the 
Union Depot. I'ryor, corner Wall. 

ATLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIR- 
LINE RAILWAY COMPANY— office, 



56 E. Wall. H. W Sibley, president, 
(17 Courtlandt Street, N. Y.); C. H. 
Peieree, secretary and treasurer : G. 
J. Foreacre, general manager ; H. C. 
Ansley, auditor and local treasurer; 
W.J.Houston, genenl passenger and 
ticket agent ; H. M. Cottingham, gen- 
eral freight agent. 

DISTANCE FROM ATLANTA TO 

Goodwyns Ga. 10 miles 

Doraville " 15 

Norcross " 20 

Dulnth " 25 

Suwannee " 30 

Buford " 35 

Flowery Branch '* 45 

Gainesville " 55 

Belton " 65 

Longview '• 70 

Mount Airy " 80 

Toccoa " 95 

Tugalo " 100 

Gilmer's S. C 105 

Westminster " 110 

Senaca " 120 

Central ... " 135 

Liberty " HO 

Easley " 145 

Greenville % \ 160 

Greer's " 170 

Wellford's " 180 

8partanburg "190 

Cowpens "200 

Gaffney'H "210 

Black's Ga 215 

Whitaker's N. C. 220 

King's Mountain " 230 

Wooton's " 235 

Wright's and Gastonia. . "245 

Garibalda " 250 

Charlotte "365 

ATLANTA AND WEST POINT 
RAILROAD -Office. 32 Loyd. J. P. 
King, president; W. P. Orme, secre- 
tary and treasurer; L. P. Grant, su- 
perintendent ; A. J. Orme, general 
agent. 

DISTANCE FROM ATLANTA TO 

East Point 6 miles 

Fairbnrn 10 

Palmetto 25 

Powell's 33 

Newnan 39 

Grantville 51 

Hogansville 58 

LaGrange 71 

LoDg Cane 80 

West Point 87 

CENTRAL RAILROAD OF GEOR- 
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ley, president ; W. Rogers, general 
superintendent ; R Schmidt, general 
agent (Atlanta Division). 

DISTANCE FROM ATLANTA TO 

East Point 6 miles 

Forest 13 " 

Morrow 16 " 

Jonesboro 21 " 

Lovejoy 27 " 

Hampton 32 " 

Sunny Side 36 '• 

Griffin 43 " 

Orchard Hill 49 " 

Milner 54 " 

Bamesville 60 " 

GogginR 65 " 

Collier's 71 " 

Forsyth. 76 " 

Smarr's 81 " 

Bollingbroke 88 •« 

Snmmerfield 95 " 

Macon 103 " 

Griswold 112 " 

Gordon 123 " 

Mclntyre 13U " 

Toomsboro 138| «| 

Oconee 147 " 

Tennille 158J " 

Davisboro 171 " 

Spier's 182 " 

Sebastopol 194 •' 

Herndon 203 " 

Cnshingville 210 " 

Millen 214 •■ 

Scarboro 222J " 

Ogeechee 231?, " 

Halcyondale 243" " 

Egyp. , 253 " 

Gnvton 263 " 

Eden 274 " 

Bloomingdale 280^ " 

Savannah .293 " 

GEORGIA RAILROAD AND 
BANKING COMPANY— Office 32 
Loyd. J. P. King, president ; S. K. 
Johnson, superintendent ; E. A. 
Werner, agent. 

DISTANCE FROM ATLANTA TO 

Decatur 6 miles 

Stone Mountain 16 " 

Lithonia 24 " 

Conyers 31 " 

Covington 41 " 

Social Circle 52 " 

Rutledge 59 " 

Madison 68 " 

Buckhead 76 " 

Greensboro 88 " 

Union Point (Athens June). 95 " 

Crawfordsville 107 •■ 



Barnett (Washington jnno. ) 111 •« 

Camack ( Wareentou j unc. ) . 125 " 

Thompson 134 •« 

Dearing 142 " 

Saw Dust 146 " 

Berzelia 152 " 

Bellair 162 " 

Augusta 171 «• 

ATHENS BRANCH. 

DISTANCE FROM UNION POINT TO 

Woodville 5 miles 

Maxey's 13 «• 

Antioch 17 «« 

Lexington 24 " 

Athens 40 " 

WESTERN AND ATLANTIC 
RAILROAD— Office railroad junction, 
opp. Forsyth. Hon. Joseph E. 
Brown, president ; William M icRae- 
superintendent; W. C. Morrill, treas- 
urer ; B. W. Wrenn, general passen, 
ger agent ; R A. Anderson, general 
treight agent ; J. C. Courtney, gen- 
eral book-keeper. 

DISTANCE FROM ATLANTA TO 

Bolton Ga. 7 miles 

Gilmore •« 10 " 

Vinings •« 11 " 

Mclvor " 12 •' 

Smyrna " 15 " 

Marietta " 20 " 

Big Shanty M 28 •« 

Acworth " 34 •* 

Allatoona " 40 " 

Birtow «« 42 •« 

Stegall's " 43 " 

Etowah " 46 •« 

Cartersville " 47 •' 

Roger's " 50 " 

Cas< " 52 •« 

Kingston " 58 " 

Hall's •' 63 " 

Adairsville " 68 " 

McDaniels.T " 74 " 

Calhoun.. " 78 •« 

R-sica " 84 " 

Tilton " 90 " 

Dalton " 99 " 

Tunnel Hill "106 " 

Ringgold " 114 " 

Graysvill* " 120 " 

Chickamauga Tenn.126 " 

Boyce " 131 " 

Chattanooga " 138 " 

Atlanta (Street) Railroad. 

Office 49 Line. R. Peters, president < 
J. W. Culpepper, treasurer; E. C. Pe" 
ters, superintendent. Directors : E- 



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C. Peters, S. M. Inman, W. M. Middle- 
broiks, R. Peters and J, R. Wylie. 

DECATUR STREET LINE— From 
Peachtree, oa Decatur, east toOikland 
Cemetery 

Mcdonough street line— From 

Whitehall east on Alabama to Washing- 
ington, south on Washington to Jones, 
east on Jones to McDonough, theuoe 
south on McDonough to Fulton. 

MARIETTA STREET LINE— From 
Peachtree, on Marietta, northwest to 
Atlanta Rolling Mill and Oglethorpe 
Park. 

PEACHTREE STREET LINE— From 
Railroad, on Peachtree, northeast to 
Ponce DeLeon Springs. 

TAYLOR HILL LlNE-(RedCars) — 
From Railroad, on Whitehall, south to 
Mitchell, west on Mitchell to Elliott, 
north on Elliott to Hunter, thence west 
on Hunter to Haynes. 

WEST END LINE— (Yellow Cars)— 
From Railroad, on Whitehall, «outh to 
Mitchell, west on Mitchell to Forsyth, 
south on Forsyth to Peters, thence 
southwest on Peters to West Eud. 

WH1TEHALLSTREET LINE— (Blue 
Cars) — From Railroad, on Whitehall, 
southwest to Smith. 

RELIEF AND BENEVO- 
LENT ORGANIZATIONS 

ATLANTA BENEVOLENT ASSOCI- 
TION— 81 E Alabama. Eitablished 
as a home for the aged and infirm ; 
sustained by private contributions. 
John Milledge, president ; Mrs. Geor- 
gia Ortagus, matron. 

CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE 
AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets 
first Sunday in each month, over 28 E. 
Alabama. P. F. Clarke, president ; N. 
M. Blount, vice-president ; J. W. Ho- 
gan, secretary ; Joseph Gating, treas- 
urer; R, J. Fitzgibbons, sergeant-at- 
arms 

HIBERNIAN BENEVOLENT SOCI- 
ETY — Meets first Wednesday in each 
month, at 7:30 p. m., in Good Templars' 
Hall. John H. Flynn, president; T. 
Burke, vice-president ; Thomas Nunan, 
secretary ; P. Carroll, assistant secre- 
tary ; James Walsh, treasurer. Fi- 
nance Committee : James 0. Harris, 
J. H. Ellsworth and W. P. Lother. 
Relief Committee : William Flynn, 



James P. Cannon and Thomas F Grady. 
Investigating Committee: Arthur B. 
Connolly, H. Karwisch, J. .1. D iffy, 
John Schikan and W. Dowiing 

LADIES HEBREW BENEVol,ENT 
SOCIETY- Meets iu Synagogue, For- 
syth, southwest corner Garnett, upon 
call. Mrs. M. Wiseberg, president; 
Mrs. Julia H. Titlebaum, secretary. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO- 
CIATION— 68 Whitehall. Business 
meeting first. Monday in each month ; 
devotional services every Sunday 5 p. 
m. C. G. Eckford, president; W. R. 
Brown, firt^t vice president ; J. H. Stew- 
art, second vice-president ; J. P. Field, 
corresponding secretary ; H. L. Collier, 
recording secretary; William Wyatt, 
auditor; vV. A. Haygood, director to 
Benevolent Horoe. 

I5ECRET SOCIETIES. 




/ MASONIC. 

SUPREME COUNCIL 33°. A. AND 
A RITE. SOUTHERN JURISDICTION. 
Albert Pike, Most Puis.-. Sov.-. Gr •. 
Com.-. H.-. E -., Washington, D C ; 
John Robin McDaniel, Puis -. Sov.\ 
Lt.\ Gr. -. Com.-. H. -. E.\, Lynchburg, 
Va. ; Ebenezer Hamilton Shaw, Gr. •. 
Prior.-. H -. E. •., San Francisco, Cal ; 
Henry Buist, Gr. -. Chancellor H. -. E. •., 
Charleston, S. C ; Theodore Sutton 
Parvin, Gr.-. Min .-. of State. H.\ E ., 
Iowa City, Iowa; Albert Gallatin Mac- 
key, Sec.-. Gen.-. H.\ E.-., Washing 
ton, D. C. ; Frederick Webber, Treas.-. 
Gen.-. H. -. E. -. , Louisville, Ky.; Luke 
Edward Barber, Gr.-. Almoner, Little 
Nock, Ark. 

GENERAL GRAND ENCAMPMENT 
OF K. T. OF THE U. S.— Next con- 
clave third Tuesday in August, 1880. 
Sir Vincent L Hurlburt. G. E. C, 
Chicago, 111.; Sir Walter Bragg, D. G. 
E. C. , Montgomery, Ala.; Sir Benja- 
min Dean, G G. Boston, Mass.; Sir 
Lafayette Lyttle, G C. G , Toledo, Ohio; 

Sir Robert E. Withers, G. S. W., 

, Va ; Sir B. B. Richardson, G. J. 

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Simons, G. T., New York City • Sir 
Theodore S. Parvin, G. R , Iowa City. 
Iow^. 

(^GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER OF 
R. A. M. OF THE U. 8.— Twenty 
fourth triennial convocation, at De- 
troit, Mich , fourth Tuesday in August, 
1880. John Frizzell, G. Gr. H. P., 
Nashville, Tenn.; Robert F. Bower, D. 
G Gr. H. P., Keokuk, Iowa; Alfred 
F. Chapman, G. Gr. K., Boston, Mass.: 
Noble D. Lamer, G. Gr. S., Washing- 
ton, D. C ; John McClellan, G. Gr. T., 
Boston, Mass.; C. G. Fox, G. Gr. Sec, 
Buffalo, N. Y. ; Henry Bostwick, G. 
Gr. C. of H., Covington. Ky.; David 

F. Day, G. Gr. R. A. C, Buffalo, N. Y. 
GRAND COUNCIL R. AND S. M- 

OF GEORGIA —The next anuual as 
sembly to be held in Macon, the fourth 
Wednesday in April, 1878. William 
A. Graham, G. T. S. 11., Fort Gaines ; 
Thomas J. Perry, I. D. G. If., Rome ; 
Benjaman F. Moore, G. P. C. W., At 
lynta ; Joseph E. Wells, G. T., Macoa ; 
Charles R. Armstrong. G. R. Macon ; 
Andrew M. Wolihin, G. C. G. Albmy ; 
William Rockwell, G. S., Savannah ; 
Charles H. Freeman, G. S. Macon. 

GRAND CHAPTER OF GEORGIA. 
The 56th annual convocation will be 
held in Macon on the last Wednesday 
in April, 1878. Luther J. Glenn, G 
H. P., Atlanta; William J Johnson, 
D. G. H. P., Fort Gaines; Robert M. 
Smith, G. K , Athens ; J W. Oilin, G. 
S., West Point; Joseph E. Wells, G. 
T , Micon; J. Emmett Blackshear, G- 
S., Macon ; Rev. Arthur I. Leet, G- 
C, Ringgold, Joseph E. Wells, G. C 
H., Macon; A. H. Sneed. G. P. S., 
Forsyth ; William A. Graham, G. R. 
A. C. , Fort Gaines; B. L. Stephens, 

G. M. 3d Vail, Valdosta ; T. J. Perry, 
G. M., 2d Vail, Rome ; T. J. Shepherd, 
G. M., 1st Vail, Covington; Charles 
H. Freeman, G T. Macon. 

GRAND LODGE OF GEORGIA.— 
Next annual communication will be 
held in Macon Tuesday, October 29th, 
1878. James M. Mobley, G. M., Ham- 
ilton ; J. 1. Wright, D. G. II., Rome; 
J. W. Tiylor, S G. W.. Luthersville ; 
James M. Rushin, J. G. W.. Boston, 
Ga.; Joseph E. Wells, G. T., Macon ; 
J. Emmett Blackshear, G. S , M icon ; 
Rev. Caleb W. Key, G. C ; W. W. 
Goodman, Sr., G. D.; A. C. Mcintosh, 
Jr., G. D.; G. W. Gammage, G. M.; 



W. F. Parkhurst. 1st G. S ; R. T. Ken- 
drick, 2d G S ; A. H. Sneed, 3d G. S. 
GRAND COMMANDKY — William J. 
Pollard. G. C, Augusta; C. R. Arm- 
strong. G. S., Eisinrin. 

MASTER MASONS. 

Masonic Hall, Marietta, southeast 
oorner Broad. 

ATLANTA LODGE No. 69 — Meets 
second and fourth Thursday in each 
month. W. G. Gramling, W. M. ; W. 
D. Burris, secretary. 

GEORGIA LODGE, No. '.H;_Meets 
first and third Tuesday in each month. 
W. D. Luckie, W. M ; DeWitt Bruyn. 
8 cretary. 

FULTON LODGE, No. 21»i-Meets 
first and third Thursday each month. 
Aaron Haas, W. M ; Otto Spahr, sec- 
ret iry . 

ROYAL ARCH. 

MOUNT Z10N CHAPTER, No. 16— 
Meets second and fourth Monday in 
each month. W. L. Hubbird, H. P ; 
Otto Spahr, secretary. 

JASON BURR COUNCIL, No. 13— 
Meets third Monday evening iu March, 
June, September and December each 
year. B. F. Moore, T. 1. M ; John 
Mead, Rec. 

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 

CCEUR DeLEON COMMANDERY— 
Meets at Comm indery Rooms, Pryor, 
southeast corner Decatur, second Tues- 
day in each month. W. D. Luckie, E. 
C; B. F. Moore, Rec. 

SCOTTISH RITE. 

A and A Scottish Rite, 111. Thomas 
W. Chandler, 33° deputy l.\ G. Special 
deputy for Atlanta. 

ATLANTA COUNCIL KNIGHTS OF 

IKADGSH 30°— V.-. Sir Thomns W, 

Chand'er, 33°. commander; E.\ Sir 

Calvin Fay 32°, first lieutenant com- 

I mander ; E. •. Sir George T. Anderson 

I 32°, second lieutenant commander. 

WHITE EAGLE CHAPTER No. 1, 

ROSE CROIX 18° — 111 Calvin Fay 32°. 

M.\ W. •. Master; 111 Thomas W 

Chandler 33° , Sec. 

HERMES LODGE OF PEP Fir 
TION, No. 3. G.-, E.-. P.-. AND S. ■. 
MASONS 14°— 111 Phomas W. Chun- 
dler 33°, T. •. P.-. G •. Master; S. L. 
Solomonson, 14°, secretary. 



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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF 
ODD FELLOWS. 

Odd Fellows Hall, Whitehall, south- 
east cor Alabama. 

GRAND LODGE— William S. Gram- 
ling, M. W. G., Atlanta; H. 8 Brad- 
ley, R. W. D. G. M., Gainesville ; John 
G. Deitz, R. W. G. Sec , Macon ; Luther 
J. Glenn, Atlanta, and C. C. Kibbee, 
Hawkinsville, R. W. G. Reps, to G. L. 
of U. S. 

LODGES. 

CENTRAL LODGE, NO. 28— Meets 
every Tuesday. E. I. Cole, N. G ; W. 
L. Jarvis, Sec. 

BARNES LODGE, NO. 55— Meets 
every Friday. Jerome M. McAfee, N. 
G.; G. H. Merrifield, Sec. 

CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 66— Meets 
every Thursday John Fickin, N. G.; 
J. B. Goodwin, Sec. 

SCHILLER LODGE, NO. 70— Meets 
every Monday. Jonas Selig, N. G.; H. 
Franklin, Sec. 

ENCAMPMENTS. 

EMPIRE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 12— 
Meets second rnd fourth Wednesday 
each month. J. B. Goodwin, C. P.; G. 
R. McCown, Sec. 

DEGREE LODGES. 

MIRIAM REBECCA DEGREE 
LODGE, NO. 7— Meets first and third 
Wednesday each mnn h. W. J. Kilby, 
N. G.; G. R. McCown.Sec. 

RELIEF. 

GENERAL RELIEF COMMITTEE— 
(i. H. Merrifield, 6 Marietta; E. I. Cole, 
N G ; Jerome McAfee. N. G.; John 
Ficken. N. G . Jonas Selig, N. G. 

Free Sons of Israel. 

GEORGIA LODGE, NO. 12- Meets 
in Good Templars Hall every second 
and fourth Wednesday in each month 
I. Sulzbacher, president ; L. Lieber 
man, vice president; M. Titlebaum, 
secretary ; S Rosenteld, financial sec 
retary ; G. Saloshin, treasurer. 

I. 0. B. B. 

GATE CITY LODGE, NO. 144— Meets 
in Odd Fellows Hall, Whitehall, south- 



east corner Alabama, second and fourth 
Sunday each month. A. Rosenfeld, 
president; A. E. Shulhafer, vice-pres- 
ident ; L. Seldner, secretary ; S. Salo- 
shin, treasurer; M. Saloshin, monitor; 
E Rich, assistant monitor; M. Hart 
man, guardian ; Charles Pfeifer, war- 
den. 

A. 0. U. W. 

ATLANTA LODGE NO. 1 —Meets 
in Good Templars' Hall, Whitehall, 
southwest corner Hunter, first and 
third Tuesday evening of each month. 
W. F. Slaton, P. M. W ; I. S. Boyd, 
M. W.; A. R. Everett, G. F.; J. A. 
Link, O.; W. B. Bonnell, R.; A. 0. 
Osborne, F. & R ; J. L. McGaughey, 
G.; A. A. Nolan. I. W.; G. H. Boynton, 
0. W. 

I. 0. G. T. 

GRAND LODGE OF GEORGIA. 

J. G. Thrower, G. W. C. T., Atlanta; 
M. P. Caldwel', G. W. C, Gainesville; 
Miss Gertrude W . Johnson, G. W. V. T.. 
Bartow; W. 0. H. Shepard, G. W. S. 
and T., Marietta; Rev. J. E. Evans, 
G. W. Chaplain, Atlanta J. P. Mere- 
dith. G. W. M , Augusta; Sister W. E. 
Jones, G W. D. M., West Point; Sister 
Dora Love, G. W. I. G., Dalton; G. L. 
Beckham, G. W. 0. G., Concord; R. A. 
Varnedoe, G. W. A. S., Atlanta; J. A. 
Kennedy, P. G. W. C. T., Conyers; 
S C. Westbrook, G. W. Messenger, 
Fairburn; W. M. B. Hand, Gen. Supt. 
C. W. T. , GreeDsboro. 

Next session convenes in Macon, 
first Tuesday in September, 1878. 

ATLANTA LODGE, NO 1 -Meets 
every Monday in Powell Hall. C. J. 
Oliver. W. C. T ; Miss Jennie Noble, 
W. R S. 

SPENCER LODGE. NO. 2— Meets 
corner Decatur and Pratt, every Mon- 
day. J. W. Taylor, W. C. T.; J. N. 
Hulson, W. R. S. 

GEORGIA LODGE, NO. 132— Meets 
in Good Templars' Hall every TuesdRy. 
James Woods. W. C. T.; A. A. Mau~ 
ning, W. R. S. 

JAMES LODGE. NO 355— Meets in 
Good Templars' Hall, West End, every 
Friday. F. S. Stewart, Jr., W. C. T.; 
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DEAN LODGE, NO. 463— Meet? 
every Friday evening, at Dean's Hall, 
324 Marietta. Amos T. Smith, Dep. 

Cold Water Templars 

WENONA LODGE, NO. 1— Meets iu 
Good Templars' Hall, every Sunday at 
2 p. m. Mrs. J. G. Thrower, Supt. 

Knights of Jericho. 

UNDINE LODGE, NO. 3— Meets 
in Powell Hall, every Thursday. R. P. 
Zimmer ian, Chief. 

Templars of Honor. 

FULTON TEMPLE OF HONOR— 
Meets in Good Templars' Hall, White- 
hall, southwest corner Hunter, every 
Saturday. T. F. Wynne, W. C. ..• 
J. 0. Perkins, W. B. 

I. R. M. 

CHEROKEE TRIBE, N». 1— Meets 
in Powell Building, every Friday eve- 
ning. Dave Bussey, sachem ; John 
Richardson, senior sagamore; T. 
Hart, junior sagamore; W. C. Reynolds, 
chief of records; Thomas Keltner, 
keeper wampum ; Edward Baldwin, 
prophet. 

MODOC TRIBE, No. 3— Meets above 
210 Marietta, every Monday evening. 
H. P. Hayne, sachem ; George Clin- 
ton, senior sagamore ; C. L. Loyd, ju- 
ni >r sagamore ; G. M. Jones, chief of 
record ; S. M. Griffin, keeper wam- 
pum ; M. T. Simmons, prophet. 

Knights of Honor. 

GATE CITY LODGE, No. 346— 
Meets in Good Templars' Hall, first 
and third Friday each month. Albert 
Howell, dictator; A. Park Woodward, 
vice dictator : A. 0. Osborne, financial 
reporter and treasurer. 

GEORGIA LODGE. No. 127— Meets 
in Good Templars' Hall, second and 
fourth Friday in each month. Rev. 
Benjamin Johnson, dictator ; S. C. 
Kicklighter, vice-dictator; Dr. J. T. 
Johnson, assistant dictator ; H. C. 
Mitchell, financial reporter; A. A. 
Nolan, treasurer ; Rev. D. W. (iwin, 
chaplain ; G. S. Prior, representative 
to grand lodge. 




Knights of Pythias. 

GRAND LODGE OF GEORGIA 
Meets annually, third Tuesday in Au 
gust. N« xt meeting to be held at Sa 
vannah. R R. Richards, G. C, Sa 
vannah ; John Y. Dixon, G. V. O, At 
lanti; D B. Woodruff. G. K. of R. S. 
Macon: Felix Corput, G. P. C, Macon 

SUBORDINATE LODGE. 

ATLANTA LODGE, No. 20— Meets 
every Wednesday evening, 7,30 p.m. 
Powell Building. C. L. Mangum, C 
C; E. T. Plummer, V. C ; J. M. Hun 
nicutt. P. C; J. P. Bellinger, M. A. 
J. A. Perkerson, M. of F.; J. F. Sim 
mons, M. of E ; W H. White, 1. G. 
H. H. Dickson, O. G.; W. C. Dickson, 
Prelate. 

TELEGRAPH COMPA- 
NIES. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH 
COMPANY— 8 E. Wall. J. Herrick, 
manager ; Colin McDonald, clerk ; P. 
Holcomb, J. M. Stephens, R. 0. Camp, 
R. H. Alston, operators - . {Tariff not 
obtainable.} 

U. S. LOCAL OFFICERS, 
ETC 

COMMISSIONERS— LawBon Black, 
Gl E. Alabama ; A. E. Buck, W. B. 
Smith, and Wm. H. Smyth, 20 Decatur. 

COURTS— (U. S. Dist. and Circuit 
Courts) Northern District of Georgia — 
20 Decatur, corner Pryor. Hon. Wil- 
liam B. Woods, judgre Fifth Judicial 
Circuit, residence, Atlanta ; Hon. John 
Erskine, district judge ; residence, At- 
lanta. Henry P. Farrow, district at- 
torney ; George S. Thomas, assistant 
attorney ; Julius L. Brown, standing 
master in chancery ; A. E. Buck, 
clerk; Frank A. Ham, deputy: 0. P. 
Fitzsimons, marshal ; James T. Pace, 
Clark Howell, Jr., Thomas C. Murphy, 
deputies ; J. W. Anderson, deputy, 



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Savannah ; B. F. Wofford, and W. M. 
Rich, deputies, Cartersville ; W. W. 
Montgomery and William Strange, de- 
puties, Rome : J. E. Ritch, deputy, 
Athens; J. B. Gaston, deputy, 
Gainesville ; Isaac W Carter, deputy, 
Carrollton ; S. W. Murray, deputy. 
Griffin. 

TERMS. 

(Xorthern District) Circuit Court-Sec- 
on.l Mondays in March and September. 

District Court — First Mondays in 
March find September. 

(Southern District) — At Savannah. 
f. Tames MoPherson,- clerk ) 

Circuit Court -Apiil T«-rm. 2d Mon- 
day in April ; November Term, Thurs- 
day after 1st Monday in November. 

District Court— 2d Tuesdays in Feb- 
ruary, May, August and November. 

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT 
OF THE SOUTH— Offices 30 and 32 
E. Wall. 

DEPARTMENT OFFICERS. 

Thomas H. Ruger, Brigadier General 
U. S. A., commanding; Lieutenant 
B. Wheeler, aide-de camp; Col. Chaun- 
cey McKeever, Assistant Adjutant 
General ; Colonel George F. Head, 
Medical Director ; Colonel William B. 
Rochester, Chief Paymaster ; Colonel 
.lohn G. Chandler, Chief Quartermas- 
ter ; Colonel George Bell, Chief Com 
mi-sary of Subsistence ; Major William 
H. Gardner, Assistant Surgeon ; Ma- 
jor John R. McGinnis, Chief of Ord- 
nance ; Major Nicholas Vedder, Assis- 
tant Paymaster. 

FIELD AND STAFF. 

Headquarters McPherson Barracks- 
This property of the government' 
containing 53 84-100 acres of ground- 
is located in the southwestern portion 
of the city; built in 1867, and can 
comfortably quarter a full regiment of 
companies. The present command 
consists of Field and Staff Officers, Reg- 
imental Band, Companies B., C. , D., E., 
F.. G, and K., 18th Infantry, aggregat- 
ing (283) two hundred and eighty- 
three officers and enlisted men. Lieut. 
Col. H. M. Black commanding post ; 
M»jor James Belger. Quartermaster U. 
S. A., Post Q. M. in charge of Nation- 
al Cemeteries at Marietta aud Ander- 
sonville ; Major W. H. Forwood, sur- 
geon ; Frank Atkisson, acting asst. 
surgeon : (xeorge P. VanWyck, U. S A., 



post chaplain ; 1st Lieut. Carroll H. 
Potter, adjutant 18th Inf. , post adju- 
tant ; 1st Lieut. James H. Baldwin, R. 
Q. M.: Captain C. Durham, command- 
ing company B ; Captain Joseph K. 
Hyer, commanding company C; 1st 
Licit. Michael Leahy, commanding 
company D.; Captain Jacob Klein, com- 
manding company E ; Captain Thomas 
J. Loyd. commanding company F.; 1st 
Lieut. Robert F. Bates, commanding 
company G ; Captain James Stewart, 
commanding company K. 

Lieutenants: 1st Lieut. George N. 
Bomford, 1st Lie t. H. H. Benner, 2d 
Lieut. W. S. Patton, 2d Lieut. Charles 
H. Cabanirs, 1st Lifut. F. H. Barnhart, 
2d Lieut. C. W. Williams, 1st Lieut. C. 
R. Paul. 2d Lieut. W. F. Wood, 2d 
Lieut. J. H. Todd, 1st Lient. W. A. 
Miller, and 2d Lieut. John Anderson. 

INTERNAL REVENUE— (Second 
District of Georgia.) Andrew Clark, 
collector. Office 24 S. Broad. Theo- 
dore D. Irish and S. M. Nealon, depu* 
ties. 

REGISTER IN B\NKRUPTCY— 
Lawson Black, 61. E. Alabama. 

COUNTY OF FULTON. 

Atlanta, county seat. Offices located 
in City Hall Building, or Court House, 
east side Washington, between Hunter 
and Mitchell. 

County Officers. 

COUNTY ALMS HOUSE— Situated 
7£ miles on Peachtree road. W. F. 
Stewart, supt., salary §60 per month. 

COUNTY CORONER— William Kile, 
West Peters, cor Barracks avenue. 

COUNTY SCHOOL COMMISSION- 
ER— Jethro W. Manning, City Hall. 

COUNTY SURVEYOR— B. F. Walker, 
City Hall 

COUNTY AND STATE TAX COL- 
LECTOR— Samuel R. Hoyle, 5 E Ala- 
bama. 

COUNTY TREASURER— C. M. Paine, 
City Hall. 

SHERIFF— Angus M. Perkerson, 
office City Hall. Elected January, 
1877, for 2 years. Salary fees; bond 
$100,000. G. Whit Anderson, Clement 
C. Green, Charles W. Wei s, deputies, 
appointed by sheriff. 

STATE AND COUNTY TAX RE- 
CEIVER— William Ezzard, City Hall. 



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STATU AND COUNTY TAX RE- 
CEIVER— William Ezzard, City Hall. 

COUNTY PRISON. 

COUNTY JAIL— 34 Fraser. 0. 
Whit Anderson, jailor; James M. 
Wing and John S. Wise, turnkeys. 

COURTS. 

CITY COURT— City Hall, Washing- 
ton between Hunter and Mitchell. 
Richard H. Clark,, judge. Salary, $2.- 
500 ; James D. Collins, clerk. Salary, 
fees; Howard Van Epps, solicitor. Sal- 
ary, fees. Terms of court : first Mou 
day in March. June, September and 
December. This court has no juris 
diction in questions of equity, felony, 
divorce or title to real estate. 

COURT OF ORDINARY— City Hall. 
Exclusive jurisdiction of probate and 
county matters. Termn, first Monday 
and Tuesday each month. Daniel 
Pittman, ordinary. Elected January, 
1877, for 4 years ; John T. Cooper, 
clerk. 

SUPERIOR COURT — Atlanta cir- 
cuit, Fulton county. Terms, first 
Monday after fourth Monday in March 
ami Septembor. Hon. George Hillyer, 
judge : (term expires January, 1885); 
James D. Collins, clerk ; G. H. Culber- 
son and W. H. Yenable, deputies ; B. 
H. Hill, Jr., solicitor general. 

STATE OF GEORGIA. 

Capitol, or State House, Marietta, 
po thwest corner Forsyth. D. S. 
Buckner, ciplain of guard. 

CHIEF EXECUTIVE. 

GOVERNOR— Hon. Alfred H. Col- 
quitt. Elected January, 1877, for 
four years. Salary, $4,000. Isaac W. 
Avery, private secretary ; J. W. War- 
ren, secretary ; R. A Murphey, war- 
rant clerk. Salaries, $1,800. J. B. 
Baird, Howell C. Jackson and Thomas 
C. Howard, clerks. Salaries, bl,- 
000. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL— Robert N. 
Ely. Salary, $2,000. 

SECRETARY OF STATE— Nathan 
C. Barnett. Elected January, 1877, 
for four years. Salary, $2,000- Bond 
$10,000. J. F. Jones, clerk. Salary 
$1,600. 

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FICERS. 



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COMPTROLLER GENERAL -W. L. 
Goldsmith. Elected January, 1877, 
for four years. Salary, $2,000; J. M. 
Goldsmith and R. U. Hardeman, 
clerks. Salaries, $1,500. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL- 
TURE — Established September 1st, 
1874. Annual appropriations. $10,- 
000; Printing fund, $1,000; Chemi- 
cal fund, $500; Silary of commis- 
sioner, $2,000; of the clerk, $1,200. 
Total annual appropriation, $13,700. 

Thomas P. Janes, commissioner ; R. 
J. Redding, clerk ; J. S Newman, J. 
Henley Smith and Wm. F. Janes, em- 
ployees. 

This is the first Department of Ag- 
riculture established, (as a branch of 
the State government, under the con- 
trol of a salaried State officer) in the 
United States. Georgia took the lead 
in this measure, and has been amply 
repaid for it. 

In the Department are displayed 
samples of the products of the State, 
which are examined with much inter- 
est by strangers visiting Atlanta. 

The Commissioner has had compiled 
and published, a Hand Book of Geor- 
gia, and manuals on Sheep and Hog 
raising in Georgia, which have given 
great satisfaction and an enviable repu- 
tation to the State abroad, which she, 
though known as the Empire State of 
the South, never had before. 

The inspection and analysis of Com- 
mercial Fertilizers, are placed under 
the charge of the commissioner, and no 
Fertilizer can be admitted to sale with- 
out his consent. The result is that a 
worthless or very poor fertilizer can" 
not be found on the market in Georgia. 
Thus the farmer who cannot judge of 
the worth of a fertilizer by any test he 
can apply, is protected from imposition. 
Georgia is the only State in the Union 
having and enforcing such a law. 

The analyses of fertilizers are regu* 
larly published by the com" issioner, 
and circulated throughout the State, 
from which every person can see the 
exact value of every brand sold in the 
State. 

The fees for inspecting fertilizers 
are 50 cents per ton. For the season 
of 1877-8, almost 100,000 tons were in- 



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spected, bringing nearly $50,000 into 
the State Treasury. 

The commissioner has appointed five 
inspectors who are paid salaries — the 
highest not exceeding SI, 500. These 
inspectors are, G. P. Harrison, Savan- 
nah ; E. T. Davis, Brunswick ; T. J. 
Smith, Augusta; B. D. Lumsden, 
Macon; J. S. Lawton, Atlanta. 

Prof. W. J. Land is the Chemist of 
the Department for the analysis of 
fertilizers. Salary, $3,000 per an- 
num. 

The entire expenses of the Depart- 
ment, including salaries of the chemist 
and inspectors, is less than $23,000. 
It thus brings into the State treasury 
fully twice as much as all its expenses. 

For a time after the Department was 
established, efforts were made in the 
legislature to abolish it, but all have 
signally failed, and it is now fully es- 
tablished in the hearts of the people of 
Georgia. 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY— Establish- 
ed February 27th, 1874. Survey com- 
menced September 1st, 1874. Annual 
appropriations of $10,000 for five 
years. All expenses controlled by 
Board of Advisement, composed of the 
Governor, Attorney General, Secretary 
of State, Comptroller General, School 
Commissioner and Treasurer. State 
and county maps on file, giving accu- 
rate location of water powers, roads, 
etc. Museum contains 25,000 speci- 
mens of minerals, ores, marls and 
woods. (Room 4, Capitol.) George 
Little, Ph. D., State Geologist. R. H. I 
Loughridge, Atlanta; A. R. McCutch- ! 
en, LaFayette, and W. S. Schley, Sa- 
vannah, assistants ; M. T. Singleton,; 
draughtsman ; C. A. Locke, Decatur, 
engineer. 

KEEPER OF PENITENTIARY — 
John W. Nelms, principal keeper. 
Salary, $2,000. Bond, $10,000. Con- 
victs leased from this office by con- 
tract. 

LIBRARIAN— Frank L. Haralson. 
Salary, $1,000. Bond, $2,000. 

SCHOOL COMMISSIONER— Gus- 
tavus J. Orr. Appointed January, 
1877, for four years. Salary, $2,000. 
Mark Johnston, clerk. Salary, $1,- 
200. 

TREASURER— John W. Renfroe. 
Elected January, 1877, for four years. 
Salary, $2,000. Bond, 8200,000. John 
W. Murphey, clerk. Salary, $1,000. 



WILD LAND OFFICE— Comptroller 
General ex officio commissioner ; Wil- 
liam A. Wright, clerk. Salary, $1,- 
200. 

JUDICIARY. 

SUPREME COURT— Court rooms, 
State House, Marietta, southwest cor- 
ner Forsyth. Hon. Hiram Warner, 
chief justice ; Logan E.Bleckley and 
James Jackson, associate judges; Z. 
D. Harrison, clerk ; Robert N. Ely, 
attorney general ; Henry Jackson, 
reporter ; J. G. McLin, sheriff. First 
term commences third Monday in 
January ; second term begins second 
Monday in August. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

ALBANY CIRCUIT. 

G. J. Wright, Judge; W. O.Flem- 
ing, solicitor general. 

Baker — First Monday in May and 
November. 

Calhoun — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Decatur — Spcond and third Monday 
in May and November. 

Dougherty — First, second and third 
Monday in April and October. 

Mitchell — Fourih Monday in May 
and November. 

Worth — Fourth Monday in April 
and November. 

ATLANTA CIBCDIT. 

Geo. Hillyer, judge; B. H. Hill, Jr.. 
solicitor general. 

DeKalb— Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Clayton— First Monday in March 
and September. 

Fulton— Monday after fourth Mon- 
day in March and September. 

AUGUSTA CIRCUIT. 

William Gibson, judge; Salem 
Dutcher, solicitor general. 

Burke — Third Monday in May and 
November. 

Columbia — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

McDuffie— Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Richmond — Third Monday in April 
and October- 

BLUE RIDGE CIRCUIT. 

George N. Lester, judge; Thomas 
F. Greer, solicitor general. 

Cherokee— Fourth Monday in Feb- 
ruary and second Monday in August. 



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'Cobb — Second Monday in March 
and November. 

Dawson — Third Monday in April 
ami Second Monday in September. 

Fannin — Third Monday in May and 
October. 

Forsyth — Third Monday in Februa- 
ry and fourth Monday in August. 

Gilmer — Second Monday in May and 
October. 

Lumpkin — Second Monday in April 
and first Monday in September. 

Milton — Fourth Monday in March 
and third Monday in August. 

Pickens — Fourth Monday in April 
and September. 

To/ms — First Monday after fourth 
Monday in May and October. 

Union — Fourth Monday in May and 
October. 

BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT. 

John L. Harris, judge; S. W. Hitch, 
solicitor general. 

Appling — Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Camden — First Tuesday after fourth 
Monday in April and October. 

Charlton — First Monday after Cam- 
den court. 

Clmdh— Second Tuesday in April 
and October. 

Coffee — First Tuesday in April and 
October. 

Glynn — First Tuesday after fourth 
Monday in May and November. 

Pierce — 'First Monday in March and 
September. 

Ware — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Wayne — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

CHATTAHOOCHEE CIRCUIT. 

M. J. Crawford, judge; H. Bussey, 
solicitor general. 

Chattahoochee — Fourth Monday in 
March and September. 

Harris — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

Marion— Third Monday in April and 
October. 

Muscogee — Second Monday in May 
and November. 

Stewart— Fourth Monday in April 
and October. 

Talbot— Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Taylor— First Monday in April and 
October. 



CHEROKEE) CIRCUIT. 

C. D. McCutchen, judge ; A. T. 
Hacked, solicitor general. 

Bartow — Second Monday in Janua- 
ry and July. 

Catoosa — Second Monday in Februa- 
ry and August. 

Dade — Third Monday in March and 
September. 

Gordon — First Monday in March 
and September. 

Murray — Third Monday in Februa- 
ry and August. 

Whitfield — First Monday in April 
and October. 

COWETA CIRCUIT. 

Hugh Buchanan, judge ; S. W. Har- 
ris, solicitor general. 

Campbell — First Monday in Februa- 
ry and August. 

Carroll— First Monday in April and 
October. 

Coweta — First Monday in March and 
September. 

Douglass — Fourth Monday in Jan- 
uary and July. 

Fayette — First Monday in May and 
November. 

Heard — Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Meriwether — Third Monday in Feb- 
ruary and August. 

Troup — Third Monday in May and 
November. 

EASTERN CIRCUIT. 

Henry B. Thompson, judge ; Alfred 
B. Smith, solicitor general. 

Bryan — Thursday after first Monday 
in April and October. 

Bulloch — Thursday before first Mon- 
day in April and Obtober. . 

Chatham — Second Monday in Febru- 
ary, May and October. 

Effingham — First Monday in April 
and October. 

Liberty — Tuesday after second Mon- 
day in May and October. 

Mcintosh — Tuesday after last Mon- 
day in April and October. 

FLINT CIRCUIT. 

John I. Hall, judge ; F. D. Dismuke, 
solicitor general. 

Butts — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Henry — Third Monday in April and 
October. 

Monroe— Fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 



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Newton. — Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Pike — Second Monday in April and 
October. 

Rockdale — First Monday after fourth 
Monday in March and September. 

Spalding — First Monday in Februa.- 
ry and August. 

Upson — First Monday in May and 
November. 

MACON CIRCUIT. 

Wm. L. Grice, judge; C. L. Bartlett, 
solicitor general. 

Bibb — Fourth Monday in April and 
October. 

Crawford — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Houston — Fourth Monday in May 
and November. 

MIDDLE CIRCUIT. 

Herschel V. Johnson, judge ; James 
R. Hines, solicitor general. 

Emanuel — Third Monday in April 
and October. 

Jefferson — Second Monday in May 
and November. 

Johnson — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Screven — First Monday ia May and 
November. 

Tattnall — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

Washington — First Monday in March 
and September. 

NORTHERN CIRCUIT. 

E. H. Pottle, judge ; Seaborn Reese, 
solicitor general. 

Elbert — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Glascock — Third Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Hancock — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

Hart — Third Mouday in March and 
September. 

Lincoln — Fourth Monday in April 
and October. 

Madison — First Monday in March 
and September. 

Oglethorpe — Third Monday in April 
and October. 

Taliaferro — Fourth Monday in Feb 
ruary and August. 

Warren — First Monday in April and 
October. 

Wilkes — First Monday in May and 
November. 



OCMULGEE CIRCUIT. 

George T. Bartlett, judge; Joseph 
Preston, solicitor general. 

Baldwin — Third Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Greene — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Jasper — Fourth Monday in April 
and October. 

Jones — Third Monday in April and 
October. 

Morgan — First Monday in March 
and September. 

Putnam — Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Wilkinson — First Monday in April 
and October. 

OCONEE CIRCUIT. 

A. C. Pate, judge ; Thomas Eason, 
solicitor general. 

Dodge — First Monday in May and 
November- 

Dooly — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Irwin — Friday after fourth Monday 
in March and September. 

Laurens — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

Montgomery— Wednesday after fourth 
Monday in April and October. 

Pulaski — Second Monday in 'May 
and November. 

Telfair — Tuesday after third Monday 
in April and October. 

Twiggs — First Monday in March and 
September. 

Wilcox — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

PATAULA CIRCUIT. 

William D. Kiddoo, judge ; J. T. 
Flewellen, solicitor general. 

Clay— Fourth Monday in March and 
September. 

Early — First Monday in April and 
October. 

Miller — Third Monday in April and 
October. 

Quitman— Third Monday in May and 
November. 

Randolph — First Monday in May 
and November. 

Terrell — Fourth Monday in May and 
November. 

ROME CIRCUIT. 

J. W. H. Underwood, judge; C. T. 
Clements, solicitor general. 

Chattooga — First Monday in March 
and September. 



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Floyd — First Monday in January 
and July. 

Paulding — First Monday in February 
and August 

Polk— Second Monday iu February 
and August. 

Haralson — Fourth Monday in March 
and September. 

Walker — Last Monday in February 
and August. 

SOUTHERN CIRCUIT. 

Augustus H. Hansell, judge ; R. G. 
Mitchell, solicitor general. 

Berrien — Third Monday in March 
and September. 

Brooks — First Monday in May and 
N member. 

Colquitt — Wednesday after fourth 
Monday in March and September. 

Echols — Tuesday after first Monday 
in April and October. 

Lowndes —Third Monday in May and 
November. 

Thomas — Third week in April and 
• >ctober. 

SOUTHWESTERN CIRCUIT. 

C. F. Crisp, judge ; C. B. Hudson, 
solicitor general. 

Lee — Fourth Monday in March and 
second Monday in November. 

Macon — First Monday in December 
and third Monday in May. 

Schley — Fourth Monday in April and 
October. 

Sumter — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

Webster — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

WESTERN CIRCUIT. 

George D. Rice, judge; A. L, Mitch- 
ell, solicitor general. 

Banks — First Monday in April and 
October. 

Clarke — First Monday in February 
and second Monday in August. 

Oconee — Fourth Monday in January 
and July. 

Franklin — Second Monday in April 
and October. 

Gwinnett — First Monday in March 
and second Monday in September. 

Habersham — Third Monday in April 
and October. 

Hall — Third Monday in March and 
September. 

Jackson — Fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Rabun — Fourth Monday in April 
and October. 



Walton — Third Monday in February 
and August. 

White- First Monday after fourth 
Monday iu April and October. 



LEGISLATIVE. 

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

8 EN AT B. 

First District — R. E. Lester, Savan- 
nah 

Second District— J. H. Clifton, Reeds- 
ville 

Third District— G. J. Holton 

Fourth District —John M. Tison 

Fifth District— W. B. Folk? 

Sixth District- J. W. Staten, Statens- 
ville 

Seventh District -J. P. Turner 

Eighth District— D. A. Russell 

Ninth District— E. C. Bower, Blakely 

Tenth District— 3. P. Tison 

Eleventh District— John T. Clarke, 
Cuthbert 

Twelfth District — William Harrison, 
Georgetown 

Thirteenth District — John N. Hudson 

Fourteenth District— John J. Hamil- 
ton 

Fifteenth District— 3. C. Clements 

Sixteenth District — Neil McLeod, 
Swainesboro 

Seventeenth District— 31. H. Perry 

Eighteenth District —3 . B. Cumming, 
Augusta 

Nineteenth District -John A. Steph- 
ens 

Twentieth District— C. W: DuBose, 
Sparta 

■<ty-ftrst District — A. S. Hamil- 
ton 

Twenty' second District— 1. B. Caba* 
niss, Forsyth 

Twenty third District— 3 ohn F. Trout- 
man 

Twenty fourth District -T. W.Grimes, 
Columbus 

ity-fifth District- 3. C. Drake, 
Thomaston 

Twenty sixth District— 8. Grantland, 
Milton 

ity-seventh Dsstrict -H. D. Mc- 
Daniel, Marion 

Twenty eighth District— J. W. Pres- 
ton, Monticello 

Twenty ninth District— H. R.Casey 

Thirtieth District— Samuel Lumpkin, 
Lexington 

Thirty-first District -ihomas Crymes 



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Thirty-second District— M. G. Boyd, 
Cleveland 

Thirty-third District —Allen D.Cand- 
ler. (iaiursvi)le 

Thirty-fourth District G. W. Bryan, 
McDonough 

Thirty fifth District— E. P. Howell, 
Atlanta 

Thirty-sixth District — F. M. Duncan, 
Douglassville 

Thirty-seventh District J. A. Speer, 
LaG range 

Tfttrfy eighth District -W. J. Head, 
Buchanan 

Thirty-ninth District — A. W. Hel- 
combe 

Fortieth District— C. 3. Wellborn, 
Blairsville 

For ty-fir*t District— W. H. Simmons 

Forty second District— Samuel Haw- 
kins, Summerville 

Forty-third District — J. C. Fain, 
Ringgold 

Forty-fourth District — J. C. Clements, 
LaFayette. 

HOUSE. 

List here given by counties, alpha- 
betically. 

Appling — M. Branch, Baxley 
Baker — P. D. Davis, Newton 
Baldwin— 3. A. Green, Milledgeville 
Jinnies— V). C. Oliver, Homer 
Bartow- -T. W. Milner, R. H. Can- 
non 

Berrien— J. H. Kirby, Nashville 
Bibb — A. 0. Bacon, C. J. Harris, 
R. A. Nisbet, Macon 

Brooks — H. G. Turner, Quitman 
Bryan — J. M. Brannon 
Bulloch— R. W. DeLoach, Statesboro 
Burke — S. A. Corker. Waynesboro ; 
E. A. Perkens, Lawtonville ; W. F. 
Walton, Green's Cut 

Butts— S. F. Smith, Jackson. 
Calhoun— 0. H. Paul, Morgan 
Camden — Thomas Butler, St. Marys 
Campbell -J. M. Wilson, Campbell- 
ton 

Carroll-E. Hogan, E. Phillips, 
Carrollton 

Catoosa — A. H. Gray, Ringgold 
Charlton— F. Lang, Traders Hill 
Chatham— A.. T. Adams, W. W. 
Paine. 1. M. Russell, S ivannah 
C/iuttahoochee — L. Harp, Cusseta 
Chattooga — W. F. Irvine, Summer- 
ville 

Cherokee — W. B. Puckett, Canton 
Clarke— B. C. Yancey, Athens 
Clay—Yi. 3. Johnson, Fort Gaines 



Clayton— J. L. McConnell, Jones- 

boro 

Clinch- L. Strickland, Horaerville 
Cobb -George Roberts, C. D. Phil- 
lips. Marietta 

. -8. D. Phillips. Douglas 
Columbia— J. P. Williams, Appling 
Colquitt James Vick, Moatrie 
Coweta -J. D. Sims, W. A. Turner, 

Newnan 

Crawford -J. F. Jordan, Knoxville 
Dade—M. A. B. Tatum, Trenton 
Dawson Joseph McAfee, Dawson 

ville 

Decatur— 3. 0. Farnell, W. W. Har- 

rell, Bainbridge. 

• DeKalb — R. A. Alston,' Decatur 
Dodge— 3 W. Buchan, Eastman 
Dooly — I. L. Toole, Vienna 
Dougherty— A. C. Westbrook, J. W. 

Walters, Albany 

Douglas — W. McGouirk, Douglas- 

ville 

Early -W. C. Sheffield, Blakely 
Echols— 3. P. Prescott, J. D. Smith, 

Statenville 

Effingham— 3. F. Berry, Springfield 
Elbert— Yi. F. Tate, Elberton 
Emanuel— John Bell, Swainsboro 
Fannin— R. C. Duggs*r, Morgan ton 
Fayette— J). A. HcLucas, Fayette- 

ville 

Floyd— 3. C. Reese, A. J. King, 

Rome 

Forsyth — H. P. Riden, Cumming 
Franklin— 3. H. Shannon, Carnes- 

ville 

Fulton— N. J. Hammond, P. L. My- 

natt, W. H. Huisey, Atlanta 
Gilmer— W. R. Welch, Ellijay 
Glasscock — E. G. Scruggs, Gibson 
Glynn —J. W. Lamb, Brunswick 
Gordon- W. R. Rankin, Sonora 
Green -3. B. Park, R. L. McWhor- 

ter, Greensboro 

Gwinnett -W. J. Bone, N. L. Hutch- 
ins, Lawrenceville 

Habersham -J. H. Grant, Mount 

Airy 

Hull - 3. E. Redwine, Gainesville 
Hancock -A. M. DuBose, Sparta, 

and W. J. Northern, Mount Zion 

Haralson Taliaferro, Talapoosa 

Harris — W. I. Hudson, Jesse Cox, 

Hamilton 

Hurt A. G. McCurry, Hartwell 
Heard H. W. Daniel, Franklin 
Henry— AV. T. Dickm, McDonough 
Houston — B. M. Davis, Perry ; A. L. 

Miller, Fort Valley; J. F. Sykes, Byron 



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Irwin -J. B. Fletcher, Irwinville 

A. T Bennett, W. J. Pike, 
Jefferson 

Jasper— E. ('. Pope, Monticello 

A. E. Tarter, J. H. Pol- 
hill, Louisville 

Johnson — Vf. L. Johnson, Wrights- 
ville 

Jones -R. H. Barron, Clinton 
Laurens— H. M. Burch, Dublin 
Lee- J. A. ("lege, Leesburg 
lAberty -E. P. Miller 
Lincoln— J. E Strother, Goshen/ 
Lowndes -0,. EL M. Howell, Yaldosla 
Lumpkin — Wee Hunt, Dahlonega 
McDuffie—3. S. Jones, Thompson 
Mctntosh -A. R. Rogers (c), Darien 
Macon— Davis Gammage, Marshall- 
ville ; J. M. DuPree, Oglethorpe 
Madison— 3. A. Green, Danielsville 
Marion— H. T. Hollis, Buena Vista 
Meriwether — F, J Williams', Warm 
Springs; C. W. Williams, Haralson 
H. C. Sheffield, Colquitt 
Milton -H. L. Cuuninghara, Alpha- 
retta 

Mitchell -C. W. Collins, Camilla 
Monroe -B. H. Zellner, J. G. Phin- 
izy, Forsyth 

Montgomery- D. J. McRae, Mt. Ver- 
non 

Morgan— L. G. Anderson, Madison 
Murray — William Luffin, Cohutta 
Springs 

Muscogee ^K. Crawford, L. F.Gar- 
rard, Columbus 

■■■■'on— L. B. Anderson, L F. Liv- 
ingston, Covington 

Oconee -W. Y. E'der, Watkinsville 
Oglethorpe —J. M. Smith, Winterville; 
W. Si. Willingham, Crawford 
Paulding 0. T. Brintle, Dallas 
Pickens — R. R. Howell, Jasper 
Pierce— D. P. Patterson, Blackshear 
/U. ■ -S. K Coik, Birnesville 
Polk — C G. Janes, Cedaitown 
Pulaski — R. W. Anderson, Hawkins- 
ville 

Pntnam—'R. C. Ilumber, Eatonton 
Quitman— L. P. Dozier, Hatcher's 
Sta'ion 

Rabun -J. M. Bleckley, Clayton 
Randolph -J. J. McDonald, Cuthhert 
Richmond— H. G. Wright, G. R. Sib- 
ley, L. D. Duval, Augusta 

Rockdale B. F. Carr, Conyers 
SchUy-M. J. Wall, Ellaville 

/i— W. M. Henderson 
Spalding— J. D. Stewart, Urithn 



W. H Harrison, W. W 
raid 

•V II. Davidson, Allen Fort, 
Amei 

Talbot— J. M. Matthews, Talbotton ; 
J. C. Maim J, Geneva 

TaUaferro— J. T. Chapman, Craw- 
fordsville 

Tattnall -E. Bird, Reidsville 
Taylor— J. D.Mitchell, Butler 
7W/ciir— John Wilcox. Temperance 

■■// -E. (I. Hill, Dawson 
Thomas— D. H. Wilmot, W. M. Ham- 
mond, Thomasville 

Towns— S. Y. Jamison, Hiwassee 
Troup -3. F. Awtry, A. H. Cox, La- 
Grange 

Twiggs -3. T. Glover, Jcffersonville 

»n— t. J. Butt, Blairsville 
Upson— 0. C. Sharman, Thomaston 
Walker — 3. B. Wheeler, CVdar Grove 
Walton— W. R. Smith, Monroe 
FPare-T. J, Ivey. Waresboro 
fTarrera— R. T. Barkslale, Warren- 
ton 

Washington — George W. Peacock, 
Green Brantley, Sandersville 

Wayne -J. A. Poppell, Waynesville 
ter — W. C. Kendrick, Preston 
—J. J. Kinsey, Cleveland 
Whitfield— 3. A. R. Hanks, Dalton 

— S. D. Fuller, Abbeville 
Wilkes— F. H. Colly, B. F. Jordan. 
Washington 

Wilkinson — F. Chambers, Irwinton 
Worth— G. G. Ford, Warwick 

UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. 
CHIEF EXECUTIVE — 

CABINET. 

President -Rutherford B. Hayes, 
of Ohio. Term ends March 4, 1881. 
Salary $50,000. 

V i c B-P R i: s i d B N t — William A. 
Wheeler, of New York. Term ends 
March 4, 1881. Salary $10 

Sbceetab ite William M 

Evarts, of New York. Salary $10,- 
000. 

Secretary of tup. Tbeasurt — 
John Sherman, of Ohio. Salary $10,- 
000. 

Sbcbbtabi of War G 
McCreary, of Ohio. Salary $10,000. 
I R. W. 
Thompson, of Indiana. Salary $10,- 
UUO. 



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Secretary oe the Interior- Carl 

Schurz, of Missouri. Salary $10,000 

Postmaster-General - David M. 

Key, of Tennessee. Salary $10,000. 

Attorney-General — Charles De- 
vens, of Massachusetts. Salary $10, 
000. 

COURTS AND JUDGES. 

Supreme Court. 

CHIEF JUSTICE. 



Morrison R. 
Salary $10,500. 



Waite, Toledo, O. 



ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. 



Sal- 



Pa. 



() 



Ky. 



Nathan Clifford, Portland, Me. 
ary $10,000. 

Ward Hunt, New York. Salary 
$10,000. 

William Slrong, Philadelphia, 
Salary $1,000. 

Joseph P. Bradley, Newark, N 
Salary $10,000. 

Noah H. Swayne, Columbus, 
Salary $10,000. 

John M. Harlan, Louisville, 
S ilary $10,000. 

Samuel F. Miller, Keokuk, Iowa. 
Salary $10,000. 

Stephen J. Field, Sin Francisco, 
Gal. Salary $10,000. 

Samuel F. Phillips, Solicitor Gen- 
eral, Washington, D. C. Salary $7,- 
500. 

CTrCUIT judges. 

First Circuit, George F. Shepley, of 
Portland, Me.; Second, Alexanders. 
Johnson, of New York: Third, Wm. 
McKennon, of Washington, Pa.; 
Fourth, Hugh L. Bond, of Baltimore, 
Md.: Fifth, Wm. B. Woods, of Atlanta, 
Ga.; Sixth, John Baxier, of Nashville, 
Tenn.; Seventh, Thomas Drummond, 
of Chicago, III.; Eighth, John F. Dil- 
lon, of Dubuque, Iowa.: Ninth, Lo 
renzo Sawyer, of Sin Francisco, Cal. 
Salaries, $5,000 each. 

Court of Claims- Charles D. Drake. 
Chief Justice; Edward G Loring, E 
Peck, C. C. Nott, Wm. A. Richardson, 
Judges. The Court holds its sessions 
in the Capitol, at Washington, D. C. 

United States Marshal -Freder- 
ick Douglas (c). 

DEPARTMENT AND 
GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Treasurer of the United States— 
James Gilfillan, 



Commissioner of Internal Reve- 
nue - Green R. Raum. 

Comptroller of the Currency — 
John J. Knox. 

Commissioner of Agriculture — 
William G Le Due. 

Commissioner of Patents- Ellis 
Spear. 

Commissioner of Pensions— John 
A. Bentley. 

Commissioner of Education - John 
Eaton. 

Commissioner of Land Office — 
James A. Williamson. 

Commissioner of Indian Office — 
E. A. Hoyt. 

Congressional Printer— John D. 
Defrees. 

Superintendent of Coast Survey 
—Carlisle P. Patterson. 

Librarian of Congress -A. R. 
Spofford. 

Officers and Members of 
Congress. 

Officers of the Senate - William 
A. Wheeler, president ; George C. 
Gorham, secretary ; William J. Mc- 
Donald, chief clerk ; John R. French, 
sergeant-at-arms ; W. E. Creary, post- 
master ; George F. Dawson, librarian ; 
Rev. Byron Sunderland, chaplain. 

Officers of the House -Samuel J. 
I Randall, speaker; George M. Adams, 
of Kentucky, clerk ; John G. Thomp- 
son, of Ohio, sergeant- at-arms ; Chas. 
W. Field, doorkeeper; James M. 
Stewart, of Virginia, postmaster; Wil- 
liam D Hardy, librarian ; Rev. John 
Poisal, chaplain. 

Forty-Fifth Congress. 

Began March 4th, 1877, eDds March 
4th, 1879. Figures after Senators' 
names show the date when £erm ex- 
dires ; after representatives', show 
the number of district. Senators' 
names in italic. 

ALABAMA. 

George E Spencer 79 

John T. Morgan 83 

James T. Jones 1 

Hilary A Herbert 2 

Ji^re N. Williams 3 

Charles M, Shelley 4 

Robert F. Lisbon 5 

Goldsmith W. Hewitt fi 

Wm. H. Forney 7 

W. W. Garth 8 



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ARKANSAS. 

Stephen W. Dorsey 79 

Augustus II. Garland 83 

Lucien C Gaust- 1 

William F. Sleuions 2 

Jordan E Cr vens 3 

ThoniHs M Gutter 4 

CALIFORNIA. 

Aaron A. Sargent , .79 

Newton Booth SI 

Horace Davis 1 

Horace F Page 2 

John K. Luttrell 3 

Boniualdo Pacheco 4 

COLORADO. 

■Jerome B. Chaffee 79 

Henry M. Teller 83 

James B. Beltord 1 

CONNECTICUT. 

]\'m. II. Barnum 79 

Wm II. Eaton 81 

Geo. M. Landers 1 

James Phelps 2 

John T. Wait 3 

L^vi Warner 4 

DELAWARE. 

Thomas F. Bayard 81 

Eli Saulslwry S3 

James Williams 1 



Simon B Conover 79 

Charles IF. Jones 81 

Robert H. M Davidson 1 

H. Bisbee, Jr 2 



John B Gordon 79 

Ben II Hill 83 

Juliau bartridge 1 

Wm. E. Smith 2 

Philip Cook 3 

Heurj R. Harris 4 

Mdtou A. Camtler 5 

Jamei H. Blount, 6 

W. H. Ftdtou 7 

AlexamV r H. Stephens 8 

Hiram P. Bell 9 



Richard L Oglesby 79 

DjLvid Davis 83 

William Aldnou 1 

Carter H. Harrison 2 

Lorenz > Bremauo 3 

William Lttbrop 4 

Horatio C. Burcuard... 5 

Thos. J. Uenleisou 6 

Pnilip C. Hays 7 

8 



Greenbury L. Fort 

Thos. A. Boyd 9 

Benj imin F. Marsb 1(J 

Robert M. Kuapp 11 

Wm. N. Springer 12 

Thomas F. Tpt n 13 

Jos.ph G. Chdluu 14 

John R. Eden 15 

Wm. A. J. Sparks 1G 

Wm. K. M .nison 17 

William Hartstll 18 

Richard W. Towunbend 19 



Danid W. I oorhees 79 

Josejik E McDonald 81 

Bejoni S. Fuller 1 

Thomas R. Cobb 2 

G-orge A. Bicknell 3 

Leomdas Sexton 4 

Thomas M. Browne 5 

Milton S. Robinson G 

John Hanna 7 

Morton C. Hunter 8 

Michael D. White 9 

Wm. H. Calkins 10 

Jas. L. Evans 11 

Andrew H. Hamilton 12 

John H. Baker 13 



William B. Allison 79 

Samuel J. Kirkwood 83 

J. C. S^one 1 

iliiam Price 2 

Tueo. W. Burdick 3 

Nathaniel C. Deering 4 

Rush Claik 5 

Ez^kiel S. Sampson G 

Henry J. B. Cummings 7 

W. F. Sapp 8 

Addison Oliver 9 

KANSAS. 

Joh a J. Ingalls 79 

Preston B. Plumh 8,^ 

Wm. A. Phillips , £ 

Dudley C Haskell 2 

Thomas Ryan ,.,... 3 

KENTUCKY. 

Thomas G. McCreery 7'j 

James B. Beck. s:; 

Andrew R. Booue i 

James A. McKenzie 2. 

John W. Caldwell 3 

J. Proctor Knott 4 

Alberts. Willis \\\ 5, 

John G. Carlisle g 

J C. S. BlacKburn 7 

Milton J. Durham & 

Tdomas Turner 6 

John B. C ark kj 



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LOUISIANA. 

Jo ft. B. JShtslis 7 9 

Wm. Pitt Kellogg 8^ 

Randall L. Gibson * 

E. John Ellis 2 

Chester B Darrall 3 

John B Elam 4 

Vacant o 

Edward W. Robertson 6 



Hannibal Hamlin 81 

James G. Blaine 83 

Thomas B Reed 1 

Wm. P. Frye 2 

Stephen D. Li .dsev 3 

Lewellyn Powers -4 

Eugene Hale 5 

MARYLAND. 

George B Dennis 79 

Wm'. P Whyte 81 

Daniel M Henry 1 

Oas B. Roberts 2 

William Kimmell 3 

Thos. Swann 4 

Eli J. Henkle 5 

William Walsh 6f 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Henry L. Dawes 81 

George F. Hoar 83 

Wm . W. Orapo 1 

Benj. W. Harris 2 

Wal'bridge A. Fi*ld 3 

Leopold Morse -1 

Nathaniel P. Banks 5 

George H. Loring 6 

Beniamin F. Butler 7 

"William Claflin 8 

William W. Rice 9 

Amasa Noreross 10 

George D. Robinson 11 

MICHIGAN. 

Isaac P. Christiancy 81 ' 

Thomas W. Ferry.' 83 ' 

Alphens S. Williams 1 

Edwin Willits 2 j 

James H McGowan 3 

Edwin W. Kei^litley 4 

John W. Stone 5 

Mark S Brewer 6 

Omer D. Coneer 7 

Charles C. Ellsworth 8 

Jay A. Hnbbell 9 

MINNESOTA. 

Sillia J. B. McMillan 81 



J. H. Stewart 3 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Blanche K. Bruce (c) 81 

Lucius Q C. Lamar 83 

Henrv L. Muldrow 1 

Van H. Manning , 2 

Hernando DeS. Money 3 

OthoR. Singleton 4 

Charles O. Hooker 5 

James R. Chalmers 6 

MISSOURI 

David H. Armstrong 79 

Francis M. Cockrell 81 

Autbony Ittner 1 

Nathan Cole 2 

Lvnn S. M^ealfe 3 

Robert A. Hatcher 4 

Richard P Bland 5 

Charles H. Morgan 6 

Thomas T. Crittenden 7 

Benjamin Franklin 8 

David Rea 9 

Henrv M. Pollard 10 

John B. Clark, Jr 11 

John M Glover 12 

Aylett H. Buckner 13 

NEBRASKA. 

Algernon S. Paddock 81 

Alvin Saunders 83 

Frank Welsh 1 



John P. Jones 79 

Wm. Sharon 81 

Thomas Wrenn 1 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Bainhridge \\ adleigh 79 

E. H Rollins 81 

Frank J^nes 1 

Ja»-. F. Brigss 2 

Henry W. Blair 3 

NEW JERSEY. 

Theo F. Randolph 81 

J no. R. McPherson 83 

Clement H. Sinnickson 1 

Jno. Howard Pngh 2 

Miles Ross 3 

Alva A. Clark 4 

Augnstns W. Cutler 5 

Thomas B. Peddie 6 

Aug. A. Hardenbergh 7 

NEW YORK. 

Roscoe Conkling 79 



Wm. Wisdom 83 Francis Reman. . . . .81 

Mark H. Dunr.-U 1 James W Covert... 

Horace B. Strait 2 William D. Veeder 



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Simeon B. Crittenden 3 

Archibald M. Bliss 4 

Nicholas Muller 5 

Samuel S Cox 6 

Anthony Eickhoff 7 

Anson Gr. McCook 8 

Fernando Wood 9 

Abram S. Hewett 10 

Benj. A. Will** 11 

Clarkson N Potter ...12 

John H. K>tchani 13 

George M. B a ebee 14 

Stephen L Bfnvbem 15 

Terence J Qninn 16 

Martini Townsend 17 

Andrew Williams 18 

Amiziah B Jones. 19 

John H. Starin 20 

■Solomon Bnndv 21 

George A. Baglev 22 

W. J Raoor. . 23 

Wm. H. BaW . . > 24 

Frank Hiscock 25 

John H. Camp 26 

Elbridee G Lapbam 27 

Jere W. Dwight 28 

John N. Hnngerford 29 

E. Kirk Hart 30 

Charles E. Benedict 31 

Daniel M Lockwood 32 

G. W. Patterson 33 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Augustus 8. Merrimon 79 

Jilatheio P. Ransom 83 

Jesse J. Yat 9s . . . 1 

Curtis H. Brogden 2 

Alfred M. Waddel) 3 

Joseph J. Davis 4 

Alfred M. Scales 5 

Walter S Steele 6 

Wm. M. Bobbins 7 

Bobeit B. Yance 8 



Stanley Matthews 79 

Allen G. Thurman 81 

Hilton Sayler 1 

Henry B. Banning 2 

Miles Gardner. . . .-. 3 

N John A. MacMabon 4 

Americus Y. Rice 5 

Jacob D Cox 6 

Henry L. Dickey 7 

•Joseph W. Keifer 8 

John S. Jones 9 

Charles Foster 10 

Henry S. N*al 11 

Thomas E #ing 12 

Milton I. Soutfcard 13 

E B. Finlev 14 

Nelson H. Yan Yorhes 15 



Lorenzo Dan ford 16 

William McKinley 17 

James Monroe is 

•Tames A Garfield l'.i 

Amos Townsend 20 

OREGON. 

John II MitcheR 79 

LaFayette Grnver . . .83 

Richard Williams I 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

James Don Cameron 79 

Wm. A Wallace 81 

Chapman Freeman 1 

Charles ONeil 2 

Samuel J Randall 3 

Wm. D. Kfllev .. 4 

Alfred D. Harmer 5 

William Ward 6 

Tsaac N. Evans 7 

Hiestpr Clvmer 8 

A Herr Smith 9 

Samuel A Bridges 10 

Franci« D Collins 11 

Hendrick B Wright 12 

James B. Reilv 13 

John W Killenger 14 

Edward Overton, Jr. . 15 

John T. Mitchell 16 

Jacf bM. Campbell 17 

Willinm S Stenger 18 

L-viMaieh 19 

Levi A Mackey . . . . ; 20 

Jacob Turner 21 

Russell Errett 22 

Thomas M. Bavne 23 

Wm. S Shallenberger 24 

Harry White .25 

John M. Thompson 26 

Lewis H. Watson 27 

RHODE ISLAND 

Ambrose E Burn side 81 

Henry A- Anthony 83 

Benj. T. Eames 1 

Latimer W Ballou 2 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

John J Patterson 79 

M. C. Butler 83 

Joseph H Rainey 1 

Richard H. Cain 2 

D. Wvatt Aiken 3 

J. K. Evins 4 

Robert Small 5 

TENNESSEE 

Jame* E Bailey 81 

Isham G Harris 83 

James H. Randolph 1 

Jacob M. Thornberg 2 

Geo. G. Dihrel' 3 

Haywood Y. Riddle 4 



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John M Rright 5 

John F. House 6 

W. C. Whitthorne 7 

J. D 0. At). ids 8 

Wui P. <'*i,lwell 9 

H. Ca-ey Y .ring 10 

TEXAS. 

Sam B M ej 81 

Richard <'<>tit 83 

Join. H R nyaii 1 

Da\i I l> Oulbersoi 2 

J. W T roekiuorton 3 

Roy^r Q M ; lls i 

DeWitt C. Giddings 5 

Gustave Schleicher 6 

VEBMONT. 

.lustra S Morrill 79 

George F. Edmund* 81 

Charles H. Joyce 1 

Dud ley C. Denison 2 

George W. Hendee 3 

VIRGINIA. 

John W. Johnston 77 

Robert E U ithtrs 81 

R-verlv B. Douglass 1 

J >hn Goode. Jr 2 

Gilbert C. Walker 3 

Joseph Jorgensen 4 

George C. Cabell 5 

J. Randolph Tucker 6 



John T. Harris 7 

E t n>a Hnnton 8 

A. L. Prideinorr-. 9 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Frank Hertford 81 

Henry G Davis 83 

B-ijtur.u Wilson 1 

He i j ttnin F. Martin 2 

John E. Kenna 3 

WISCONSIN. 

Timothy 0. Howe 79 

Angus Cameron 81 

Cbarles G. William* 1 

L icien B. Caswell 2 

George C H^z-lton 3 

Wuj. Pitt Lvude i 

E I ward S. Bragg -5 

Gabriel B mck 6 

H. L Humphrey 7 

Tuad. C. Pound 8 

TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 

Arizona — Hiram S. S'evens 
Dakotah — J» fferson P. Kidder 
Idaho -Stephen S. F>nn 
Montana Martin Mayinni* 
New Mexico TiinidaJ Romero 
Utah George Q. Cannon 
Washington -Orange Jafobs 
Wyoming -William W C irlett 



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Boot and Shoe Maker 



QtTAlUfcarVHMI JkUi 



GOOD FIT and SATISFACTION. 



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Advertising I Department. 



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CALVIN FAY. 

A RCHITECTS AW 



DbWITT bruyn. 



^44**fc<M3j 




n 



O/^ce, i.9 ,S'o«f/< Broad St., near Bridge. 

B^,Will furnish Designs, Drawings and Specifications for public and private 
buildings of every description, and superintend their erection when desired. 

Bg^Plans of Suburban and Rural Designs carefully prepared and sent to any 
part of the country. 



G° 



^E,N & SE*. 



—THE— 



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LEASERS t ElSiP FEMES 



-IN- 



CLOTHING. 



PIONEER BOILER & SHEET IRON WORKS 



Jf^irr^s A. 



« 



if lord, 



22Q Marietta St., Atlanta, Ga. 

MANUFACTURES 

ioikrs, Buoarteii, 

Furnace Stacks, 

Blast Receivers and Pipes, Reservoirs 

for Water Works, Smoke Stacks, 

Tanks, Ore and Coal Barrows, 

Wrought Iron Cellar, 

Window and Area Grating. 




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S, V.-' - <^ to.: ■ :x> 






f^id up Cfkpitkl, $l8o,000. 

Banking lioom. 10 E. Wall St., Kimball House. 



Does a general Banking Business ; buys and sells 
Exchange, and makes Collections on all accessible points, 
at lowest rates. 



W. C. Morrill. 
Wm. Goodnow, 



DIRECTORS : 

Joseph Stephens. 
L. C. Jones, 
W. H. Patterson. 



Perino Brown, 
B. B. Crew, 




Of Atlanta* Ga. 

CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF GEORGIA. 



Paid up Capital, - 



- $200,000. 



<& am /,^// m^/^ce, J@*i**& I 'Vn*,. =£&. =^4s, (?WU-^ie*U. 

C. "V\7". Henderson, Ca.s3n.ier. "V\7"_"W. Clay ton., Asst. Ca.3la.ier. 



14 EAST -A.IjJLIB.A:m:.A. STEEBT. 



DIRECTORS : 

Camtbell Wallace, 
George Winship— -Winship & Bro., manufacturers. 
John White — President At ens National Bank. 
J. M. Veaeh — Merchant Miller, Adairsville. 
Jas. R. Wylie — Wholesale Grocer. 

Wm. A. Moore — Moore, Marsh & Co., wholesale dry goods. 
Ben. E. Crane — Langs ton & Crane, wholesale grocers. 
Jas. H. Porter — Porter & Meakin , machine shops. 
Clinton 1. Brown — Eddleman & Brown, boot and shoe manf rs. 
NEW YORK CORRESPONDENTS— National Parle Bank and Hanover Na- 
tional Bank. 

Collections solicited and returns prompt. 



Advertising Department. 



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Jas. R. Di Bose. 



Ed. R. DuBose. 



John S. I 'a uk's. 



New Cash Grocery Store & Commission House 



Jas. R. DuBose & Son, 

81 PEACHTRREE STREET, 
The only STRICTLY CASH house in the city. Our customers will have none 
of the debts of their delinquent neighbors to pay. Call and examine our stock 
and prices. Goods delivered to any part of the city. A choice line of CIGARS 
always on hand. 

CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED, 

sowars* a; GEEiiSxrar, 

Commissioner of Deeds for all the States. 



H. C. GLENN. 




19 Whitehall St., (up-stairs) Atlanta, Gau_ 

l|ygienic |fnstitn(e and ^urkish l|atli! 

Loyd Street, opposite Markham House, ATLANTA, GA. 

For the treatment of Chronic 
Diseases and prevention of all forms 
of disease, by remedies safe, pleasant 
and invigorating, excluding all that 
are debilitating and poisonous. Be- 
sides the HouAir Turkish Bath— 
the greatest luxury and curative of 
the age, and the only one South — some 
of the other agents are Swedish and 
Machine Movements, Inhalations, 
Electricity, Medicated Vapor., Roman, 
Shampoo, Warm and Cold Water, 
Douche, Shower, Spray and Needle 
Baths ; Sheet Packs, and every form 
I 1 , i of water bath. Also, Arkansas Hot 
| Springs Mineral Water of natural 
-" elements and temperature. 

Cures guaranteed in Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Female Disorders. Dyspepsia, 
and all diseases for which Hot Springs are resorted to. Separate Booms for ladies, 
and special attention to their diseases, which are cured without pain or exposure. 
Open every day. all hours, to both ladies and gentlemen. 

Water Baths. 25 Cents. Shampoo and Roman Baths, 
50 Cents- Directions for Home Treatment. 

JNO. 8TAIHBACK WILSON, M.D., m**** ™ charge- 




Advertising Department. 



MAE2 W. JOHNSON. I lEstsOslisli-ed. 18S8. | JOSEPH H. JOHNSON 

(late of Griffin, Ga.) 

Mark W. Johnson & Co., 

Dealers in and Agents for 



Farm and Sorgho Machinery, 

Fertilizers, Farm and Garden Seeds, 

Carriages, Wagons, Etc. 

ATLANTA, - - - GEORGIA. 

Brass Foundry I 

JAMES E* GUEEATT, Agent, 

Manufactures all kinds of 

Brass Castings and Anti-Friction Metals. 

Would call special attention to GULLATT'S ANTI-FRICTION 

METAL. as substitute for Brass. 

No. 23 S. Calhoun Street, ATLANTA. 



-a<gfc. 



WI LSON HOUS E, r 

« 

E. Alabama Street, Atlanta, Ga. 

Single Meals or Lodging, 5o cents. Transient, per day, 
$i.5o. Special Rates for Longer Time. 

J. L BUTE, - - - - ftoi 



A DVERTISINC! DEPARTMENT. 



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WWM WflMll 

The Largest and only Complete Dye Works South of New York 




James Loehrey, 

33year ®i WXkfQTQM&Xk a^zidL Cottoaa, Goods? 

Embracing Ladies' and Gentlemen's wearing apparel of every description, 
at the lowest possible figures, defying all competition either as to quality of work 
or price. 

He uses the purest and best dyes uft's, has the finest machinery, employs the 
most experienced workmen, and gives personal supervision to the work ; there- 
fore, he can turn out the very best, as this premiums will show. 

Goods received and delivered by express to and from all parts of thccountry. 

No. 45 East Hunter Street, Atlanta, Ga. 




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w\iwi J 'fi\ (^ atrona g c solicited if payments are 
'•.ral.1.1 made promptly.) 

MS Whitehall Street 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Dressed Bogs, Mutton, Veal, Beef v &c. 

Also dialer in LIVE STOCK, and 
proprietor of the Central Stock Yards. 

All orders filled promptly, and satis- 
faction guaranteed. 

Am prepared to slaughter and pack 
Hmrs in any quantify at short notice. 



Willi Wtffitf&S&SEM 



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AND MANUFACTURES OF 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Foreiga Fruits, Nuts, Etc., 

8 Whitehall Street, ----- Atlanta, Ga. 



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Advertising Department. 



ASTJIiJl.TXiTJ^^E) 



Flouring Mills* 



COB. HITJISrTEI?,& THOMPSON" STS. 



ATLANTA, 



GEORGIA. 



ESTABLISHED I860. 



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„ 1 ILrizie S;t^©et ?I ccr._ Fe,ach..tri§ B 



k?3i=Chemist to the " Department of Agriculture." %3i 

Address V. O. Box 303, ATLANTA. GA, 



.}. F. BUKKE. 



W. E. Monroe. 



L. 1). Campbell 



J. F. BURKE & CO., 



Proprietors of i.he 



GEORGIA SPICE MILLS, 

Manufacturers of and wholesale dealer* in 
Coffees, Baking Powder, Cream Tartar, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Saigon 
Bark, Table Sauce, Catsup, Ginger, Cayenne, Indigo, Soda, Flavoring Ex- 
tracts, Mustards. Allspice, Cloves, Mace, Peanuts, Teas, Grocers' Drugs, Etc- 
COFFEES, PEANUTS, and MALT roasted for "«' Trade. 
Solem ersof the Celebrated "TOWN TALK" Baking Powder. 

105 Pryor, corner Mitchell, - - ■ 



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ATLANTA, GA. 



Advertising Department 



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A. T. FINNEY, 

M \M I < . D CHE M.i R IN 

Carriages, Harness, 



ETC., ETC. 



Pactory : No. 12 S- Forsyth St-, opposite Capitol- Salesroom & Offioe : 15 S Broad St- 

■ A-T^ATOJ L, GA. 

TffO. 183 MARIETTA ST.. 

Wiiffoii-inaking,Blacksmithiiw & Horseshoeing 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Edge Tools, Mill Picks and Plows* 

JS^All kinds of Blacksmith Work done with perfect- satisfaction. 



JOHN M. SMITH, 

12 W. Alabama and 48 S. Broad St , ATLANTA, GA. 

g^lf Special and personal attention given to repairiug. 








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PLUMBER, STEAM AND GAS FITTER, 



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-DEALER IN- 



Stoves, Grates, Ranges, Heaters, Hollow-Ware, Pumps, 

Rams, Bath-Tubs, Water-Closets, Chandeliers, Gas 

Fixtures, House- Furnishing Goods and 

Metal Roofing, 

Corner Broad and Hunter Sts„ ATLANTA, GA. 



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A DVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




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ustom Hoot & Baiter Maker 



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No. 16 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Ga. 



A Perfect Fit GUARANTEED. 



Gents' Boots and Shoes always in Stock. 

Repairs Neatly Executed* 



W. S. BRAD BUR Y,C|ty Sign Painter 



2V, Alabama St- 

ATLANTA,GA- 

Imitations of all 
kinds of Woed and 

Marble. 

Superior Kalso- 
tninrag. 

Paper Hanging. 

Gildi "g, Sign 
and Banner Paint* 
ing a Specialty. 



F. S. GOLDEN, 

| Plow Mamif acttif er ; Boiler Maker g | 

Sheet Iron Worker, and Wrought Iron Fence Builder. 

Horse-shoeing and General Blacksmithing ; 

also Wagon Manufacturer. 

JVo. 596 MARIETTA STREET. 

ALL WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. GIVE ME A CALL. 




Advertising Department. 



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WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALER IN 

DOORS, BLINDS, SASH, 



®E$smmm) m&ms. 



Mouldings,Stair Railing,Newel Posts,Balusters,Mantels, 



WINDOW GLASS 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE, ETC. 

30 South Broad St., ° - - = Atlanta, G-a, 



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AND 



ESTAURANT. 

NO. 7 E. ALABAMA ST., 

^^Atlanta, Ga. 



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Asks the attention of the public to his business. He is offering very superior 
work at very low prices. All orders are promptly and faithfully attended to. 
Our friends are asked to consider our advantages and inducements before buying 
elsewhere, as we are confident we can give perfect satisfaction. 



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Advertising Depa htment. 



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House, Sign, Carriage, Fresco and Banner 



FRESCOING 

Churches, Halls and Dwellings a specialty. Theattical Scenery and Photographic 
Backgrounds made to order. Estimates given on all kinds of Painting. 



31 BROAD STREET, 



ATLANTA, GA. 



Wholesale and Setail Dealer in 




BUILDERS' 



"Material 



SASH, BLINDS, 

Brackets, Balusters 

33^SOVTH BROAD STREET, ATLANTA, GA. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. REASONABLE CHARGES. 

., -Serotype $ 
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BEHRENS, MEINKE& HARDERS, Prop> s . 



Manufacturers of Labor-saving Metal Furniture, Nonpareil and Pica Slugs, 
and Shaved Leads. 

First-Class "Wood Engraving Executed Promptly, and at Lowest Prices. 

Cor. Mitchell and Pryor Sts., SJEEeSMTS*, ®&, 



Advertising Department. 



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Rates, Two Dollars per Day. 

Is now opea for the reception of guests. This house is furnished in the very 
best style throughout, and will he first-class iu all its appointments, and as good 
as any in the South. The accommodations are unsurpassed, and satisfaction 
guaranteed in every case. The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully 
solicited. 

E. T. WHITE, A.gent, Proprietor. 



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PROPRIETOR ARCHER'S 



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—AND- 




STABLES. 



Nos 22 and 24 W. Alabama Street, 
No. 46 S. Forsyth Street, 
No. 55 S. Broad Street. 



GEORGIA. 



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Advertising Depa rtm en t. 



Ff ma k x , B mm * 



Wood 



Cabinet 




GENERA 



-AND- 




MAKER. 



DEALS IN ALL KINDS OF 

Metallic and Wooden Burial Cases and Caskets. 

His Goods arc the "Best and Sells the Cheapest." Ladies' and Gems' Robes of every 
description constantly on hand. 

CARRIAGES FURNISHED TO ORDER. 

4®-MODEL AND PATTERN MAKERS 

No. 26 W. Alabama St., - - - ATLANTA, GA. 



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CLINT TAYLOR, Prop r. 



54, 56, 58 and 60 South Pryor Street, 

ATLANTA, - GEORGIA. 



Advertising Department. 



97 



McMaught % Scrutchin, 

\\'iioi.]>ai,i-; and Retail Di:alki:s in 

li'lilli 




•oxx T SraLlSp Etc., 

Carti^e ki\d W^r^kfcW Wood Work, 

Sarven's Celebrated Patent and other Ready -Made 
Wagon, Carriage and Buggy Wheels, 

SADDLERY HARDWARE, 

Fairbank's and Howe Scales, 

86 and 88 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. 



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WM. McNAUCHT & CO., 

office, 86 Whitehall St., ... - Atlanta, Ga., 

Manufacturers of all 

f\ag lioolt, f^$wn and Colored papers 

B^This Book is printed on Paper of our Manufacture- °©a 

Highest market price paid for Cotton and Linen Rags, 
Bagging, White Paper Shavings, Manilla Papers, and 
other Paper Stock. 



98 



A I > VEinis [ \( ; I ) EPA RTM ENT. 



CHOEIlflM 



Uinld-lelrltlaJilell 



— Dealkk in— 

Metallic Burial 

CASES. 




Caskets 

—AND— 

Coffins 



Of all Sizes and Descriptions. 



$l£o %ei\t f(rf Tkyloi^ dot^e Preserve! 4 . 
No 1 DeGive's Opera House, ATLANTA, GA. 



TIHIIE 



GEORGIA REPUBLICAN 

One of the ablest and best Republican papers in the South. It is earnestly 
and ardently devoted to 

The Advocacy and Defense of Republican Principles, 

And to the Presentation and Development of the 

NATURAL RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH. 



TERMS: 

STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. 

One year $2.00. 

Six months 100. 

Three mouths . . 50. 

flg^-Reasonable inducements offered advertisers, and correspondence solic- 
ited. Address 

GEORGIA REPUBLICAN, 

ATLANTA, GA. 



Advertising Departmi 99 



5 £ 




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Manufacturers oi' 

Tags and Stationers' Specialties. 

DENNISON'S PATENT 

Shipping Tags 

AND DENNISON'S STANDARD 

MERCHANDISE TAGS 

In great variety and for Dearly every use. 

IDexxxiisqri's Tourist Tags for Tratrelers, | 

Stratum's Gummed Labels and Gummed Paper of all Colors ; Lejral and Notarial 

Seals; Folding and Fancy Ticket* ; Mentzel's Patent Suspension Rings; 

Dennison's Game Counters ; Wedding Cake Boxe- : Visiting and 

Playing Card Cases. Coin Wrappers, Etc., Etc. 

Dexx rsox's Targets for Rifle Practice. 

THE STAR COPYING PAD. 

Used with ordinary Copying Press and Book— snperior to all other devices for the 

inir of Letters. 

Phillip's and Steven's Hook and CUsp Tags ; Kimball's Self-Fastening Tickets ; 

Anderson's Improved Suspension Hooks : Postal Envelopes ; McGill's 

Paper Fasteners, a? manufacturers' discounts ; Dickinson's 

Rubber Binds; Dennisons Excelsior Sealing Wix, etc. 

T I ^S^s f 1^ P \PPI ){ \ Proprietors •« Globe" and Centennial Prise "Ex- 
lluoLT/ 1 A 1 LilVO. celaior." and importers of English Grass Bleach" 

ed and Pearl Blue, from the celebrated : n >9 mill. 

Proprietors of " SILV2R WHITE," best article for Polishing Silver, 

And Miller's "Jewelry Cleaning Casket,'' and "Silver White Casket."' 

Jeweler's Boxes, Jeweler's Cards, Pink and White Cotton, Fine Twines, etc. 

DJRDGGISTS 1 BOXES, Apothecarie-' Powder Papers and Counter Papers, Denni- 
son's Shaving Papers. 

All of our Goods are sold by Dealers every v. 

de^nt^iso^t <& co., 

1U Milk Street. Boston, 198 Broad iron. New Vorh, 

632 Chestnut St., riiil'a, 102 M<irtison Street, Chicago. 

169 finest., Cincinnati, 409 Washington JLve. f St. Louis. 



100 



Advertising Department. 



Longley & Hotinson 



Proprietors of 




PHCENIX 



Planing Mills, 



AND MANUFACTURERS OF 






^Z^ | 2V -i^2-> ^S*| -^ -"" 



AND ALE KINDS OF 



BUILDING MATERIALS* 

Having completed our facilities for manufacturing Doors, Sash and Blinds, 
we have again reduced our prices to a point that will defy all competition, and 
now ask the patronage of the public. We have spared no expense in the pur- 
chase of Improved Machinery, and have determined that no house, North or South, 
shall furnish Goods in our line, of the same quality, cheaper than we do. We 
also have on hand a large stock of Western made While Pine Goods, which we will 
sell at cost. 



FA' TORY— Corner Butler and Gilmer Streets. 
BALESROl i.M— 18 Loyd Street. 



ATLANTA, QA. 



£jol ADJjloiltjJJ Silverware Establishment. 



Er Lawshe'a Jewelry, Watch, (lock and 
Repairing a Specialty. 



SHOLBS 7 

Atlanta Directory. 



VOL. 2-18 7 8. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



ab above 

adv advertisement 

agt agent 

af alley 

asst assistant 

av avenue 

bds boards 

bet between 

bey beyond 

bkkpr bookkeeper 

bldg building 

elk clerk 

C colored 

com mer 

. .commission merchant 

cor corner 

dep deputy 



tlept department 

dist district 

E ore east 

es east side 

gen'l general 

ins i mm ranee 

lab laborer 

mkr maker 

miifr manufacturer 

nr near 

N. or n north 

ne northeast 

ns nortbside 

nw northwest 

opp -opposite 

P. postofflee 

pres president 



prin principal 

r residence 

rd road 

ret retail 

S. or s south 

se southeast 

,ss southside 

bw soutliwest 

sec secretary 

supt supintendent 

treas treasurer 

W. or W west 

W. E West End 

ws westside 

whol wholesale 

wid widow 

wks works 



A LL STYLES OF 

3TOO- 



Promptly and satisfactorily done by 

C W. MOTES, 32 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. 



ABB 



101 



ABB 



ABBOTT BENJAMIN F., lawyer, 49 Whitehall, r 225 
Whitehall 
Abbott Francis W., physician, r 30 Gartrcll 
Abbott James (c), lab, r 30 Gartrcll 
Abbott Lewis L. (Abbott & Bro.), r W. E 
Abbott Sarah E. Miss, dressmaker, 153 Walton 
Abbott William L. (Abbott & Bro.), r 172 Ivy 



COHEN & SELrG J THE ,KvSPr E KH?ii FL0WPR,CES - 



EXCURSION TICKETS - 



Resorts by the Keunesaw Koute. 



ABB 102 ADA 

Abbott cv Bro. (L. L. and W. L. Abbott), grocers, 64 and 66 

E. Alabama 
Abel Cornelius, brickmason, r 60 Castleberry 
Abraham August (Schindler & Abraham), bds 24 W. 

Garnett 
Accorsini Olinto, confectioner, 36 Marietta 
Ackerman Charles E., foreman Longlev & Robinson, r 193 

W. Mitchell 
Ackerman George, carpenter, bds 193 W. Mitchell 
ACKERMAN' JOSEPH V. B., merchant, r 242 Whitehall 
Acton Thomas M., traveling agt Constitution, r 136 W. Baker 
Adair Augustus D. (Adair & Bro.), r Washington, ne cor E. 

Peter- 
Adair Bozeman, farmer, r Green's Ferry av, W. E 
ADAIR GEORGE W., real estate agt, 4 E. Wall, r 461 W. 

Peters 
Adair Green B. (Adair & Bro.), r 71 Washington 
^Adair James A., ticket agt, Union Depot, r 48 W. Cain 
Adair John T., grocer, 48 Decatur 
Adair Mary C. Mrs., music teacher, r 72 Decatur 
Adair Robin, bkkpr G. W. Adair, bds 461 W. Peters 
Adair Willie Miss, hair work, 72 Decatur 
Adair & Bro. (A. D. and Green B. Adair), com mers, grain 

and fertilizers, 27 W. Alabama 
Adams Absalom Q., engineer W. & A. R. R., r ns Venable, , 

w of Simpson 
Adams Anthony (c), blacksmith, r Emma, sw cor Gray 
Adams Benson W., lab, r 330 Marietta 
Adams Charles (c), lab, r ns Hunnicutt, 1st w of Venable 
Adams Charles E., elk C. R. R., r 95 W. Mitchell 
Adams Elizabeth, wid George, bds 184 Marietta 
Adams Elizabeth, wid James, r 42 Green's Ferry av 
Adams George W. (c), porter Pullman Car Co., r 11 Collins 
Adams House, Airs. S. E. Adams, propr ; 40 Decatur 
Adams Hugh, elk Ga. R. R 
Adams Isabella, wid John, bds 1 62 Elliott 
Adams Joseph, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Adams J. M., train hand W. A: A. R. R 
Adams Lorenzo D., grocer, 367 Peachtree 
Adams Mary K., wid John, bds 76 X. Calhoun 
Adams Patrick, shoemaker, 444 Marietta 
Adams Pendleton C, fireman W. t£ A. R. R., r 66 Thurmond 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS S£ t Si e o°i!?. e best 



CASTTjE T?QCK r << \i. ' kkf;k. and Anthracite r oal9, at.J. 
Vs****-* * *■•■**■: «*i»»w wi*^ p C. KiMUAi.L's. »l Alabama. 



ADA 103 AKI 



Adam- Piter (e), porter, r rear 218 W. Mitchell 

Adams Robert T., bds Adam- Bouse 

Adam- K. Edward, elk C. If. R., r Decatur, Ga 

Adam- Sarah E. Mrs., boarding, 40 Decatur 

Adam-< m Charles Q. (Adamson & Son;, r w> Hill, nr Glenn 

Adamson Thomas, butcher, r 235 Wheal 

AdamsoD William R., asst guard State House, r 54 W. Simp- 
sun 

Adamson Z. W. (Adamson & Son), bds ws Hill, nr Glenn 

Adamson & Son iC Q. and Z. W. Adamson), grocers, 262 De- 
catur 

Adler Morris (Elsas, May & Co.), r 179 S. Prvor 

Adler Moses Jr. (Elsas & Adler) r 17!) S. Pryor 

Aenchbacher Gotlieb A., cabinetmkr L. H. Hall & Co., bds 
90 Jones av 

AGRICOLA HERMAN A., baker and confectioner, 57 
Decatur 

Aguero Eliza J. Mrs., dressmkr, r 153 Walton 

Akin Francis M. C, brick mason, r 36 Stonewall 

Air-Line House, E. D. Cheshire, propr ; 49| S. Forsyth 

Akers Charles (c), porter T. M. Clarke & Co., r 154 X. But- 
ler 

Akers Elbert (c), hostler St. R. R. Co 

Akers George W. (Akers & Bros.), r 53 Wheat 

Akers Giles (c), wks RoUing Mill 

Akers James, bkkpr, r 42 W. Peters 

Akers James I el, lab, r Edgewood, - of Gra., R. R 

Akers James K. (Akers & Bros.), r county 

Akers James S., bkkpr J. Ben. Wilson & Co., r Kirkwood 

Akers John H., printer Dodson & Scott, r 78£ Whitehall 

Akers Lumpkin (c), lab, r 101 Jones 

Akers Mollie E., wid W. J., r 78J Whitehall 

Akers Reuben (c), carpenter, r 69 Hayden 

Akers Robert (c), lab, r 30 Mitchell 

Akers William (c), lab, 8 rear 102 N. Collins 

Akers William T. (Akers & Bros.), r Vining Station, W. «V 
A. R. R 

Aker- & Bros. (W. T., G. W. and J. K. Akers), millers, 21 
S. Broad 

Akin Elizabeth, wid Richard, r -- W. Fair, e of limits 

Akin- Lucy, wid Henry, r 171 Luckie 

Akins Richard, brickmason, r 25 W. Mitchell 

J"^«3> -m /r-Z ~W AO Shorter by the- M. & C. R. R. than by 
J <_^ I l/£i Mi* "^^* any other route to ml point- west. 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta dally for Washington by the 
KENNESAW KOUTE-Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

ALB 104 ALE 

Albert William J., lawyer, bds 199 Jackson 

Albright Mina, wid Albert, r 55 W. Hunter 

Albritton Sarah E., wid Mathew, bds 268 W. Peachtree 

Aldredge John (Sanders & Aldredge), bds 125 Thompson 

Aldredge Nancy, wid Stephen, r 125 Thompson 

Aldredge Nathan G., policeman, r 165 Luckie 

Alexander Allen (c), porter, r 98 Walton 

Alexander Dennis (c), lab, r es Windsor, s of Crumley 

Alexander Freeman (c), lab, r Grant, sw cor Fair 

Alexander Henry (c), shoemaker, 1 6 S. Broad, r 45 ' Hilliard 

Alexander Henry S. (Broomhead & Alexander), r ss W. Fair, 

nr limits 
Alexander Isaiah H. (c), shoemaker, 117 E. Hunter, r 93 

Reed 
Alexander Jacob C, elk, bds 28 E. Cain 
Alexander James F., physician, 5 S. Broad, r 8 Wheat 
Alexander John (c), lab, r 245 Crew 
Alexander John (c), lab, r ws Terry, nr E. Fair 
Alexander John W. (Broomhead & Alexander), r 49 Ira 
Alexander Johnson (c), porter, r 14 Valentine 
Alexander Joseph M. (Dunn, Ogletree & Co.), r West End 
Alexander Julius M. (J. M. Alexander & Co.), r 163 Peach- 
tree 
Alexander Junius (c), (Alexander & Green), r es Randolph, 

2d s of E. Harris 
Alexander J. A., elk, bds 163 Peachtree 

Alexander J. M. & Co. (J. M. Alexander and ), hardware, 

40 Whitehall 
Alexander Lawrence G. (Alexander & King), r 5 W. Ala- 
bama 
Alexander Lewis (c), mason, r 188 Markham 
Alexander Martin (c), shoemaker W. H. Tines, r 37 Frazier 
Alexander Sarah A., wid A., r 163 Peachtree 
Alexander Thomas Mrs., r ws Abbott, s of Thrasher, W. E 
Alexander William (c), barber National Hotel, r rear 169 

Jones 
Alexander William (c), lab, r 7 Irwin 

Alexander William (c), wks C. R. R., r rear 71 W. Mitchell 
Alexander & Green (c), (Junius Alexander and H. Green), 

blacksmiths, Ivy, cor Line 
ALEXANDER &KING (L. G. Alexander and F. King), 
physicians, 5 W. Alabama 

PDikll/ V Dl II CV GENERAL UNDERTAKER, 
rnANIV A. OLILtl, 26 W. Alabama (Seepage 96.) 



Clocks and Jewelry. l-'.r Lawshe, 17 Whitehall £ 
* supply you throngb manofaetorers, at bottom price*. 



ALF 105 ALL 



Alford .IuM.pl, S., bkkpr W. II. Brotherton, bds 31 W. Gar- 
nett 

Alford , tax collector, bds 76 S. Forsyth 

Alfriend Frank EL, 6 Whitehall, bds 183 McDonough 

Allen Ada Miss, wks M. Marcus, r 104 Elliott 
Allen Alexander M., bkkpr W. S. Wilson & Bro., bds ( annon 
Bouse 

Allen Alunzo (c), lab, r 49 Rolling Mill 

Alien Amos (c), lab, r 178 E. Ellis 

Allen Andrew (c), carpenter, r 387 Houston 

Allen A. (c), porter J. F. Burke & Co., r 197 W Hunter 

Allen A. L , bkkpr J. C. Wilson, bds 64 E. Mitchell 

Allen Bartow, elk E. T. Allen, bds 98 McDonough 

Allen Berry (c), carpenter, r \vs Randolph, nr Irwin 

Allen Columbus M., finisher J. A. Gifibrd, bds 5-4 Hayden 

Allen Daniel (c), cook National Hotel 

Allen David C, pass elk A. & C. A-L. Ry., bds Markham 

House 
Allen Dexter W. (Ballard & Allen), r 43| S. Broad 
Allen Edward (c), cook Markham House 
Allen Elias C, grocer, 84 Peachtree, r 166 Simpson 
Allen Elisha T., grocer, 102 McDuuough, r 98 McDonough 
Allen Elijah (c), lab, r 249 Jones 
Allen Eliza, wid Peter, r ws Tumlin, n of Marietta 
Allen E., wid Cullen, r 27 W. Garnett 
Allen Frederick, elk D Steinheimer, r Pryor, cor Hunter 
Allen George, fireman W. k A. R. R 
Allison George W. (c), lab, r 313 Fair 
- Allen George \V., engineer A-L. Ry., r 6 X. Bell 
Allen George W., fireman, r 28 Victoria 
Allen James M., helper, r 2 State 
Allen James O., lumber dealer, r 100 Jackson 
Allen, John S. A., machinist Porter & Meakin, r 54 Harden 
Allen, J. M., watchman W. & A. R. R., r 16 South 
Allen Levi (c), drayman, r 426 Whitehall 
Allen Lewis (c), carpenter, r 377 Houston 
Allen Luke (c), carpenter, r 377 Houston 
Allen Mack, waiter S. \V. Allen 
Allen Samuel (c), lab, r rear 75 Pratt 
Allen Singleton W., machinist Winship & Bro., r 175 W. 

Foundry 
Allen Thomas, elk, bds 76 S. Pryor 

S^CHTS' SUI^E ALL STZ H33, « COHEX & SELIG'S, 



WHITEHALL. 



TPrj'D "F"R "FTf TTT 1 Ra, ? s to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 



Anderson, General Freight Agent. 



ALL 106 AND 

Allen Van Buren (c), lab, r 60 W. & A. R. R 
Allen Washington (c), drayman, r ss Gordon, nr limits, W. E 
Allen Wvatt (c), lab, r 249 Jones 
owf Allen W. B., engineer W. & A. R. R 

Allensworth James, elk T. A. Robinson, bds 65 Collins 
Allensworth Jennie F. Mrs., matron Xat. Surg. Inst 
Allensworth John C, asst surgeon Xat. Surg. Inst., r 65 X. 

Collins 
Alley Alvin R., physician, 14 Whitehall, bds 33 M. Forsyth 
Alley Frederick, r 92 S Butler 
Allison George (c), wks A. & W. Pt. R. R 
Allman Nathan (c), lab, r 101 Fraser 
Allred Pinina, wid James, r ss W. Fair, e of limits 
Alston Robert A., opr W. U. Tel. Co., r29 Cooper 
Alston Susan, wid Peter, r 27 Cone 
Ambrose Martin, elk A. Murphy, bds 98 Decatur 
Anient George W. 5 elk Jack & Holland, r 237 W. Hunter 
American Gymnasium, B. A. AVarlick, pres; J. H. Harris, 

sec ; AValton, se cor Forsvth 
AMERICAN LUBRICATING OIL CO., W. B. Pierce, 

manager; 74 Peachtree 
a/ Ammons A., engineer A-L. Ry, r es Moore, nr Hunter 
Amos Alexander (c), porter J. T. Hagan, r 26 Ira 
Amos Anderson (c), lab, r nr 457 Whitehall 
Amos Jacob (c), drayman Nunnally, Hallman & Co., rear 30 

Richardson 
Amorous Martin, bkkpr, A. Murphy, bds 98 Decatur 
'ff Anderson Andrew J., engineer W. & A. R. R., r 162 Elliott 
Anderson Annie, wid William, r 78 Walker 
Anderson Archibald S., bill poster, bds 531 Marietta 
Anderson David (c), carpenter, r ns North av, e of Fort 
Anderson David L, (J. H. Anderson & Co.), r Roswell, Ga 
Anderson Fletcher, elk W. Laird, bds 203 Rawson 
Anderson Floyd (c), wks Ga. R. R., r 274 Decatur 
Anderson Frank (c), waiter Mrs. M. A. Watts 
Anderson George T., captain of police, r Air Line House 
Anderson G. Whit, county jailor and deputy sheriff, Fulton 

County, r county jail 
Anderson Henry (c), waiter Markham House, r 127 Wheat 
Anderson Henry (c), lab, r ns Rawson, e of Fraser 
Anderson Ishy C, hatter, bds 531 Marietta 
Anderson James, grocer, r Marietta, n of limits 



HKST GRA II', Sll \M AND IU,A( K-MI I H'S CO M.S. I ■ V l.ll>llll Of 

car-load.. J. C. KIMBALL. 54 Alabama, and 7*2 Marietta. 

AND 107 ANG 

Anderson James A. (Anderson & Bro.), Jonesborough, Ga 
Anderson James H. (J. H. Anderson & Co.), r 74 Whitehall 
Anderson John (e), wks Rolling Mill, r 105 Tat nail 
Anderson John, 2d Hent Co. K., 18th Inf., r U McPherson 

Barracks 
Anderson John J., box maker, r 301 E. Hunter 
Anderson Julius (c), porter J. Broad 
Anderson J. H. & Co. (J. H. and D. L. Anderson), agrl 

implts and cotton niers, 16 Loyd 
Anderson J. R., conductor W. ev: A. R. R., r Ringgold, Ga 
Anderson Lewis (c), gardener L. P. Grant, r Glynn, bel 

Grant and Hill 
Anderson Margaret A. Miss, dressmaker, 74 X. Pryor 
Anderson Mary I. Mrs., seamstress, r 47 Loyd 
Anderson Nancy Mrs., grocer, es Fraser, s of Hunter 
Anderson Reuben B., finisher Eddleman & Brown, bds 301 

Hunter 
*/fe Anderson Robert A., gen'l frt agt W. & A. R. R., bds 09 Mc- 

Donough 
Anderson R. (c), helper A-L. Ry 
Anderson Sarah, wid James, r 176 Marietta 
Andorson Stephen (c), lab, r 137 Ivy 
Anderson William W. (Anderson & Bro.), r 78 Walker 
Anderson & Bro. (J A and W. W. Anderson), grocers ret, 147 

W: Peters 
Andre William E., feeder Elsas, May & Co., bds 1 Magazine 
Andrews Andrew (c), lab, r rear 157 Decatur 
Andrews Ansley B., elk J. F. Edwards, r 108 Marietta 
Andrews David (c), wks R. S. Greer, r rear 157 Decatur 
Andrews Ezra, saddler, r 313 S. Pryor 
Andrews E. H., bds 182 S. Forsyth 
Andrews Fannie, teacher Storr's School, r 104 Houston 
Andrews James G., U. S. Ry P. O. elk, bds Markham House 
Andrews John, lab, r ss Ga. R. R., nr Grant 
Andrews Mattie F. Miss, teacher Crew St. School, r 313 S. 

Pryor 
Andrews Squire (c), wks Rolling Mill, r 41 Victoria 
Andrews Thomas, carpenter, rns Dewald al, w of Whitehall 
Andrews William (c), waiter National Hotel, r rear 157 De- 
catur 
Angerman Fred, elk Kimball House 
Angier Alton, elk, bds 72 Marietta 

rni-^, 'Xjf' i* f\ Try 13 is thoroughly equipped, arfd FIRST" 
"J./IH5 iT-JL« QC V» *V» -**-• CLASS in every reaped. 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

ANG 108 ARM 

Angier Clarence, with Walton, Whann & Co., bds Markham 

House 
ANGIER EDGAR A., lawyer, 16 Whitehall, r 35 Crew 
ANGIER NEDOM L-, mayor of Atlanta, office 40 S. Broad, 

r 89 E. Mitchell 
Anglin John S. (Anglin & Hines), r 213 Hayne 
Anglin & Hines (J. S. Anglin and W. H. Hines) grocers, 220 

Marietta 
Annis Charles S., carpenter, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
A/ Ansley Clifford W., elk A-L. Ry, bds National Hotel 
Ansley Henry, lab, r 30 S. Broad 
ANSLEY HENRY G., auditor and local treas A. & C. 

A-L. Ry., r Decatur, Ga 
Ansley Jackson (c), lab, r 65 King 

Ansley Jesse A., real estate agt, 28 Peachtree, r Decatur, Ga 
Ansley Lemuel H., grinder Sou. Agrl Works 
Anston Green (c), blacksmith, r 67 Fort 
Anthony Adolphus (c), drayman, r 209 Martin 
Anthony Anselm L., r 440 Whitehall 

Anthony David (c), porter Ives & Thomas, r 159 Markham 
; Anthony James X., engineer A-L. Ry., r 144 Luckie 
Anthony Martin (c), driver H. T. Cox & Co., rill Irwin 
Anthony William (c), lab, r es Lee, n of Gordon, W. E 
APPLER DAVID W., gen'l western agt Central R. R. of 

Georgia, 3 S. Pryor, r 288 Peachtree 
Appleton George, cabinetmkr, r 127 E. Harris 
Appling Edward J., bds 132 S. Forsyth 
Appling Moses (c), lab, r 370 Collins 
Arbola Joseph, elk Mrs. M. Arbola, rill Whitehall 
Arbola Mary Mrs., grocer, 111 Whitehall 
Archer Calvin C, machinist Porter & Meakin, r 198 Decatur 
Archer Jefferson, elk, bds 198 Decatur 
Archer John C, elk M. L. Bridwell. r 166 Decatur 
Archer Narcissa N. Mrs., boarding, 8 W. Mitchell 

Archer , elk, bds 33 N. Forsyth 

Ardis Julia E. wid John S., r 52 McDonough 

Ardis Payson L., elk, bds 52 McDonoogh 

Arie Daniel (c), lab, r 159 Markham 

Armistead John (c), lab, r rear 106 North av 

Armor James E. (J. E. Armor & Co.), bds National Hotel 

Armor J. E. & Co. (J. E. Armor and J. W. Winfield, agt), 

grocers 33 W. Mitchell 

T7*»rt v»l»- V "Dlili-i-.-r c ;,n so " COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 

J 1 allK J\.. Ijlllcy any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (bee p. 98.; 



The Arundel Spectacle L^tfSB&flitf^t £ 23^ 



is u 



ARM 109 ATK 



3 Armstead Joel C, transfer elk G. R. R., r 349 Decatur 
Armstead Lizzie, wid James, r 119 Spring 
Armstrong Benjamin (e) driver, r 12 Thompson 
Armstrong Henry, barber, 17 Peach tree, and elk E. Cahn, bds 

391 Whitehall 
Armstrong James, bds Fnlton House 
Armstrong Jane Mrs., seamstress, bds 82 S. Pryor 
Armstrong Joseph, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 25 Victoria 
Arm«trong Mary Mrs., bds 37 N Calhoun 
Armstrong Sarah, wid Jackson, bds 10 VV Garnett 
Armstrong William S., physician, 64 Whitehall, r 126 Wash- 
ington 
Arnold Frank A., lawyer, 8 S. Broad, r 428 E. Fair 
Arnold Joseph (c), helper Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Arnold Loretto, wid Thomas, r 428 E. Farr 
Arnold Mary, wid William, r rear 16 Randolph 
Arnold Oliver (c), porter, r 56 C. R. R 

Arnold Reuben, lawyer, 8 S. Broad, r Peachtree rd, by limits 
Arnold Samuel (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Arnold Scott (c), lab, r 16 Fuller 
Arnold Thomas D., elk, r 428 E. Fair 
Arnold William M., cabinet mkr, 127 S. Forsyth 
Asburv Dennis (c), farmer, r 347 Mangum 
Ash Robert (c), blacksmith Rolling Mill, r rear 313 W. 

Mitchell 
Asher Maria L., wid T. H., r 19 Mechanic 
Asher William C, physician, r 394 Marietta 
Ashford William (Moore, Marsh & Co.), r 70 N. Pryor 
Ashley Joshua S., grocer, 186 Marietta 
Ashley Samuel S. Rev., pastor First Cong. Church, and editor 

Georgia Republican, r 104 Houston 
ASHLEY W. G. doors, sash, blinds, and all kinds of build- 
ers hardware, 33 S. Broad. (See page 94.) 
Ashworth Alonzo B., elk J. S. Raine, bds 118 Gilmer 
Ash worth Thos R., gas fitter J. Warlick & Sons, r 1 18 Gilmer 
Askew Thomas (c), printer C. W. Motes, r 34 W. Garnett 
Askew William (c), cook, r 180 Markham 
Askins Elijah (c), lab, r 162 Elliott 
Askins Samuel (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Atkins William (c), drayman, r 210 E. Cain 
Atkins William (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 25 Chatta- 
hoochee 

T — r/*-*\ <r-l -| l-p-I — > "X7" A Large assortment at COHEN A, SELIG S. 

■ I V J E--» ' ^ ■ t "^ J JL - 83 WHITEHALL. 



TT\ QTTf TTT5TT Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE 
X \J O -E^ U XX Hi KEIVJVESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 

ATK 110 ATL 

Atkinson Amelia Miss, bds 37 Powers 

Atkinson Eliza A., wid R. A. L., bds 69 Forrest Av 

Atkinson James F., soldier, r ns Green's Ferry av., w of lim- 
its, W. E 

Atkinson Mary H., wid John, r 62 Havnes 

Atkinson M. F., bds 132 S. Forsyth 

Atkinson Robert E., cabinet mkr, bds 62 Havnes 
^ Atkinson Robert H., time keeper W. & A. R". R., r 69 For- 
rest av 

Atkisson Frank, asst surgeon 18th Inf., r McPherson Bar- 
racks 

Atlanta Benevolent Association, John Milledge, pres; 81 E. 
Alabama 

ATLANTA BIBLE SOCIETY, Gov. A. H. Colquitt, pres ; 
S. D. McConnell, sec ; J. S. Stewart, treas ; repository 2 
and 4 S. Pryor 

Atlanta Board of Underwriters, J. G. King, pres; J. A. 
Whitner, sec ; Centennial Building, Whitehall, cor R. R 

ATLANTA BRASS FOUNDRY, James E. Gullatt, agt; 
23 S. Calhoun. (See page 88.) 

Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Ben. E. Crane, pres ; J. J. 
Toon, sec ; 44 E. Alabama 

ATLANTA CITY BREWING CO . W. H. Tuller, pres; 
Joseph Fleishel, sec and treas ; office 8 W. Hunter 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY, A. E. Sholes, publisher; 
office 24 S. Broad 

Atlanta Cornet Band, 65* S. Broad 

Atlanta cotton Factory, h. i. Kimbaii, P res; 

R. B. Bullock, treas; Samuel Stocking, sec; G. P.Harris, 
supt; 160 to 172 Marietta 
ATLANTA ELECTROTYPE FOUNDRY, Behrens, 

Meinke & Harders, proprs ; Mitchell, ne cor Pryor. (See 

page 94.) 
ATLANTA FLOURING MILLS, Henry Lewis, propr ; 

35 and 37 Thompson, cor Hunter. (See page 90.) 
Atlanta Gas Light Co., T. G. Healy, pres ; J. H. Mecaslin, 
^ sec and treas ; office 21 Whitehall, works W. c£ A. R. R., 

s of Thurmond 
Atlanta High School, W. F. Slaton, prin ; 47 Washington 
Atlanta Ice Manufacturing Co. A. Howell, receiver ; Wall, cor 

Peachtree 
Atlanta Independent, A. L. Harris, propr ; 8| Marietta 

C!TJT?nDC!TJTT3 t >3 C!TTTT3TC< Combine Economy, Ele- 
lOllIlUrioIllIlL O ioHlillio gance and Comfort. 



THF RFQT CO Al ^ at lowest prices .«tj. C KIMBALL'S, 
IMC. DLOl UUMLO 54 Alabama and 72 Mi. rietta. T 

ATL HI A US 

Atlanta Medical College, J. T. Johnson, dean; Jenkins, nw cor 
Butler 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal, Dr. J. G. Westmore- 
land, editor ; 14 Loyd 

Atlanta Medico Chirurgical Society, G. G. Crawford, M. D., 
pres ; 12 Whitehall 

ATLANTA MUSIC HOUSE, G. P. Guilford, 52 Whitehall 

ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK, A. Austell, pres; W. 
II.Tuller, cashier; P. Romare, asst cashier; 15 E. Ala- 
bama. 

ATLANTA REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Marcus A. Bell 
c\: Son, proprs; Centennial Bldg, 3| Whitehall. 

Atlanta Republican, W. L. Clark, editor and propr; 9 E. 
Hunter. 

ATLANTA ROLLING MILL CO., V. R. Tommey, pres; 
William Goodnow, gen'l manager; T. W. Chandler, sec 
and treas; 492 and 494 Marietta. (See back paster,) 

ATLANTA SAVINGS BANK OF GEORGIA. S. B. 
Hovt, pres; L. J. Hill, cashier; Pryor, nw cor Wall 

Atlanta "Stone Pump & Pipe Co. (W. J. Warlick, C. Tread- 
well and R. Bird), mnfrs stone pumps, 6 Loyd. 

ATLANTA ST. R. R. CO., R. Peters, pres; J. W. Culpep- 
per, treas; E. C. Peters, supt; office 49 Line 

Atlanta Turn Verein, F. Stieglitz, pres; 6 Whitehall 

ATLANTA UNIVERSITY, Edmund A. Ware, pres: ter- 
minus of W. Mitchell 

ATLANTA WATERWORKS CO., W. G. Richards, supt; 
office 6 E. Wall 

ATLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIR-LINE RAILWAY, 
ff / H. W. Sibley, pres; C. H. Peirce, sec and treas; G. J. 
Foreacre, gen'l manager; H. S. Ansley, auditor and local 
treas; offices 56 Wall, cor Loyd 

Atlanta & West Point R. R, Co*., L. P. Grant, supt; W. P. 
( )rme, sec and treas; 32 Loyd 

ATWATER E. D , r269 Peaehtree 

Auerbach Joseph, with Regenstein & Kutz, r 76 S. Pryor 

Austell Alfred, pres Atlanta Nat. Bank, r 80 Marietta 

Austell Building, Decatur, ne cor Pryor 

Austin Bloomer H., accountant, r 407 Whitehall 

Austin Charles H., with W. W. Haskell, bds 407 Whitehall 

Austin Crawford (c), lab, r 297 Randolph 

Austin Henry (c), carpenter, r es Holland, s of Wells 



"O A OOTT'TVTr*T?T>0 *3-0 W KST with fewer changes via 2V£. tSa 
iAobUjiN iTJllltO C R- H.. than by any other route. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave ALaa- 
ta daily via KENNESA „ ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

AUS 112 BAG 

Austin John T. P. (Clarke & Austin), r 107 Decatur 
Austin Joseph M., agt, r 79 Stonewall 
f]/ Austin William C. (c), wks A-L. Ry., r 330 N. Calhoun 
Austen Nannie Miss, teacher Summer Hill School, bds 29 

Houston 
Auten Richard M. (Biggers & Auten), r 29 Houston 
Autry Raford, lab, r 65 Castleberry 
Autry Thomas J., lab, bds 65 Castleberry 
Avary Archibald, druggist, 52 Peachtree, r Decatur, Ga 
A vary Thomas C.,clk A. Avary, r Decatur, Ga 
Averett Aaron (c), waiter Markhum House, r 11 Church 
AVERY B. F. & SONS. Louisville, Ky. plow works; W. L. 
P. Wiard, tjupt branch warehouse, Alabama, sw cor For- 
syth 
Avery Isaac W., private sec Ex. Dept, r 10 Warren Place 
Awtry John L., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r Hunnicutt, 

ne cor Venable 
Aycock Katie, wid Jesse, bds 147 S. Pryor 
Ayres Wm. H. (Bobo & Ayres), r 114 Marietta 



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EWARE OF COPYING AGENTS, 

AND SEND YOUR OLD PICTURES TO 

O. "W". MOTES, 

Who will copy them in superior style and guarantee satisfaction. 

No. 32 Whitehall Street. 

BABER HENRY (c), lab, r ns Anderson, nr Grant 
Baber James M., physician, 50 Stonewall 
Backus Elizabeth, wid Gilberry, r 117 Chapel 
Backus Green F., brickmason, r 33 Mangum 
Backus Joseph W., brickmason, bds 117 Chapel 
Backus J. Manson, brickmason, bds 117 Chapel 
Backus Thomas, brickmason, r 14 Wells 
Bacon Georgia M., wid T. J., r 2 Warren Place 
Badger Charles (c), brewer, r 185 E. Cain 
Badger Ralph, dentist, 8 h Marietta, r 182 Luckic 
Badger Robert H. (c), dentist, r 18 Clifford 
Badger Roderick D. (c), dentist, 37 Peachtree, r 46 E. Harris 
Badger Roderick D., Jr. (c), lab, r 46 E. Harris 
Bagby John W., machinist Longley & Robinson, r 154 Decatur 

UNDERTAKING IIsr ^frfc I&MF&e^B* 31 ^ 



FOR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches al Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. EFt. LAWSHE. 

BAG 113 BAK 

Bagby William J., machinist, r es Moore, nr E. Hunter 

Bagbv William K., agent, r es Moore, nr E. Hunter 
Bailey Albert P., elk Simmons, Hunt & Gilbert, r ns W. Har- 
ris, 1st e of Hayden 
Bailey Alexander (c), mason, r es Fraser, s of Crumley 
Bailey Charles (e), waiter R. G. Thompson 
Bailey Coke S., teacher, r 15 Means 
Bailey Dorsey (c), lab, r 38 Williams 
Bailey George (c), brickmason, r 68 E. Ellis 
Bailev George (c), lab, r 56 Church 
Bailey Henry (c), barber, 6 W. Mitchell, r 31 Reed 
Bailey Henry (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Bailey Humphries (c), lab, r ns Richardson, e of Martin 
Bailey Julian T., with T. S. Lewi- 
Bailey J. B., wks Greeson <Sz Stevens 
Bailev Samuel (c), porter Ex. Dept, r 76 X. Collins 
Bailey William B. (c), trunk maker, r ss Currier, e of X. 

Calhoun 
Bailey William H., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 20 Bush 
Bailey Willis L. (c), drayman, r rear 160 E. Ellis 

Bailey , carpenter, bds 76 S. Forsyth 

Bain Donald, tailor, r 16 Connelly 

Bain Donald M. (Morrison, Bain & Co.), bds Markham House 
Baird James B., physician, 63 AVhitehall, r 1 19 E. Mitchell 
Baird John B., clk*Ex. Dept, bds 134 Peachtree 
Baird Mary, wid J. B„ bds 119 E. Mitchell 
BAIRD, see also BEARD 

Baker Alexander H., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 10 S. 
Butler 
'/Baker Augustus (c), r ns E. Harris, 1st w of Rolling Mill 
Baker Benjn min, (c), lab, r 106 Tatnall 
Baker Charles, engineer A-L. Ry 
Baker Charles, mason, r 457 Whitehall 
Baker Dennis (c), shoemaker, r 75 Humphries 
Baker Duncan, wks J. Hirshberg & Co., bds 94 S. Pryor 
Baker Gustavus (<•). boiler cleaner W. & A. R. R 
Baker Henry J., elk, bds 457 Whitehall 
Baker James Rev. (<•), pastor Springfield Baptist Church 
Baker Jesse (c) lab, r rear 106 North av 
Baker John C, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 17 X. 

Calhoun 
Baker John J. clerk D. C. McPhee 

at COHEN & SELIC'S 



IBUHES JJIB YAMS1S 



23 Whitehall. 



'OR INFORMATION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WREXX, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

BAK 114 BAX 



/V Baker John W., conductor A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 12 Jennings al 
Baker R. M. (c), painter, r 62 Milliard 
Baker Samuel (c), porter H. C. Sawtell, r 67 E. Mitchell 
Baker Samuel F, carpenter, bds Fulton House 
Baker William F., clerk, r 66 N. Forsyth 
Baldwin Edward A., asst cht Fire L>ept, bds 51 S. Forsyth 
Baldwin Elizabeth A., will William, 51 S Forsyth 
Baldwin Frank S., elk Crane, Boylston & Co., bds 31 X. 

Pryor 
Baldwin James T., with Cox, Hill & Thompson, r 50 Peach- 
tree 
Baldwin James H. Lieut., regtl Q. M. 11th Inf., r 33 McPher- 

son Barracks 
Baldwin Margaret J. Mrs., r 65 W. Foundry 
Baldwin Martha, wid William, r 123 Fraser 
Baldwin Rebecca, wid Joseph, r 120 S. Forsyth 
Ball Frank M., bricklayer, r ss Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Ball James M., office 3 S. Pryor, r 161 McDonough 
Ball John X., painter, r Connally, bet Fair and Jones 
Ball Lucy, wid James, bds 310 Whitehall 
Ballard Adolphus G., elk Ballard & Allen, bds 43 E. Ellis 
Ballard Josephine W., wid B., r 76 X. Forsvth 
Ballard J. Oscar, butcher J. O'Neill, r 305 E. Fair 
Ballard William M., lab, r 168 C. R. R 
" Ballard William W., baggage master, r Union Depot 

BALLARD WILSON J. (Ballard & Allen), and transfer 

and gen'l baggage master Union Depot, r 113 E. Ellis 
Ballard & Allen (\V. Ballard and D. W. Allen), restaurant, 

Union Depot 
Ballocchi Tito C., fruit vender, Wall, cor Pryor, r 37 E. Alabama 
Bancroft George, grocer, Marietta, bey limits 
Bancroft J. C, shooting gallery, bds National Hotel 
Bandelow Rudolph, electrotyper Behrens, Meinke & Harders, 

bds Berron House 
Bangert Charles, wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 66 E. Harris 
Bangert Mary Mrs., grocer, 66 E. Harris 
Bank of the State of Georgia, F. M. Coker, president; W. L. 

Peel, cashier; Marietta, nw cor Peachtree 
Banks Henry (e), lab, r 134 E. Harris 
Banks Henry Sr. (Banks & Co.), r 118 Peachtree 
BANKS JAMES, lawyer, room 2,6 Whitehall, r 113 Peach- 
tree 

lgj| and Styles of SHIRTS are made at 
\?3> Shropshire's Shirt Factory. 



Tnciflp Pnrl? Hnsl "pp™™! i, y thousands, always the cheapest in 
wdoUlC luU'vii UUil, market. J. C. KIMBALL, 54 Alabama. 

BAN 115 BAB 



Banks James \\\, yard master C. R. R., r 13 Rock- 
Banks J. T., M. D., prof Atlanta Med. College, r Griffin, Ga 
Banks Lewis (c), lab, r 303 X. Fort 
Banks Lindsley (c), lab, r 134 E. Harris 
Banks Patrick (c), lab., r 233 Richardson 
Banks Peter (e), carpenter, r 128 Elliott 
Banks Peter H. (V), lab, r 96 Gray 
Banks Robert (c), lab., r 173 E. Ellis 

Banks Robert L., porter R. A. Hemphill, r Spring, nr Cain 
Banks William (c), truckman W. & A. R. R 
Banks William L., jeweler Er Lawshe, bcls 23 Spring 
Banks Wyatt (c), lab., r G6 Hilliard 
Bank- & Cox ( H. Banks and J. W. Cox), boots and shoes, 37 

Peach tree 
Bankston Creed T., farmer, r es Reed, s of Crumlev 
Bank^ton Joseph C, lab, r 281 Fraser 
Bannon William. J., painter, r 163 Gilmer 
Barber George (c). hostler Street R. R. Co 
Barber William (o), lab, r 217 Fraser 

Barckey Joseph, tailor, Alabama, bet Whitehall and Pryor 
Bargan Bridget Mrs., grocer, 152 Decatur 
Barker Brader, with T. M. Clarke & Co., r 50 Peachtree 
Barker George, bricklayer, r 286 Decatur 
Barker Thomas X. teacher Moore's Sou. Business University, 

r 228 S. Pryor 
Barksdale Richard, r 42 Bradbury 
Barnaby Mary E. Mrs., seamstress, r 168 C. R. R 
Barnard Charles H.. machinist Porter & Meakin. bds 40 X. 

Forsyth 
Barnard Francis, trav agt, r 144 Loyd 
Barnard George A., engineer, r 5 E. Ellis 
Barner August, hostler, bds 33 Hull 
Earner Moses (c), cook C.J. Weinmeister, r 119 Luckie 
Barnes Abraham L., engineer, bds 406 Marietta 
Barnes Amanda L., wid William, bds 50 X'. Calhoun 
Barnes Annie M. Miss, editor and propr The Acanthus, r 

country 
Barnes Edward (c), machinist, r ns E. Harris. 4th w of Rolling 

Mill 
Barnes James J., produce and com mer, 49 E. Alabama,bds 77 

Decatur 
Barnes Lovic P. (Bomar & Barnes;, r 222 W. Fair 

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-^U^ *T"^ M C J f \^s leain tnc auvaut.ii.ej offered tijr the M. & «. . K. it. 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

BAR 116 BAS 

Barnes Sarah M., wid J. F., r 38 Jones av 

Barnes Thomas W., policeman 

Barnes William P., r419 Whitehall 

Barnes Willis, dairy, r ss Brick, w of Peters 

Barnett Addison F., lawyer, bds 16 Powers 

Barnett Marion, elk J. A. Watson, bds 10 W. Mitchell 

BARNETT NATHAN C, sec of State, State House, r 16 

Powers 
Barnett Stewart M., bds 16 W. Powers 
Barnhart F. H., 1st lieut Co. E., 18th Inf., r 31 McPherson 

Barracks 
Barnum Xathan (c), waiter Markham House 
Barnwell Charles F. bkkpr M. C. & J. F. Kiser & Co., r 

205 Luckie 
Barnwell Valentine T., music teacher, 205 Luckie 
Barr Henry C, cashier Sou. Ex. Co., r 218 S. Prvor 
Barr John W., bkkpr D. H. Do ugherty, bds 79 S. Pryor 
Barrell Joseph, lab, r 82 Elliott 
Barret James S., r Luckie, nr Alexander, 
A/' Barrett Charles A., engineer W. & A. R. R 
Barrett Emily C, wid Joseph L., r 230 Luckie 
Barrett Isaac G., carpenter, r 87 S. Broad 
Barrett John R., lab, r 77 Mayes al 
Barrett Joseph M., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Barrett Robert G., conductor A-L. R. R., r ns W. Fair, w of 

Forsyth 
Barrett Vason M., bds 230 Luckie 
Barrett William 1., agt, r 30 Rock 
VBarrick B. F., engineer W. & A. R. R., bds 65 Peachtree 
Barron Charles (c), bottler Brown & Ryan 
Barrow Thomas J., driver St. R. R. Co., r 143 Foster 
Barry Charles M., cotton buyer, r 172 Decatur 
Barry Edwin, elk Moore, Marsh & Co., bds 20 Cone 
Barry John A. (Moore, Marsh & Co.), r 170 Decatur 
Barry Robert L. (Moore, Marsh & Co.), r Covington, Ga 
Barton C. J., printer Constitution, r 46 Ivy 
Barton John W., elk T. A. Robinson, bds 83 Rawson 
Barton Robert H., watchman A-L. Ry, r 508 Decatur 
Barwald David, trav agt, r 149 Mangum 
Barwald Morris (J. Hirshberg<fe Co.), r 226 S. Pryor 
BASKETTE, CLAIBORNE A., with SHOLES DIREC- 
TORIES, 24 S. Broad, bds National Hotel 

Burial Shrouds and Robes I* x 6 ^LimT^n^er. ( see P .96.> 



P3T A "RT TQTTPn IX l8 *°* Hr Lwshe'a Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 
XjO L rlDLllOIluJJ Bil^erware Establishment Repairing a specialty. 

BAS 117 BE A 

Baskiu Annie Miss, r ws Bush, nr Gray 

Baskin Zachariah.gasfitter, r ws Bush, ur Gray 

Bass Henry (c), porter P. Breitenbucher, r rear Forsyth, cor 

Garnett 
Bass Howard L, printer Constitution, bds 35 Tatnall 
- 7 Bass James M., engineer W. & A. R. R., r 36 W. Simpson 
Bass Joseph B. (c), physician, 64 Decatur, r same 
Bass Mary, wid W. F., r 35 Tatnall 
Bass Walter B., civil engineer, r 24 S. Broad 
Bass W. A., teacher Boys High School, r county 
Bassell Richard (c), lab, r 108 Mark ham 
Bassell William (c), lab, r 88 Mays al 
Basset Henry (c), barber W. D. Hutchins, r 49 Thompson 
Bagwell Barnev, bkkpr J. C, Baswell 
BASWELL JOHN C, saloon, 16 Marietta, bds Hunter, cor 

Prvor 
Baswell" William P., bds 32 N. Forsyth 
Bateman Claiborne, mer, r ss Ga. R. R , Edgewood 
BATES ANDREW, lawyer, 40 Marietta 
Bates Edwin (Edwin Bates & Co.), r New York 
Bates Edwin & Co. (Edwin Bates and — ), whol clothing, 2 and 

4 S. Pryor 
Bates Henry (c) lab, rill X. Collins 
Bates Robert F., 1st lieut. Co. G., 18th Inf., r 7 McPherson 

Barracks 
Battle John C, elk, r 233 W. Fair 
Battle Loudon (c), lab, r ws Formwalt, s of Richardson 
Battle Seaborn (c), drayman, r 93 Jones 
Battle Vinson (c), driver, r ws Formwalt, s of Richardson 
Baugh Lewis (c), farmer, r 36 Humphries 
Baughan Benjamin, painter, r 27 Stonewall 
Baughman Sallie, wid A. W., r 142 S. Forsyth 
Bauldin Henry E. (c), physician, r 98 X. Calhoun 
Bayfield Jackson (c), wks J. M. Smith, r Valentine, e of Wheat 
Bayless X. H., trader, 51 Loyd 

Beach Aaron J., wks Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, bds 144 Mc- 
Donough 
Beach John A., blacksmith A. T. Finney 
Beach Solomon S., physician, r 144 McDonough 
Beach Solomon W., elk A-L. Rw, r 144 McDonough 
Beach William J., bkkpr A. C. & B. F. Wylv, r 181 E. 
Hunter 

C| ATUIMP IN LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS, a* 
Lm\J I HIllLl COHEN & SELIG'S, » Wuhehall. 

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THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

BE A 118 BED 

Beadles Henrv (c), pedler, r 13 Chapel 
Bealer E. J. W., wid G. B., r 77 Chapel 
Beall Courtney (c), trader, r 85 Houston 
Beall Egbert, elk D. H. Dougherty, bds 79 S. Pryor 
M Beall Eugene W., train hand, bds Wilson House 

Beall Noble P., elk Muse, Swift & Gregg, bds Wilson House 
Beall S. C, wid John S., bds Wilson House 
W Beall William W., engineer, bds Wilson House 
Beaman Cesar (c), wks Harrison & Bro., r 173 Fort 
Bean Robert L., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds 167 

Jones 
Bear Max J., elk, r Whitehall, se oor McDaniel 
Beard William W., painter, r 171 Fort 
BEARD, see also BAIRD 
Beardin Aaron E., trav agt, bds 23 Collins 
\' Beardsley Charles, train dispatcher W. & A. R. R., r McDon- 

ough, nw cor Glenn 
Bearfield Jackson (e), painter, r 28 Valentine 
Beasley James (c), lab, r 6 Grady 
Beasley Matilda (c), wid James, r 66 Walker 
Beatie David A. (Jones & Beatie), r 152 McDonough 
Beattie William H., shoemkr, r rear 234 Decatur 
Beavers Jordan (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Beavers Joseph, polisher Sou. Agl. Wks 
Beavers William C, wks W. & A. R. R., r 300 Mangum 
Bechtoldt Edward, baker, r Fraser, se cor Richardson 
Bechtoldt Josephine Mrs., baker, Fraser, se cor Richardson 
Beck Adam (c), driver, r 43 Mays al 
Beck Alexander, agt, 64 E. Alaoama, bds 184 Haynes 
Beck Alfred (c), lab, r ws S. Pryor, s of Clarke 
Beck Elizabeth S., wid John, r 272 W. Peachtree 
Beck Eugene, bds 272 W. Peachtree 
Beck Lacy (c), shoemaker, 99 Decatur , 
Beck Lewis H. (Tommey, Stewart & Beck), r 42 Cooper 
Becker E., baker, bds Fulton House 
Becker Victor H. elk N. A. Ice Co., r 338 Whitehall 
Beck with John W. Rev., episcopal bishop of Ga., r 158 S. 

Pryor 
Bedell Sarah A. Mrs., bds 50 Walton 
Bedell William A. (J. Ben Wilson & Co.), r 50 Walton 
Bedford Harbert H., shoemkr Eddleman & Brown, r 30 

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BED 119 BEL 

Bedford Harper (c), coachman W. P. Inman, r Cone, cor 
Spring 

Bedford Ruins («•'), drayman J. It. Wylie, r rear 190 Peachtree 

Beebe , printer, bds 14 W. Mitchell 

Beermann Charles (Beerman & Kuhrt, and Beermann & 
Hape), r98 Whitehall 

Beermann Charles G., elk Beermann & Hape 

Beermann & Hape (C. Beermann and S. Hape), restaurant, 
13 E. Alabama 

BEERMANN & KUHRT (Charles Beermann and H. G. 
Kuhrt), cigars and tobacco whol and ret, 1 Whitehall, and 
Decatur, se cor Peachtree 

Beethoven Society, DeWitt Bruyn, sec; Marietta, se cor For- 
syth 

Behrens J. H. (Behrens, Meinke & Harders), r 199 S. Pryor 

BEHRENS, MEINKE & HARDERS (J. H. Behrens, W. 
J. Meinke and C. W. Harders), proprs Atlanta Electrotype 
Foundry, Mitchell, nw cor Pryor. (See page 94.) 

Beiter Louisa, wid Theodore, bds 89 E. Ellis 

Belcher Barney G., wks A-L. Ry 

Belcher Collins H., lab A-L. Rv., r es Savannah, nr Ga R. R 

Belcker Edwin, elk U. S. Ry. M. S 

Belcher Jacob (c), lab, r ws X. Butler, 1st n of E. Cain 

Belcher Peter (c), lab, r ws X. Butler, 1st n of E. Cain 

Belcher Thomas C. (c), wks Gas Lt. Co., r Simpson, bey limits 

Belden J. C, helper A-L. Ry 

Belding Nancy, wid Jasper, r es Moore, nr E. Hunter 

Belding W. J., carpenter Longley & Robinson 

Belger James Maj., post Q. M., r 21 McPherson Barracks 

Bell Adam, elk, r 51 Alexander 

Bell Allen J., elk Comptroller General, r 223 Luckie 

Bell Charles M., baggage master W. & A. R. R., r 130 Luckie 

Bell Emma Mrs., boarding, 67 X. Pryor 

Bell Frederick (F. Bell & Co)., r 235 Ivy 

Bell F. & Co ( F. and J. S. S. Bell), sewing machines, 31 Marietta 

Bell George (c), lab, r 12 George 

Bell George F. Gen., chief commissary of subsistence Dept of 
South, bds Markham House 

Bell George K., elk R. G. Thompson, bds 67 Pulliam 

'Bell James L., conductor A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 78 Elliott 

Bell John (c), blacksmith, r rear 169 Jones 

Bell John (cj, lab, r 110 Crew 

TTT O T%. /r-n 1 *~^*^4 Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. than by 
Jf m~% 1V1 M I C^?^^fc any other route to ail points Wert. 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

BEL 120 BEL 

Bell John S. S. (F. Bell & Co.), r 235 Ivy 

Bell Joseph (c), porter Kimball House 

Bell Knoble P., elk, bds Wilson House 

Bell Lewis (c), porter, r rear 20 Foster 

Bell Madison, lawyer, r 30 Alexander 

Bell Marcus A. (Marcus A. Bell & Son), r 216 X. Collins 

BELL MARCUS A. & SON (Marcus A. and Piromis H 

Bell), Atlanta Real Estate Agency, 1 Centennial bldg, 3£ 

Whitehall 
Bell Margaret, wid W. R., r 130 Luckie 
Bell Margenins A., lawyer, 18 Whitehall, r 79 Pulliam 
Bell Maria E., wid Heurv, bds 72 E. Peters 
Bell Mary E., wid W. M., r 115 Ivy 
Bell M. E„ wid Dr. G. G., bds Callaway House 
Bell Parmelia, wid Jasper, r 67 Pulham 

Bell Piromis H. (Marcus A. Bell & Son), bds 216 N. Collins 
Bell Richard (c), lab, r 40 Green's Ferry av 
27? Bell S. L., conductor W. & A. R. R., r Greenwood Station 
^ Bell Thomas, helper A-L. Ry 

Bell Thomas (c), porter Wilson House, r 2 Grady 

Bell Thomas D. machinist, r 37 Bell 

Bell T. H., ticket auditor W. & A. R. R., bds 42 W. Peters 

Bell Thomas T. (c), lunch room, 11 Mitchell, r 9 Maple. 

BELL WALTERS., lumber dealer and contractor, 26 Line, 

cor Pryor, r 69 Pulliam 
Bell William, conductor Pullman Car Co., r Lowe, se cor 

Magazine 
Bell William (c), lab, r rear 29 E. Baker 
Bell William D., bkkpr W. S. Bell, r 67 Pulliam 
Bell William E. (c), shoemkr, Peters, s\v cor Forsyth, r W. E. 
Bell William H., grocer, 270 Marietta, r 78 Elliott 
Bell William J., cabinet mkr, r ws W. & A. R. R., Bellwood 
i $ Bell William W., engineer C. R. R., r 95 AV. Mitchell 
Bellah Jeff D. with John Ryan 
Bellah John (c), lab, r 23 Magazine 
Bellah Lloyd (c), lab,r 23 Magazine 
Bellah Sarah, wid James, r 200 Jones 

Bellinger James P. (Langston & Bellinger), r 299 X. Collins 
Bellingrath Albert (Hunnicutt & Bellingraths), r 199 Crew 
Bellingrath Edward C, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, 

bds 119 Ivy 
Bellingrath Leoenard (Hunnicutt & Bellingrath), rll9 Ivy 

FINE COFFIHS and CASKETS *V9r3jSE£ ^page^ 



radio T^nclr Tnal the cleanest and cheapest in market. 
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and 72 Marietta 



BEL 121 BER 

Bellsaw Albert (c), lab, r 169 Fort 

Belhvood Baptist Church, Rev. J. Z. Bush, pastor; ss Mayson's 

Ferry rd, Belhvood 
Bender Charles, butcher, 115 Whitehall, r wa Humphries, n 

of limits 
Bender Fred, elk J. Lagomarsino, r 46 W. Hunter 
Bender Lewis, fireman W. & A. R. R., r 57 W. Foundry 
Bender William, saloon and boarding, 46 to 50 W. Hunter 
Benedict Charles (Furchgott, Benedict & Co.), r Jacksonville, 

Fla 
Benjamin Lucy, wid Sidney, r 123 McDonough 
Benner H. H. 1st lieut Co. C, 18th Inf., r 2 McPherson 

Barracks 
Bennett Americus (c), lab, r 116 E. Cain 

Bennett Benjamin F. (V P. Sisson & Co.), r 126 McDonough 
Bennett Frances S. Mrs., r ns James, e of \V\ Peters 
Bennett Henry, driver Street R. R. Co., r 39 Peaclitree 
Bennett Isham (c), lab, r 38 Crowfoot alley 
Bennett John B., elk J. A. Watson, bds 110 S. Forsyth 
3 1 Bennett John W., engineer, r 145 Ga. R. R 

Bennett Joseph, engineer Ga. R. R., r 52 Ga. R. R 

Bennett Lewis, blacksmith and wagon maker, 113 J>ecatur, r 

72 Butler 
Benson Martin (c), hostler J. F. Redd, r 56 Church 
Bentley Joseph (c), carpenter, r es Jennings al, s of Jones 
Benttey Joseph (c), shoemkr, 16 McDonough, r 11 Jennings al 
Bentley Lewis, (c), shoemkr, 272 Decatur 
Bentley Moses H. (c), (Bentley & Minor), r 49 May's al 
Bentley ife Minor (c),(M. H. Bentley and J. Minor), barbers, 14 

Peach tree 
Benton Isabella A., wid B. E., r 39 Church 
Bergstroin Andrew M. (Bergstrom & Co.), r 23 W. Mitchell 
Bergstrom & Co. (A. M. Bergstrom and O. F. Owen), printers 

27 E. Hunter 
Berkelle George, gardener, r ws Humphries, nr Hunt 
Berkele John (Heinz & Berkele), r 328 Whitehall 
Berron House, Peter Berron, propr; 10 and 12 X. Forsyth 
BERRON PETER, propr Berron House, 10 and 12 X. For- 
syth 
Berry Boyles (c), waiter W. W. Boyd, Jr 
Berrv Charles (c), wks Jack & Holland 
BERRY EUGENE M., druggist, 14 Whitehall, r 79 E. Ellis 

II A T^ A Al C^ f* A SO at bottom pries at COHEN & 
HATS AND CAHO SELIG'S, 23 WHITEHALL. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville. PTJLT.liAN PALACE CARS leave At.aa- 
ta daily via KEXNESA rv ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

BER 122 BIL 

5'V Berry Frank M., engineer, r 79 E. Ellis 

Berry George M., engineer A-L. Rv., r 79 N. Calhoun 

Berry James M. (c), brickmason, r 162 C. R. R 

Berry James M., painter, r 67 Stonewall 

Berry Joseph (c), lab, r 85 Thurmond 

Berry Joseph M., painter, r ns Greens Ferry av of limits 

Berry Julius (c), shoemkr J. Westmoreland, r 130 Crumley 

BERRiT MARK, whol and ret boots, shoes, leather and find- 
ings, 33 Peachtree, r 47 Walton. (See index to adv.) 

Berry Maxwell R., contractor, r 47 Walton 

Berry Orrin (c), wks Jack & Holland 

Berry Stephen (c), lab, r 43 Parsons 

Berry Warren (c), waiter National Hotel 
/V Berry Woodson X., engineer, r 14 X. Calhoun 

Berry Zachariah (c), wks National Hotel, r 58 Fairlie 

Berry man Joseph L., carpenter, r 277 X. Calhoun 

Bert Robert (c), shoemaker, 16 S. Broad 

Bethel African M. E. Church (c), Rev. R. A. Hall, pastor; 
ns Wheat, e of X. Calhoun 

Bethel George (c), wks M. Cargile, r 203 Clarke 

Bethel Isham (c), grocer, 5 Greens Ferry av 

Bettie William H., shoemkr Eddleman & Browm, r 226 
Decatur 

Bettis Joseph, butcher, 259 W. Peters, r es W. Peters, s of 
Fair 

Betts William (c), barber, 1 78 Decatur 

Beutell Huss M., stair builder W. &. A. R. R. r 159 Haynes 

Beyer Martin, grocer 92 Decatur 

Bidgood Tully W., painter, r 46 W. Peter 

Bigbee Alexander (c), cook Beerman & Hape 

Bigbee John (c), lab, r 10 W. & A. R. R 

Bigbee Pompey (c), lab, r ss Henry, w of Elliott 

Biggers Stephen T. (Biggers & Auten), r 65 Luckie 
rj Biggers Willis R., paymaster A. & C. A-L. Ry, office Wall, 
cor Lovd, r 1 10 Mangum 

BIGGERS & AUTEN (S. T. Biggers and R. M. Auten), phy- 
sicians, 77 Peachtree 

Bigham Elias L., carpenter, r 34 Gartrell 

Bigham James, collector, r 112 Gilmer 

Bilbro Charles R., elk Morrison, Bain & Co., bds Walton, cor 
Fairlie 

Billings C, printer Sunny South, r 102 Washington 

^nTRnP^nTTRF'^t ^UTTPT^ ar ® mad - e especially for the party who 



orders them. 



FOR l tood Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewe'rv or Watches at nottom Vig 
Ores, call at 47 Whitehall Street. EFt LAWSHG. 

BIL 123 BLA 

Billingslea L. Clinton, com mer, r 146 Luckie 

Billups Al. C, asst sec Y. M. L. A., bda 33 X. Forsyth 
/\] Billups Robert, baggage master A. cv. W. Pt. R. R., r Deca- 
tur, Ga 

Billups William (c), wks T. G. Eiswald, r 51 Fulton 

Bingham Charles (c), lab, r 10 Mangum 

Birch Henry (c), carpenter, r 62 C. R. R 

Bird Cary (c), lab, r ns Trenhelm, w of Peters 

Bird David (c), lab, r 31 Crumley 

Bird Dun (c), barber K. Watts, r Calhoun, cor Harris 

Bird George (c), butcher, r ss Wells, w of Holland 

Bird Irwin, grocer, 12 Marietta, r ss Gordon, wof Lee, W. E 
/VBird Joseph (c), wks A-L. Ry., r 239 Rolling Mill 

Bird Mitchell H. (c), grocer, 92 Houston 

Bird Xelson (c) lab, r es Ga. R. R., nr Grant 

Bird Berry (c), driver Ballard & Freeman, r 88 Crew 

Bird Philip (c), carpenter H. Coles, r 9 Newton 

Bird Robert (Atlanta Stone Pump & Pipe Co.), bds Air Line 
House 

Bird Samuel (c), lab, r ss Ga. R. R., nr Grant 

Bird William (c), barber, r 119 E. Harris 

Bisbee Robert E., pres Clark University, r 377 Whitehall 

Bishop Charles, shoemaker, 39 S. Broad, r ns Pine, 2d s of 
Calhoun 

Bishop Elizabeth, wid Peter, r 101 Pulliam 

Bishop John C, foreman Longley & Robinson, r ss Fulton, 
w of Pulliam 

Bishop John L., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co 

Bishop John Y., boiler mkr, r 146 Jones 

Bishop Josephine Miss, with Constitution, r Pine, cor Merritt's av 

Bishop Thomas T., patentee, bds 75 Washington 

Bizell Emma, wid Seaborne, r 1 1 8 Luckie 

Black Charles, polisher Sou. Agrl Wks 
V Black Elias, carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 35 Rock 

Black Eugene P., elk, W. & A. R. R., r 179 Ivy 

Black George, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Black Henry M. Cal., post commandant, r 23 McPherson Bar- 
racks 

Black John, molderW. S. Withers 

Black John W., trader, r 51 Loyd 

Black Lawson, register in bankruptcy, 61 E. Alabama, r 64 
Spring 

ZBuL-yiiaLg; Ticltets "\^7"©st> 
learn the advantages offered t>y the M. <fc C\ R. R-. 



lULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNKSAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 



BLA 124 BLO 



Black Thomas F , elk, bds 64 Spring 

Black William W., law student, bds 64 Spring 

Blackburn James (c), carpenter, r es Holland, s of Wells 

Blackburn Richard (c), lab, r 31 Castleberry 

Blackburn Thomas H., porter B. F. Avery & Sons, r 64 Man- 
gum 

Blackburn William (c), lab, r 181 S. Forsyth 

Blackburn Williams S., agt, r 64 Mangum 

Blackman James M. M., machinist Porter & Meakin, r 12 
Moore 

Blackman John, plasterer, bds ss 2d, e of Fort 

Blackman Peter (c), lab, r 137 N. Calhoun 

Blackmon Augustus, bricklayer, bds ss Xorth av, n of Fort 

Blackmon James, r ss Xorth av, e of Fort 

Blackmon James A., bricklayer, bds ss Xorth av e of Fort 

Blackshere J. E., elk Singer Mnfg. Co., bds Cannon House 

Blackstock James E., car driver, r 176 W. Peters 

Blackwell Xancy, wid David, r 24 Ga. R. R 

Blair Joseph (c), lab, r rear 442 Decatur. 

Blair William S., dairy, r 33 Brick w of Peters 

Blake Archibald (c), teacher, r es Crew, s of Crumley 

Blake F. (c), porter Pullman Car Co 

Blake Henry (c), lab W. S. Wilson & Bro 

Blake Joseph (c), wks A-L. Ry., r 66 Richmond 

Blalock Joseph, elk Jack & Holland, bds Collier House 

Blalock Samuel A., elk Bomar & Barnes, r 55 S. Forsyth 

Blalock Sarah, wid Wilburne, r 33 Glenn, e of Martin " 

Blanchard Edward R., carpenter Tray n ham & Lewin, r 253 
Alabama 

Blanchard Peter (c), lab, r 10 Randolph 

Blanchard Moses C, ins agt, 52 Whitehall, r 145 W. Mitch- 
ell 

Bland Green (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Blanton Benjamin (c),lab, r9 Biggers 

Blecklev Loeran E , judo'e Supreme Court, r 187 Peachtree 

BLILEY FRANK X-, undertaker, 26 W. Alabama. (See 
page 96 ) 

Block Frank E., confectioner, 24 E. Alabama, r 109 Mc- 
Donough 

Blocker Daniel W., grocer, 71 Chapel 

Blodgett Foster Mrs., bds 72 Marietta 

Blodg«i:t John F., route agt U. S. Ry M. S., bds 92 Luckie 

Cheapest Undertaking Pl.^i!i^wH^Mseep.s*) 



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Alabama. 



BLO 125 BOL 

Blodgett Tom I\L, elk, route agt U. S. Ry M. S., bds 92 

Luckie 
Bloodworth Litt J., elk, S. M. Inraan & Co., bds 132 S. For- 
syth 
Bloomfield Michael, stone mason, r 79 E. Hunter 
Blount Albert (c), lab, r 252 Haynes 
Blount Bartow M., with Sou. Agrl Wks 
Blount John, lab, r 138 Walton 

Blount J.hn Jr., blacksmith W. & A. R. R. bds 138 Walton 
Blount Joseph E., physician, r 142 W. Baker 
Blount Matthew, machinist, r 47 N. Collins 
Blount Michael N., elk C. R. R., bds 138 Watson 
Blount Patrick J., barkpr R. J. Loyall, r 47 N. Collins 
Board of Education, Hon. Joseph E. Brown, pres; High 

School Building, Washington, cor Mitchell 
Board of Health, A. J. Pinson, chairman; office 156 W. Peters 
Board of Police Commissioners, G. T. Dodd, pres; 47 S. Pryor 
Boatwright John B., cabinet mkr M. T. Castleberry, r 70 N. 

Butler 
Boaz Russell G., mer, r 61 W. Harris 
Bobo Willis G. (Bobo & Ayres), r 114 Marietta 
Bobo & Ayres (W. G. Bobo and W. H. Ayres), grocers, 114 

Marietta 
Bodie Elizabeth, wid Bennett, bds 83 N. Pryor 
Bodie Tiney A. Mrs., dressmkr, 188 Marietta 
Body Guy (c), lab, r 135 Magazine 
Bodv Guy Jr. (c), lab, r 135 Magazine 
Body Valentine (c), wks Rolling Mill, r 104 Gray 
Boettcher Richard, barkpr H. Werner, r 357 W. Peters 
Boggs John D., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 7 Fowler 
Boggs AYesley A. railmkr Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 7 Fowler 
Boggus Thomas, foreman W. & A. R. R 
Bogo-us Virginia, wid T. B., r 186 Luckie 
BOHNEFELD CHARLES, undertaker, 37 Marietta. (See 

page 88.) 
Bohneteld Herman, r 35 Marietta 
Bohnefeld Oscar, elk Phillips & Crew, r 58 E. Cain 
Bohnefeld Richard, carpenter, bds Adams House 
Boland Kells H., M.D., sec and treas Xat. Surg. Inst., Ala- 
bama, nw cor Pryor 
Boland Samuel, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Boland Texasanna Miss, bds 109 Thurmond 

Fashionable Clothiers, COHEI ?: i fH^M G - 



"PVPTT'DOTfi'M TTPWrPC! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
LAw UlWlUlN HUlUlllO Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

BOL 126 BOO 

Bolding George C, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 52 Plum 
a^ Boles S. (c), porter Pullman Car Co 
Bolin Salina L. wid T. L., r 289 E. Fair 
Bollmann George (c), lab, r 300 Crew 
Bollmann John B., watchmkr 10 Whitehall, r 32 Fair, w of 

Peters 
Bollmann William, watchmkr, 10 Whitehall 
Bolsius Anthony H., elk, r 28 W. Harris 
Bolton Robert D., revenue officer, r Currier, ne cor N. Cal- 
houn 
Bomar Flavius J. (Bomar & Barnes), r 1 29 Nelson 
Bomar Oliver (c), porter, r 27 Glenn 
Bomar William A., bkkpr, r ns Jones, w of S. Pryor 
Bomar & Barnes (F. J. Bomar and L. P. Barnes), grocers, 94 

S. Broad 
Bomford George N., 1st lieut. Co. B., 18th Inf., r 8 McPherson 

Barracks 
Bond J. E., elk Clarke & Austin, r 107 Decatur 
V^7Bond Travis H., wks W. & A. R. R., r 38 Alexander . 
Bond Jacob (c), lab F. Stieglitz 

/Bondurant Robert A., carpenter A-L. Ry., bds 85 N. Col- 
lins 
vfc-tBone James C, fireman, r 141 Elliott 

Bone Sanders, carpenter, r ss Ga. R. R., nr Grant 

Bone William H., elk T. J. Buchanan, r Ga. R. R 

Bonnell Adra A., wid Abraham, r 233 E. Hunter 

Bonnell William A., tax collector, r 63 Fraser 

Bonnell William B., prin. Walker St. School, r Cooper, ne cor 

Rawson 
Bonner Henry (c), lab, r rear 100 Haynes 
Bonner Joseph (c), lab, r ns Glynn, e of Martin 
Bonner Nathan (c), waiter, r rear 24 N. Butler 
Bonner Robert, trav agt, bds 33 N. Forsyth 
Bonny Nelson (c), lab, r 25 Robbins 
Booker Green (c), wks A. T. Finney, r rear Co. Jail 
B00K0UT JOHN M , watehmakr and jeweler, 21 White- 
hall, r 47 Tatnall 
Boon Thomas W., carpenter, r 241 W. Peters 
Boos Andrew, candy mkr Jack & Holland, bds 124 Mari- 
etta 
Booth George J., r 236 Elliott 
Booth Henry, asst special agt U. S. P, O. Dept., 5 Marietta 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS Are made to ° rder Vsuee. 



sj Clocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
9 | supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price*. 

BOO 1 27 BOY 

Booth William K., blacksmith, 74 W. Peters, r 140 W. 

Peters 
Boring John M., physician, 61 S. Fnrsvth 
Boring AVilliam R. elk, bds 61 S. Forsyth 
Borse General (c), shoemkr, 130 W. Mitchell, r 25 Petti s 
Bostian John A., yard foreman Longley & Robinson, r es 

Grant, nr Fair 
BOSTICK ARTHUR B., supt's sec W. & A. R. R., r 212 Ivy 
Br. stick A. C, ticket elk W. & A. R. R 
Bostwick Thomas R., grocer, 80 Peachtree 
Bosworth James L., barkpr J. Teat, r 64 W. Peters 
Botsford Essex M. wid C. T., r 14 Warren Place 
Boughs Henry (c), lab, r rear 30 S. Bell 
Boulte Adolph, watchmkr A. R. Everett, r 60 Markham 
Boutell George H., carpenter, r 15* Davis 
Boutell John, carpenter, r 138 X. Collins 
Bowden Cynthia M., wid G. T., bods 66 Houston 
Bowden James T., wks W. Gay, r 58 Horton 
Bowden Oliver fc), blacksmith, 142 Walton, r 165 Marietta 
Bowen A. E. Miss, teacher Girls High School, r 12 E. Mitchell 
Bowen Bartow, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 
Bowen Charles A., elk T. K. Fuller, r country 
Bowen Eliza Miss, teacher High School, bds 72 Marietta 
Bowen George W., watchmkr, bds 175 S. Forsyth 
Bowen James (c) lab, r 105 Gullatt 

Bowen James C. (H. Crankshaw & Co.), r 175 S. Forsyth 
Bowen John (c), carpenter, r ws Hilliard, 1st n of E. Harris 
Bowen Jonas S. (c), shoemkr, 75 W. Peters, r 67 Hayne- 
Bowers Thomas J. (Bowers & Speairs), r 149 W. Baker 
Bowers & Speairs (T. J. Bowers and S. H. Speairs), photogra- 
phers, 179 Marietta 
Bowie John A., (Bowie & Gholston), r 120 S. Prvor 
BOWIE & GHOLSTIN (J. A. Bowie and L. Gholstin). whol 

grocers, 42 and 44 E. Alabama 
Bowie Jennie, wid John, bds 23 Williams 
Boyd Anderson (c), gardener, r 337 E. Hunter 
Boyd Anthony (c), gardener, r!62 N. Calhoun 
Boyd Caroline, wid Hiram, bds ws Warner av, e of Jones 
Boyd Charles, physician, bds 200 Jackson 
Boyd Columbus, elk W. W. Wall, bds 5 Cox, nr Peachtree 
Boyd Floyd (c), lab, r 235 McDonough 
Boyd George (c), lab, r 6 Fort 

nni,^, \jf- v r\ Tr» TJ is thoroughly equipped, and FIFS.SX- 
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BOY 128 BRA 

Boyd Green (c), lab, r ss Glenn, nr Grant 

Boyd Isaac S. (Walker & Boyd, and Walker, Boyd & Godfrey), 

r Peachtree, ne cor Houston 
Boyd James F., substitute carrier P. O., r 228 \V. Mitchell 
Boyd James S. (Boyd & Johnson), bds 61 Marietta 
Boyd John (c), driver C. Bohtiefeld 
Boyd Jordan (c), driver, r rear 41 W. Mitchell 
Boyd Joseph, elk W. J. Hodges, r 20 Pratt 
Boyd Joseph, lab, bds \vs Warner av, s of Jones 
Boyd Martha, wid W. H., bds 83 Decatur 
Boyd Martha A., wid A. M., bds 76 N. Calhoun 
Boyd Richard M. elk Collier & Co., bds 83 Decatur 
Boyd Robert E., r 25 Spring 

' Boyd Thomas J., yard master Ga. R. R., r 20 Foster 
Boyd Virgil H., conductor Ga. R. R., bds 83 Decatur 
Boyd Wallace W., Jr., r Forsyth, ne cor Luckie 
Royd Walter C, with C. L. Mangum, r 20 Pratt 
Boyd William W., r 200 Jackson 

BOYD & JOHNSON (J. S. Boyd and A. C. Johnson), gro- 
cers, 98 Peachtree 
Bovkin Thomes C, Rev., r 39 Pulliam 
Boylan Joseph, elk, r 122 Whitehall 
Boyle John, auctioneer, r 324 Whitehall 
Boylston Henry (Crane, Bovlston & Co.), r 67 Ivy 
Boyle John M., trimmer J. M. Smith, rl53 Mangum 
Bovlston James R. (Crane, Bovlston & Co.) r Charleston, 

' S. C 
Boynton Alexander (c), lab, r rear 120 Luckie * 
Boynton Annie E. Mrs., dress maker, r Alexander, nr W. 

Peachtree 
Boynton Charles E. (Chamberlin, Boynton & Co.), r 216 

Rawson 
Boynton Elnathan, carpenter, r 178 Alexander 
Boynton George H. (Boynton Bros.), r 216 Rawson 
Boynton Hollis A. (B«>vnton Bros), r 41 Windsor 
BOYNTON BROTHERS (H. A. and G. H. Boynton), 

whol grocers, 28 E. Alabama 
BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE SOUTH, J. H. & W. B. 

Seals, proprs; 24 S. Broad. (See pageopp. 17.) 
Bozeman Evalina, wid J. F., r 119 E. Mitchell 
VBrackett John, machinist W. & A. R. R., bds 116 S. Forsyth 
Bradbury Charles, painter W. S. Bradbury, bds 61 Larkin 

"TZ5T" TT "TjTV nas the FINEST HEARSE in the State. 
-D-l — IJ — I — l-I-Ll Jl. 2tf W.Alabama. (See page 96.) 



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BRA . 129 BRA 

Bradbury James R., brakeman, r 264 E. Hunter 
Bradbury Laura Miss, bds 30 W. Mitchell 
Bradbury Minerva H. Miss, r 30 W. Mitchell 
Bradbnrv Thomas, carpenter, r Edgewood, nr McDonald 
BRADBURY WILLIAM S-, house, sign and ornamental 

painter, 21 1 E. Alabama, r 61 Larkin. (See p. 92) 
Bradfield Josiah, mnfr patent medicines, 43 S. Pryor, r 245 

Rawson 
Bradfield Lewis H., elk Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, bds 245 Raw- 
son 
Bradford Anthony (c), driver, r rear 99 S. Forsyth 
Bradford James (c), waiter, r rear 117 S. Forsyth 
Bradley Angeline A., wid George, r 50S Decatur 
Bradley Elijah L., barkpr, r ns Decatur, nr Randolph 
Bradley Horace, penman, 9 Whitehall, r 8 James, W. E. 
hi Bradlev H. G., flagman W. & A. R. R 

Bradley John M. (Veal & Bradley), r 11 Howell 

Bradley .1. Gordon, elk, bds 65 Pea»:htree 

Bradley Mattie, wid James, r ns James, e of W. Peters 

Bradley Mattie, wid William, bds 261 Luckie 

Bradley Samuel, route agt, U. S. Ry. M. S., r ns E. Harris, 

2d e of Fort 
Bradley Susan, wid Allen, bds 261 Luckie 
BRADSTREET J. M. & SON CO, THE Improved Mercan- 
tile Agency, J. A. Goin, supt; 6 Whitehall 
Brady Andrew 7 , J., mer, r 18 E. Ellis 
3/f Brady Thomas E., foreman Georgia R. R. shops, r 195 Jones 
Braeuse Bernhard, elk, bds 55 W. Hunter 
Bramlett David E., elk Jack & Holland, bds 57 Elliott 
Bramlett Nathan A., farmer, r 57 Elliott 
Branan Charles, elk, r 56 N. Collins 
Branan Charles L, elk McMillan & Snow, r 26 Pratt 
\ ■, x Branan John C. A., conductor, r 91 N. Calhoun 
Branan Louisa, wid Calvin, r 18 N. Calhoun 
Branan Mary A., wid D. H., r 26 Pratt 
Branan Rebecca, wid Edwin, r 118 Gilmer 
/ 3;t>randon Susan E., wid A. J., bds 122 S. Forsyth 
Branham Adela, wid G. H., r 240 W. Paachtree 
Branham W. R. Rev., pastor Edgewood M. E. Church, r355 

E. Fair 
Branham W. R. Jr. Rev., pastor St. Paul's M. E. Church, 
r 355 E. Fair 

Cents' Furnishing Goods S ^^M!**™™""" '* 



"DAD "D"D "DTP UT Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
I UH £ S\iLll\j±l i Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

BRA 130 BRI 

Brannen Sarah A. Mrs., teacher, r 109 Houston 
Brant Willitm, painter, r 94 Green's Ferry av 
Brantley Grant (c), janitor, r 23 Whitehall 
Brantley James (c), janitor, r 7f Whitehall 
Braselton Ann Miss, seamstress, bds 13 E. Hunter 
Braselton Lizzie Miss, seamstress, bds 13 E. Hunter 
Braselton Martha Miss, seamstress, bds 13 E. Hunter 
Braselton Mary, wid J. B., r 13 E. Hunter 
Braselton Robert, painter, r 13 E. Hunter 
Brasil James, wks Atlanta Stone Pump Co 
aj Bratcher Austin (c), stationary engineer Ga. R. R., r 59 Ga. 

R. R 
/ Bratcher Austin, Jr. (c), helper Ga. R. R., r Decatur, Ga 
Braumuller Otto L., fancy goods and notions, 25 Whitehall, 

r 304 Whitehall 
Brav Henry (c), lab, r 1 1 Robbing 
Brav Wellborn M. (Bray & Echols), r 24 Marietta 
BRAY & ECHOLS (W. M. Bray and S. A. Echols), law- 
yers, 21 Marietta 
Breen Michael, bricklayer, r 29 Victoria 
BREITENBUCHER PHILIP, beer dealer and saloon, 

12 and 14 Whitehall, r 158 S. Forsyth 
Brenn Robert R., ins agt., bds 20 Spring 
BRENNER WILLIAM, mill furnishing supplies, etc., 71 

and 73 E. Alabama, r Jones, se cor Martin 
Breunig Casper, brewer Atlanta City Brewery, 72 E. Baker 
Brewer Jacob L., painter, r 22 Harden 
Brewer Sallie G., wid John, r 3 Hunuicutt 
Brewer Samuel B., with J. Silvey & Co., r 47 Forrest av 
Brewster Henry (c), barber, r 2 Fort 
Brewster Lucinda Mrs., domestic National Hotel 
Bridge James Jr., r 177 Peachtree 

Bridger John C, coal dealer, 44 Marietta, bds 50 Walton 
Bridges John, grocer, r es Marietta rd, Bell wood 
V Bridges Robert H., brakeman, r rear ss May son's Ferry rd, 
Bel I wood 
Bridget Henry (c), porter H. H. Witt, r 120 Whitehall 
Bridwell Cicero, grocer, 100 W. Mitchell, r 106 W. Mitchell 
Bridwell Ellen, wid G. B., r 219 E. Hunter 
Bridwell James, carpenter, r 10 Scofield 
Bridwell John, carpenter, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Bridwell John A., stone mason, r 124 W. Hunter 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRKS ££»■£{£ ."■* 



Catoosa Lime,Cement and Fertilizers nt J - c - KIMI £kffiima. 

BRI 131 BRO 

Bridwell Luther, blacksmith F. S. Golden, bds Emma, nr 
Rolling Mill 

Bridwell Malachi L., wood yard, 219 Decatur, r 166 Decatur 

Bridwell William I., carpenter, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Bridwell Zion, printer, r Pine, nw cor Luckie 

Brien Henry, elk, bds 77 Decatur 

Briggs Joseph (c), slater, r 124 Alexander 
/ Bright Edward Alexander, engineer C. R. R., bds 39i White- 
hall 

Brinkley John (c), cook, r 92 Walker 

BRISCOE ALEXANDER C , phonographer, 10 E. Ala- 
bama, bds 68 E. Peter. (See front fly B.) 

Briscoe Philip J., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r Hunnicutt, nw 
cor Marietta 

Brisidine Pleasant E., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 46 
Rawson 

Britt Augustus H., driver R. S. Greer, r 83 Terry 

Britt Joel, agent, r 83 Terry 

Britt Marion Rev., pastor Third Presbyterian Church 

Britt T. L., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Broach Thomas (c), mason Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Broad John, saloon, 76 Broad, r 65 Windsor 

Brock Bros. (J. T. and F. P. Brock), tobacco and cigars 
whol, 11 Decatur 

Brock Frank P (Brock Bros.), r Lafavette, Ala 

Brock James T. (Brock Bros.), bds 210 S. Pryor 

Brockham Anna, wid Castin, r 154 Nelson 

Brogan Daniel, stone cutter J. Walsh, r 273 Decatur 

Brogdon Green (c), wks Porter & Meakin 

Brogden John, elk, r 50 Peachtree 
<*' Broker W. A., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Bromwell Elizabeth Mrs., bds 269 Peachtree 

Brooks Alonzo A., policeman, r 273 Luckie 

Brooks Bradford, lab, r 89 Moore 

Brooks Carrie Mrs., r 13 Thurmond 

Brooks Charles (c), carpenter, r 56 Horton 

Brooks Dorsey (c), drayman, r 130 Wheat 

Brooks George A., law student, bds 40 N. Forsyth 

Brooks Hiram (c), drayman, r 26 Ira 

Brooks John, wks Atlanta Brass Foundry, r Ga. R. R 

Brooks Joseph, elk R. K. Wilson, bds 246 Decatur 

Brooks Josiah, porter, r Moore, ne cor Ga. R. R 

T> A C!C!T7 , TVTr < T?T5C *^0 W13ST with fewer changes via TS/X. eft? 
X iiOkO JliiN VJil/IiO O. H-. EL. than by any other route. 



FOR INFORMATION as to Pa«agre. Rates, Time Cards, etc.. to North, 
East and vVest, apply to B. W. WREX.V, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

BRO 132 BRO 

Brooks Julius, bds 383 Peachtree 

Brooks Madison (c), lab, r 11 Elliott 

Brooks Matilda C, wid J. W., r Moore, ne cor Gd. R. R 

Brooks Nettie E., wid Erasmus, r 1<>6 Luckie 

Brooks Ransom (c), lab, r 200 Decatur 

Brooks Reville (c), driver, res Lee, n of Gordon, W. E 

Brooks Robert, (Brooks & Covington) r 127 Marietta 

Brooks Sarah Miss, r ns Brick, w of Peters 

Brooks Simeon (c), lab, r 8 S. Calhoun 

Brooks P. J., elk Hdqrs Dept. of the South, bds Markham 
House 

Brooks William, wks Sou. Agrl Wks 

Brooks Wilson W., r 389 Whitehall 

Brooks & Covington (R. Brooks and W. F. Covington) black- 
smiths, 1 Peachtree rd 

Broom Columbus F., engineer, r 52 N. Butler 

Broom Frank, engineer A-L. Rv 

Broom Rufus B., fireman A-L. Ry., bds 52 N. Butler 

Broomfield James (c), gardener, r 45 Valentine 

Broomhead Benjamin H. (Broomhead & Alexander) r ns 
Thrasher, e of Ashley, W. E 

Broomhead Milledge (c), packer Elsas, May & Co., r 175 Raw- 
son 

Broomhead & Alexander (B. H. Broomhead, H. S. and J. W. 
Alexander), brickyard, es Ira, s of Crumley 

Brotherton Chap B., elk W. H. Brotherton, bds 8 W. Mitchell 

Brotherton John T., elk W. H. Brotherton, bds 8 W. Mitchell 

Brotherton William H., dry goods, 2 W. Mitchell, r 195 
Whitehall 

Broughton Albert (c), lab, r 35 Irwin 

Brown Aaron P. (Piers & Brown), r 196 E. Harris 

Brown Alonzo (c), janitor Storrs School 

Brown Allen (c), drayman Nunnally, Hallman & Co 

Brown Anthony (c), lab, r 202 Clarke 

Brown Archibald, grocer, Edgewood, s of Ga. R. R 

Brown Benjamin F. (c), candy mkr, r 150 Decatur 

Brown Benjamin N., shoemkr Eddleman & Brown, r 35 E„ 
Foundry 

Brown Blackman, porter, r 59 Windsor 

Brown Bowling, dairyman, r 125 Jones av 

Brown Bradford (c), printer, Elsas, May & Co 

Brown Cass (c), cook Markham House 

-JL— >J_jJ I I P I JL , 26 W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



Clocks and Jewelry. Kr Lawshe, 47 Whitehall st., can- 
S • supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price. 

BRO 133 BRO 

Brown Cephas M., machinist Porter & Meakin, r 22 Crew 

Brown Charles (Brown & Ryan), r 32 Bartow 

Brown Charles (c), coachman J. W. Renfroe 

Brown Charles L., elk J. C. Bridger, r Edgewood 

Brown Charles M. D., head elk U. S. Ry. M. S., r 99 W ash- 

ington 
Brown Clinton I. (Eddleman & Brown), r 112 E. Peters 
Brown Coleman R., upholsterer Chamberlin, Boynton & Co 
Brown Colin (c), carpenter, r 145 Wheat 
Brown Daniel (c), plasterer, r ss" Crumley, e of Windsor 
Brown David C, elk J. T. Eichberg, r 1*28 S. Pryor 
Brown Edward (c), lab, r 56 Horton 
Brown Edward (e), lab, r 93 Jones 
Brown Edward (c), porter, r 106 Forrest av 
Brown Edward (c), waiter, r 10 S. Calhoun 
Brown Elizabeth Mrs., seamstress, r 148 E. Ellis 
Brown Emanuel, driver A. C. & B. F. Wyly, r rear 118 

Washington 
Brown Eugene P., painter Longley & Robinson, r es Broad. - 

of Alabama 
Brown Fabian, cooper, 124 W. Mitchell, r 120 W. Mitchell 
Brown Felix (c), cook, r 106 Forrest av 
Brown Felix, Jr. (c), porter, r 106 Forrest av 
Brown George (c), driver, r 88 Richardson, w of Pryor 
Brown George H., queensware, 82 Whitehall, r 59 Windsor 
Brown Green (c), waiter Mrs. M. M. Stokes 
Brown Henry (c), barber, 6 E. Wall, r 267 W. Mitchell 
Brown Henry, elk J. Ryan, bds 49 S. Forsyth 
Brown Henry (c), lab, r Hunnicutt, sw cor McAfee 
Brown Henry (c), shoemkr, 109 W. Peters, r 109 Stonewall 
Brown Herbert H. (Patterson & Brown), r 424 Peachtree 
Brown Jackson (c), lab, r ns Irwin, w of Lee, W. E 
Brown Jacob (c), wks Harrison & Bro., r 119 Markham 
Brown James (c), carpenter, r es Walnut, s of Markham 
Brown James, elk M. P. Kiser, r 41 Peters 
Brown James (c), lab, r 24 Crowfoot al 
Brown James, painter, r 43| Whitehall 
Brown James (c), wks Brown & Day, r 24 al, bet Fraser and 

Martin 
Brown Jesse A., elk Landrum & Gilbert, r293 W. Peachtree 
Brown John, carpenter, r 277 E. Hunter 
Brown John (c), carpenter, r Vine, nw cor Parsons 

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BRO 134 BRO 

Brown John (c), lab, r 77 Fair 

Brown John (c), waiter Markham House 

Brown John (c), wks Elsas, May & Co., r 17 Chapel 

Brown John R., carpenter, r 51 W. Hunter 

Brown John T., harness mkr G. C. Rogers 

Brown John W., wks Burke & Hancock, bds 51 W. Hun- 
ter 

Brown Joseph, barkpr J Kelley, r 51 W. Hunter 

Brown Joseph (c), drayman, r 15 Horton 

Brown Joseph D., barkpr, r 66 Walker 

BROWN JOSEPH E. HON., pres Western & Atlantic 
R. R., r 133 Washington 
A/ Brown Joseph M., elk W. &. A. R. R., bds 133 Washington 

BROWN JULIUS L , lawyer, room 7, 3J Whitehall, r 
140 Washington 

Brown J. B., elk, bds 15 E. Mitchell 

Brown Leonidas, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Brown Lewis (c), lab, r 65 Magazine 

Brown Lewis, soldier, r ns Greens Ferry av, nr limits 

Brown Louise Mrs., mattress mkr, r 37 E. Alabama 

Brown Madison (c), lab, r 102 X. Calhoun 

Brown Malinda, wid Josephus, r Fair, cor Cemetery 

Brown Mary E. Miss, r 22 W. Simpson 

Brown Moses (c), wks Lacy Beck, r 99 Decatur 

Brown Nanev Mrs., r rear 233 W. Fair 

Brown Nancy C, wid G., r 119 Ga. R. R 

Brown Nathan B. (c), porter A. L. & T. A. Holbrook, r 
224 N. Fort 

Brown Nelson (c), lab, r rear 20 Hilliard 

BROWN FERINO, pres Citizens Bank of Ga., r 424 
Peachtree 

Brown Philip (c), blacksmith, r 294 N. Calhoun 

Brown Radford (c), lab, r 124 Haynes 

Brown Richard (c), lab, r es Peeples, w of Ashby, W. E 

Brown Robert (c), drayman, r 158 Richardson 

Brown Robert (c), porter Markham House, r 119 Markham 

Brown R. M., carpenter, r rear Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 

Brown Sloan (c), carpenter, r 110 E. Ellis 

Brown Thomas J. (Brown & Dav), r Randolph, nr Wheat 

BROWN WALTER R., lawyer,' 9 Whitehall, bds Markham 
House 

Brown Warren (c), porter J. Lynch, r nr Mineral Spring 

CDAUI/ V Dl II CV GENERALUNDKRTAKER, 
fllAnl\ A. DLILCl. 26 W. Alabama. (See page tft>.) 



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BRO 135 BRU 



Brown William, brickyard, r rear os Greens Ferry av, e of 

limit- 
Brown William (c), carpenter, r 102 Decatur 
Brown William (c), porter, r 41 Fulton 
Brown William A., trader, r 53 Peachtree 
Brown William A., gardener, r 10 Grant 
Brown William M., elk G. H. Brown, bda 59 Windsor 
Brown William P., planter, r 81 Forrest av 
Brown William 8., elk Eddleman & Brown, bds 112 E. Peters 
Brown Wilson C, engineer Ga. R. R., bds 119 Ga. R. R 
Brown & Day (c) (T. J. Brown and Wm. Day), shoemkrs, 83 

E. Hunter 
Brown & Ryan (C. Brown and J. Ryan), beer bottlers, 32 Bar- 
tow 
Browne Edward B. M. Rev., rabbi K'hilo Kodesh G'emilas 
Ghesed, r 46 E. Hunter 
* Browne Joseph, fireman, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Browne Miles P. (Browne & Williams), r 364 Decatur 
BROWNE WALKER G., dentist, 33J Whitehall. (See 

back cover.) 
Browne & Williams (M. P. Browne and J. X. Williams), gro- 
cers, 364 Decatur 
Braxton Charles, brushmkr Winship & Bro., bds 86 Alexander 
Broxton Hezekial W., carpenter, r 86 Alexander 
Broxton Milton M., elk W. G. Ashley, r 86 Alexander 
Broxton William T., farmer, bds 86 Alexander 
j\' Broyles Frank, fireman W. & A. R. R 

Brovles Edwin X., lawyer, 8 S. Broad, r 149 Gullatt 

Broyles R. A., train hand W. & A. R. R 

Bruce Frank M., carriage painter A. T. Finney 

Bruce George W., lab, r 90 Elliott 

Bruce James, carpenter L. H. Hall & Co 

Bruce Jeremiah H. (c), harnessmkr D. Morgan, r ss Mitchell, 

w of Davis 
Bruce Martha A., wid Calloway, r 90 Elliott 
Bruce Robert (c), porter Landrum & Gilbert 
Bruce S. C, wid D. R., r 61 W. Foundry 
Bruckner Eugene, elk Phillips & Crew, bds 308 Peachtree 
Bruckner Marv, wid C. F., bds 72 Spring 
Brum B. H., engineer W. & A. R. R 
Brumby Arnoldus V., r 124 S. Pryor 
Brumby Robert H., lawyer, 12 Kimball House, r 124 S. Pryor 

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"TITTf TTB CITfiTT TTPTTTTTIC! to thc Virginia Springs and Northern 
JjAUUlwiUlN llUililllw Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

BRU 136 BUC 

Brunner Charles W. (C. W. Brunner & Son) 

Brunner C. W. & Son (C. W. and J. W. Brunner), hats, caps 
and furnishing goods, 32 Whitehall 

Brunner John W. (C. W. Brunner & Son) 
a/ Bruoer Samuel, fireman W. & A. R. R 

BRUYN DEWITT (Fay & Bruyn), r 19 S. Broad 

Bryan Harrison, watchman, r es Factory, nr Ga. R. R 

Bryan James (c), blacksmith, r 200 Fraser 

BRYAN MARY E. MRS., editor Sunny South, r Stone- 
Mountain 

Bryan William L. watchmakr W. A. Haynes,r 191 X. Collins 

Bryans Henry P. elk J. H. Anderson & Co., bds 77 Decatur 

Bryant John, painter, bds 7 Means 

Bryant John E. with Georgia Republican, r county 

Bryant Marcus, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Bryant Monroe, painter, bds 7 Means 

Bryant Thomas J., carpenter, r 251 W Peters 

Brrvant William, carpenter, r 7 Means 
A/ Bryant William (c), lab W & A. R, R., r 108 Gray 

Bryce Smith (c), mess W. IT. Tel. Co., r 298 W. Mitchell 

Brysall Joseph, lab, r ss Anderson, nr Grant 

Brzezinski Stanislaus, tailor Eiseman Bros., bds 39^ White- 
hall 

Buchanan AndreAv J., boiler mkr Ga. R. R., r 223 E. Fair 
^ Buchanan Garnet A., engineer, bds 70 Yonge 

Buchanan James, elk, r ss Newton, w of Elliott 

Buchanan James A., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Buchanan James S., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 99 W- 
Simpson 

Buchanan John E., miller H. Lewis, r 39 W. Simpson 
; Buchanan John W., engineer, r 39 W. Simpson 

Buchanan John W., printer Sunny South, bds W. &. A. R. 
R., w of Spring 

Buchanan Joseph T., lab, r 32 Fair, e of Fraser 

Buchanan Major (cj, lab, r 139 Markham 

Buchanan Theresa, wid James, bds 82 Rock 

Buchanan Thomas J., grocer 260 Decatur, r 40 Bell 

Buchar , leader 18th Inf. Band, r 17 McPherson Barracks 

Bucher John C. (G. W. Scott & Co.), r Decatur, Ga 

Buck Alfred E., elk U. S. Cir. & Dist. Courts, 20 Decatur,, 
r 79 McDonough 

Buckalieu James, lab, r 10 South 

are made for anybody 
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I lit! Ml UIIUtM OJJuoldUt! LA.Wp*1 l j:. Bole Agent in Atlanta. 
BUC J 37 BUR 

Buckalieu James L., -carpenter, r ws Tumlin,n of Marietta 

Buckalieu Laura A., wid John E,, r 1 State 

Buckalieu Sarah, wid, r 155 Elliott 

Buckner Deberah S., captain of guard State House, .r 115 
Nelson 

Budden Charles, wks E. R. Budden,r ws Peeples, wof Ashby 
W. E 

Budden Edward R., lithographer, 6 W. Wall, r W. E 

Buffet George (c), farmer, r 168 \V. Fair 

Buffington Caroline, wid -lames, lids 50 Powers 
v Buffington George W., fireman W & A. R. R., r 11 Magazine 
^ Buffington John W., engineer C. R. EL, bds 39| Whitehall 

Buford Wiley (c), lab, r 37 Church 

Bugg Daniel (c), hostler ( 'lint Taylor, r 20 Fraser 

BUHLER ERNST, Continental Saloon, 18 Whitehall, r 43 
W. Hunter 

Buice Alonzo F. tinner Stewart & Fain, r 23 Martin 

Buice Carrie Mrs., saleslady, r 43J Whitehall 
N Buice Calvin W., machinist Ga. R. R., r 51 Ga. R. R 
N Buice David, engineer A. oc W. Pt. R. Li., r 36 S. Butler 

Buice Elisha, farmer, r 165 S. Forsyth 

Buice Madison, saw mill, r 63 W. Peters 

Buice Oscar, bkkpr, bds 108 McDonough 

Buice John M., grocer, 110 McDonough 

Buice Susan, wid Henry M., r 30 S. Butler 

Buis Lewis H., supt Sou. Agl Wks, r 45 Alexander 

Bullock Green (c), lab, r 40 Richmond 

Bullock Hiram (c), lab, r rear 64 Cone 

Bullock Hosea (c), lab, r 36 Phillips Row 

Bullock Rufus B., treas Atlanta Cotton Factory Co., bds Kim- 
ball House 

Bullock Smith W. metallurgist, r 26 S. Calhoun 

Bumstead Horace Rev., teacher Atlanta University, r ws Vine, 
2d n of Magazine 

Bunley Benjamin (c), drayman Jones & Co., r 106 Windsor 

Burch Matthew (c), butcher H. C. Sawtell, r es Cooper, s of 
Glenn 

Burckel Martin, farmer, r 217 McDaniel 

Bufckhardt Gustavus A., r 13 Washington 

Burdell Charles (c), lab, r rear 135 W. Baker 

Burden Horace (c), lab, r es Fraser, bet Fair and Hunter 

Burden William (c), blacksmith, r 65 Howell 



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THE KERNE8AW ROUTJL now off ers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans- 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

BUR 138 BUR 

Burdett John, butcher E. G. Little, r 19 Tatnall 

Burdett Smith (c), lab, r 106 E. Ellis 

Burge Joseph (c), lab, r Rolling Mill, nw cor E. Cain 

Burke Charles (c), lab, r 71 Martin 

Burke Columbus (c), porter Westmoreland & Howell 

Burke Houston (c), shoemkr A. Freeman, r 226 McDonough 

Burke Jesse (c), porter Westmoreland & Howell 

Burke John W. (Burke & Hancock), r Macon, Ga 

Burke Joseph F. (J. F. Burke & Co.), r 282 Peachtree 

BURKE J. F. & GO. (J. F. Burke, W. E. Munroe and L. D.. 

Campbell), proprs Georgia Spice Mills, 105 S. Pryor. (See 

page 90.) 
Bnrke Richard H., soldier, r 80 Greens Ferry av 
BURKE TIMOTHY, saloon, 123 Decatur, r 9 S. Calhoun 
Burke William H., bkkpr \V. A. Russell & Co., r 11 E. Cain 

Burke , contractor, bds 65 Peachtree 

BURKE & HANCOCK (J. W. Burke, F. G. Hancock, and 

W. A. Rawson, special), whol stationers and paper box 

mnfrs, 4 Marietta and 26 E. Alabama 
Burks Jackson (c), waiter, r rear 227 Washington 
Burks Jefferson (c), lab, r 95 Fair 
Burks John (c), Jab, r 106 Elliott 
Burks Seaborn (c), grocer, N. Butler, ne cor Wheat 
Burks Susie Miss, teacher Ivy Street School, r 72 Marietta 
Burley Dred (c), blacksmith, r 227 S. Forsyth 
Burley Felix (c), lab, r 98 Rhodes 
Burley Hilliard (c), porter Bowie & Gholstin, r ns Pine, w of 

Blackmon 
Burnett Owen D., elk J. Ryan 
Burney Mitchell (c), grocer, Hunter, se cor Butler 
Burney Randall, machinist, r 10 W. Simpson 
Burns Andrew, lab, r 227 Martin 
Burns James A., record elk W. & A. R. R., r Grant, se cor 

Glenn 
Burns Robert (c), lab, r 47 Jones 
Burns Robert, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 55 Emma 
Burns Solomon (c), grocer, 78 Humphries 
Burrell Louisa, wid Jesse, r 45 Magazine 
Burris William D., watchman W. & A. R. R., r 340 Haynes 
Burroughs Georgia S., wid P. T., bds 122 S. Forsyth 
Burroughs William (c), porter Pullman Car Co., r 11 S. Col- 
lins 

TJV»r» tnlr V "D1 41 /-ki-i- can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
J: 1 dllK Ji.. Jjlimy any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.) 



CASTLE ROCK '" VI • ''kkf.k. and Anthracite r oa is, at J 



f C. Kimball's, 54 Alabama. 



BUR 139 BUT 



Barrows Susan P., wid George, r 181 E. Hunter 

Burton Edward (c), waiter, r al bet Hunter and Rhodes, w of 

W. & A. R. R 
l. 5 Burton James H., engineer C. R. R., rl59 W. Hunter 
Burton Mary Mrs., dressmkr, r 53 Peach tree 
Burton Nancy (c), lunchroom, 263 W. Peters 
Burton William EL, painter, r 107 Rhodes 
Burton William (c), wks A. T. Finney 
Busby Ann, wid William, r 176 Marietta 
Busby Marion, lab, r 176 Marietta 
Busby Willis, fireman, bds 155 Elliott 
BUSBY, see also BUZBEE 

Bush James Z. Rev., pastor Bell wood Church, r 346 Man gum 
Bush Robert P., conductor W. & A. R. R 
Bussey Edward X., engineer, r 16 Mechanic 
Bussey Thomas L., engineer W. & A. R. R , r 20 Alexander 
Bussey William D., engineer W. lS: A. R. R., r 16 Mechanic 
Butler Abraham (c), lab, r 15 Thurmond 
Butler David E. Rev., pres Jas. P. Harrison cv. Co., and 

editor Christian Index, r Madison, Ga ■ 
Butler Elizabeth, wid T. J., bds 58 N. Pryor 
Butler Elizabeth C. Mrs (Butler & Carroll), r 75 Marietta 
Butler Ellen Miss, r 74 X. Collins 
Butler Ephraim (c), wks H. Lewis, r 29 Ezzard 
Butler Fannie, wid Marion, r 15 Hulsey 
Butler Frank, tinner J. Warlick A: Son-, r 74 X. Collins 
Butler George (c), porter Boyd & Johnson, r 72 Houston 
Butler James (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Butler John, mason, r 74 X. Collins 
Butler John W., flagman, bds 58 X. Pryor 
Butler Lemuel C, grocers 169 Fort 
Butler L. R., porter, bds 74 N. Collin- 
Butler Patrick, tinner J. Warlick & Sons, r 74 X. Collins 
Butler Pierce (ci, porter G. W. Parrott & Bro , r 233 Clarke 
Butler Reese H., machinist, r 56 Bell 
Butler Richard (c), lab, r 57 Fort 
Butler Zack (c), porter National Hotel 
Butler & Carroll (Mrs. E. C.Butler and W. S. Carroll), 

milliners, 14 Bartow 
Butt Jesse M., weigher G. W Parrott & Bro., r country 
Butt Timothy, lawyer, bds 84 Nelson 
BUTT WILLIAM M-, justice of peace,6Whitehall,r 84 Nelson 

Buying Ticltets west' 
learn trie au vantages offered UJ tue M. &■ C K. R. 



"PfiT? T"DPTr , "P" r r Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
£ \JJX £ ItJjluIl 1 Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

BUT 140 CAL 

Butler O. P., porter National Hotel 

Buzbee Carter K., policeman, r Pine, nw cor N. Calhoun 
Buzbee F. Marion, butcher D. Parish, r 237 W. Fair 
Buzbee William T., grocer, es Peachtree, 3d n of E. Baker, 

r 266 W. Peachtree 
BUZBEE, see also BUSBY. 
Buzecott Charles, stone cutter, bds 138 N. Collins 
Bvatt Doctor (c), cook J. Nix 
Byers David P., trav agt, bds 160 Crew 
Byers James W., elk, bds 160 Crew 
Byers William, trav agt, r 160 Crew 
Byers William A., trav agt, bds 160 Crew 
By nor Jackson (c), barber, r 102 E. Cain 

Bvrd Charles P., printer H. H. Dickson, bds 283 Washington 
3 *7 Bvrd J. W., conductor W. & A. R. R., r Dalton, Ga 

Bvrd Theodore H., printer H. H. Dickson, r 263 Washington 
BYRD, see also BIRD. 
Byron Charles (c), lab, r 61 Humphries 
V Byron James, engineer, bds es W. & A. R. R., nr Spring 



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RAYON PORTRAITS 

— A SPECIALTY AT — 

IMIOTIES' GALLBBY. 

Jggg^Old Pictures en.arged in this style, and satisfaction guaranteed. 

No. 32 AYhitehall St., Atlanta. 

6 P _ i^ABAXIRS CHARLES H. J., 2d lieut Co. D., 18th Inf., 
V^ r 27 McPherson Barracks 

Cabaniss George (c), wks J. M. Smith, r 95 Houston 
Cagle Jackson, teacher Moore's Sou. Business University, r 

98 Elliott 
Cahn Edward, ret drv goods, 41 Whitehall, r 20 E. Mitchell 
Cain Charles S., elk Wm. Erskine, bds 98 Decatur 
Cain Jefferson, engineer, r 120 Rhodes 
CAIN, see also KANE 
C ALDER WILLIAM, paint.-, oils and window gla^s. 49 and 

51 S. Prvor, r 69 Spring 
Caldwell Fannie Miss, elk, bds 40 Rhodes 
Caldwell James, contractor, r 65 W. Mitchell 
Caldwell James M.. elk (). I. Culberson, bds ss Gordon, w of 

Lee, W. E 

IIEO Wm HIBE 1 & lllifi WEW® 



VST A "RT TSUTFPi '* ls "'°-> Er Lawshe's Jewelry. Watch. Clools nnd 
JJkjX£lJJUJ.011lJjJ Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 

CAL 141 CAM 



Caldwell James W., molder Porter ec Meakin, r 154 Luckie 
Caldwell John E., painter A-L Ry., bds 4 Spring 
Caldwell Joseph B., elk M. Menko & Bro., r 15 Markham 
Caldwell Joseph F„ elk Beermann Ar Kuhrt, bds Kimball 

House 
Caldwell Mattie Miss, elk, bds 40 Rhodes 
Caldwell Robert E., elk W. A. Russell & Co., bds 4 Spring 
Caldwell Robert H., cotton buyer, r 4 Spring 
Caldwell Thomas (c), lab, r 24*2 W. Mitchell 
Calhoun Abner W., physician 38 S. Broad, r 43 Walton 
Calhoun Frank (c), driver R. C. Clarke, r 264 E.Cain 
Calhoun Frederick J., trav agt, r 287 Whitehall 
Caldwell Freeman (c), porter, r rear 78 Washington 
Calhoun James T., lawyer, 1 Peachtree, bds 11 Washington 
Calhoun John D., elk McKoy & Williams, r 50 Peachtree 
Calhoun Lucy, wid E. N., bds 78 Washington 
Calhoun Moses (c), grocer 28 Decatur 
Calhoun William L., lawyer 1 Peachtree, r 11 Washington 
Callaghan Catharine A., wid Dennis, r 32 Magazine 
Callaghan James P., tanner, bds 32 Magazine 
Callaghan John, machinist, bds 32 Magazine 
Callahan Joshua C, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 58 Plum 
Callaway Abide Miss, teacher Crew St School, r 72 Marietta 
CALLAWAY EDWARD C, elk Kimball House 
Callawav Evans W. (c), paper cutter, r 240 Decatur 
Callaway Hattie Miss, teacher, bds 72 Marietta 
Callaway House, Miss S. Millican, propr ; 15^ S. Broad 
Callaway James (e), porter M. Mahoney, r 35 N. Fort 
Callaway James, Jr. (e), lab, r 35 N. Fort 
Callaway Joshua F., wks Longley & Robinson, r ns Pettis, e 

of Martin 
Callaway Martha, wid Hatton, r ns Pettis, e of Martin 
Callawav Nelson, wks Rolling Mill, r ws Edward, nr Victoria 
Callawav Stewart (e), driver, r 48 Windsor 
Cameron Columbus, elk, bds 70 ( lone 
Cameron Henry (c), lab, r ss Ga. R. R, Edgewood 
Cameron John D., elk, r 70 ( 'one 
Camp Benjamin A., grocer, 93 S. Broad, r 33 Bailey 
CAMP GEORGE K, lawyer, 14 E. Wall 
Camp George W., gin builder Winship iV: Bro., r 35 \\ . Foun- 
dry 
Camp Henry (e), painter, r ws Connally, s of Richardson 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESAW ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

CAM 142 CAN 

Camp Madison P., engineer, r 1 Means 

Camp Milton P., elk G. W. Lowe, r 52 Haynes 

Camp Mollie, wid H. P., r es Chapel, s of Brick 

Camp Richard O., opr W. U. Tel. Co., bds 56 Spring 

Camp Walter A., physician, 308 S. Broad, bds Kimball House 

Camp William M., carpenter Winship & Bro., bds 35 W. 

Foundry 
Campbell Arthur A., produce com mer, 9 W. Alabama, r 166 

Luckie \ 

Campbell Drusilla Mrs., grocer 149 Luckie 
Campbell Henry A., painter, r 105 Walker 
Campbell James (c), lab, r 41 W. Harris 
Campbell John B., r 328 Peachtree 

Campbell John H., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 92 Elliott 
Campbell J. P., propr Kimball House 
Campbell Leslie E., elk, bds 166 Luckie 

Campbell Lewis D. (J. F.Burke & Co.), r Hunter, se cor Pryor 
Campbell Lou. Miss, r 75 Whitehall 
Campbell Louis, lab, bds 76 S. Pryor 
Campbell Louisa, wid Alexander, r rear 170 Pine 
Campbell Mary Mrs., grocer, 276 Decatur 
Campbell Richard O. elk B. F Avery & Sons, bds 328 Peach- 
tree 
Candler Asa G. (Hallman & Candler), r 61 N. Pryor 
Candler Charles M., student Candler & Thomson, r Decatur, 

Ga 
Candler Martha B. wid S. C, r 61 N. Pryor 
Candler Milton A. Hon. M. C. (Candler & Thomson), r Decatur, 

Ga • 

Candler Warren A. Rev., pastor Sixth M. E. Church South, 

bds 61 N. Pryor 
CANDLER & THOMSON (M. A. Candler and W. S. 

Thomson), lawyers, 16 and 18 E. Wall 
Cann John (c), lab, r 133 E. Cain 

( annon Bridget Miss with Mrs. A. McCormick, bds 92 Loyd 
Cannon House, Mrs. M. E. Cannon, propr; 16 Marietta 
Cannon James, coppersmith W. & A. R. R., r 96 L<>v<] 
Cannon Margaret E. Mrs., propr Cannon House, 16 Marietta 
Cannon Mary A. wid Patrick, r 92 Lovd 
Cannon Nicholas, fireman W. & A. R/R., bds 92 Loyd 
Cannon William R., elk, r 16 Marietta 
Cantrell William E., transfer elk A-L Ry, r 243 Decatur 

UNDERTAKING I3 *" ^J* M^M^E^^ 



f^C+lfl T3nr>lr Pa^I approved by thousands, always the cheapest In 
VdbUiU IWCil VJcii, market. J. C. KIMBALL, M Alabama. 

CAP 143 CAR 

Capitol Building, Marietta, bw cor. Forsyth 
Carbine John C, boilermkr, bck es W. & A. R. R., n of Spring 
Cargile Lonia H.. (c), porter Daniel & March, r26 Fraser 
Cargile Mitchell (c), cabinetmkr., 9 Ivy, r 189 Clark 
Cargile Mitchell, Jr., (c) carpenter, r 279 Fraser 
Cargill William E., agt. r 203 E. Hunter 
Carlton Allie E., widG. A.,bds73 N Collins 
Carlton James E., with MARK BERRY, r 10 Bartow 
Carlton John M. B. (J. M. B. Carlton & Son), bds 10 Bartow- 
Carlton J. M.B. & Son (J. M. B. and W. H. Carlton), grocers, 

134 Marietta 
Carlton Seymour, drayman J. E. Armor & Co., r 76 Magazine 
Carlton Spencer M., fireman, r 133 McDaniel 
Carlton Stephen (e), carpenter, r 1 14 Magazine 
Carlton William H., (J. M. B. Carlton & Son), bds 10 Bartow 
Carmichael Jonathan, car] tenter, bds es Fuller, 1st e of Elliott 
Oarmichael William, butcher, 288 Marietta, r 10 \Y. &A. R.R 
Carpenter Anthony (c), gardener, r 124 E. Cain 
Carpenter John (c), dravman, r 289 X. Fort 
CARPENTER LEANDERD., dentist, 47 Whitehall, rl58 

Rawson. (See index to adv.) 
Carr Amos (e), wksC. R. R.. r 101 Martin 
Carr Edward, lab, bds 305 Marietta 
Carr Jesse, wks Eddleman & Brown, r rear 276 E. Fair 
Carr John, elk, r 2 Chapel 
Carr John (c), lab, r 116 Decatur 
Carr Joseph Rev., bds 55 Walton 
CARR. see also KARR 
Carraway Marcellus C, mer, r 58 Walton 
Carrie J. T.. conductor W. & A. R. R., r Big Shanty, Ga 
Carroll Charles, cabinetmkr W. L. Fenley, r W. Cain, cor 

James 
Carroll Hulme H. bkkpr, r 58 W. Cain 
Carroll James, contractor, r 47 Peachtree 
Carroll Jesse Y. bkkpr Simons & Lee, r Edgewood 
Carroll Julius A., with Akers& Bros., r DeKalb co 
Carroll Matthew O, mer tailor. 12 E. Wall, r 19 X. Collins 
CARROLL OWEN C, whol and ret liquors, ale. &c., 44 S. 

Pryor, r 74 Decatur 
Carroll Patrick, saloon, 32 Marietta, bds Forsyth, sw cor 

Grubb 
Carroll AYilliam S. (Butler & Carroll), bds Cannon House 

HPti** XT Xt. C* T? t? is thoroughly equipped, and FIRST- 
"JL 11 V< i'l| CL \y • iV% XV • CLASS i-Q every respea. 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

CAR 144 CAR 

Carson Fanny Mrs., r 202 Marietta 

Carson James B., elk Chamberlin, Bovnton & Co., bds 42 W. 

Peters 
Carson Jane Mrs., housekpr, r 39^ "Whitehall 
Carter Beverly (c), wks Ga. R. R~ r 133 Martin 
Carter C. M., carpenter, r 78J Whitehall 
Carter Dangerfield (c), lab, r ss Rawson, w of Martin 
Carter Edward (c), barber Bentley & Minor, r 119 E. Harris 
Carter Green (c), lab, r ss Fulton, w. of Windsor 
Carter Handy (c), driver H. A. Fuller, r 69 Windsor 
( Jarter Henry (c), carpenter, r 273 Rawson 
Carter Humphrey (c), drayman, r ws Humphries, s of White- 
hall 
Carter Isaiah (c), porter Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r 27 Martin 
Carter Jacob (c), porter, r 46 Decatur. 
Carter James D , elk, r 71 X. Pryor 
Carter James T., with Constitution, r 15 X. Collins 
Carter Jethro (c), lab, r 119 E. Harris 
Carter John (J. C. & J. Carter, r 278 Whitehall 
Carter John (c), eoremkr Winship & Bro., r 167 Markham 
Carter John (c), coachman, r 85 Houston 
Carter Josiah C. (J. C. & J. Carter), r 245 Whitehall 
CARTER J. C. & J. (J. C. and John Carter), who! grocers, 

21 E. Alabama 
Carter Matthew (c), lab, r 71 Howell 
Carter Oliver (c), carpenter, r 35 Reed 
Carter Robert (c), waiter Kimball House, r 449 Gullatt 
Carter Sarah A. E. Miss, printer, bds 300 Mangum 
Carter Shadraek (c), lab, r 161 Markham 
Carter William (c), porter, r 110 E. Ellis 
Carter William (c), plasterer, r 61 Hilliard 
Carter William M.. printer W. T. Christopher, r 78?, White- 
hall 
Carter Willis (c), coachman, Er Lawshe. 
Carthan Coleman (c), drayman, r ss Wells, w of Humphries 
Carthan Lorenzo, farmer, r ss W. Fair, nr limits 
Cartledge Joseph W,, elk I. H. Smith, r 324 Decatur 
Cartwright Fredonia, wid John, r es Chapel, s of Brick 
Carvin William (c), porter P. Breitenbucher 
Carvington John (c), drayman, r 80 Eraser 
Cary Jefferson (c), grocer, es McDaniel, s of Crumley, r 81 
Humphries 

QTTPriPQTJTT3T'Q? QTJT'DT'O Combine Economy, Ele- 



FOR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER. LAWiSHE- 

CAR 145 TAT 

Gary Peter (c), porter, r 81 Humphries 

Gary Wilson (c), lab, r 11 S. Moore 

Case Albert H.. elk, bds 25 Ivy 

Case Lucy E. Mrs., teacher Atlanta University, r University 
grounds 

Casey Arthur (c), teacher, r 112 Fraser 

Casey William, lnb, r 17 Martin 

Casey William (c), shoemkr, 184 Decatur, r 8 George 

Casey William M. (c), lab, r 8 George 

Cash George (c), lab, r 179 Fraser 

Cash Harrison (c), helper A-L. Ry., r 179 Fraser 

Cason Charles L., molder Porter & Meakin, bdsns Henry, w of 
Mangum 

Cason Edward M., butcher, r 132 Magazine 

Cason John W., policeman, r ns Henry, w of Mangum 

Cason Matilda, wid John, r Moore, ^e cor Ga. R. R 

Cason Richard M., train hand W T . & A. R. R 

Cassell Barney, lab, bds 32 N. Forsyth 

Cassels Luther M., elk E. C. Allen 

Casserly James, cutter M. & J. Hirsch, bds Cannon House 

Cassidy Richard, (Cassidy & Maher), bds Wilson House 

Cassidy & Maher (R. Cassidy and J. C. Maher), cigar mnfrs, 44 
S. Pryor 

Castle Rock Coal Co. of Ga., Julius L. Brown pres; W. C 
Morrill sec; 3J Whitehall 

Castleberry Merrill T\, furniture, 168 W. Peters, r 164 W. 
Peters 

Castleberry Zach (Pelligrini & Castleberry), bds 117 W» 
Peters 

Castleman Humphries, mdse broker, Pryor, cor R. R., r Colum- 
bus, Ga 

Caswell Robert (c), lab, r 95 Thurmond 

Catchings Eliza, wid S., r ss Richardson, w of Formwalt 

Catchings Walter, cashier Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r Rich- 
ardson, nr Formwalt 

Cater Emily, wid W. H., bds 100 X. Collins 

Cater Fannie S., wid E. L., bds 76 Spring 

Cater William E. (W. E. Cater & Co.), r 76 Spring 

CATER W. E. & CO. (W. E. Cater and C. H. England),, 
dry goods, 54 Whitehall 

Cathey Annie Miss, r 24 Markham 

Cathey Catherine E., wid John, r 24 Markham 

COHEN & SELIGr ? TH ^5R15?iS FLOWPR,CES ' 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

CAT 146 CHA 

Catholic Library, O. Chambers, librarian; 28 E. Alabama 

Catley George, butcher, r 34 Gilmer 

Caudle Richard, cooper, r 62 W. Foundry 

Caudle Thomas A., with E. M. & W. ' M. Pendleton, r 93 

Chapel 
Cave Henry S., elk T. G. Healy, r North av, nw cor Plum 
Cavel Archibald (c), porter G. J. Howard, r rear 18 Houston 
Caverley Charles E., elk A. C. & B. F. Wyly, bds Markham 

House 
Cavin George (c), carriage mkr, r 97 Houston 
Cawhern Harvey, carpenter, r ns Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Cawthon Irene, wid J. H., r 35 W. Simpson 
Centennial Building, Whitehall, sw cor W. &. A. R. R 
Central Baptist Church, June Whitehall and Peters 
Central Block, Whitehall, bet Alabama and Hunter 
Central Presbyterian Ch, Rev. J. T. Leftwich, pastor ; ws 

Washington, bet Mitchell and Hunter 
Central Railroad, William M. Wadley, pres; William Rogers, 

genl supt (Atlanta Division) ; R. Schmidt, agt ; office 95 

W. Mitchell 
Central Stock Yard, Sawtell & Co., proprs ; Mitchell, sw cor 

C.R. R 
Chaffin James L., policeman, r 57 Fraser 
Chamber of Commerce, Ben. E. Crane, pres ; J. J. Toon, sec ; 

44 E. Alabama 
Chamberlain Samuel, grocer, 204 Marietta, r 158 W. Baker 
CHAMBERLIN, BOYNTON & CO. (E. P. Chamberlin, 

C. E. Boynton and H. S. Johnson), dry goods, notions, 

carpets, boots and shoes, 66 and 68 Whitehall 
Chamberlin Edward B., bkkpr Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 

103 Windsor 
Chamberlin Edward P. (Chamberlin, Boynton & Co.), r ns 

Richardson, w of Formwalt 
Chambers Edward H., tailor, r 205 W. Peters 
Chambers J. W., conductor W. & A. R. R 
Chambers Oscar, librarian Catholic Library, bds 68 Crew 
Chambers William N., lab, r ss Ezzard, nr Ella 
Chambliss Solomon (c), lab, r 193 Chapel 
Champe Thompson C, tailor, 58 Peachtree, r 33 Stonewall 
Chandler Benjamin (c), lab, r 57 Chattahoochee 
Chandler David P., conductor, r 253 Decatur 
Chandler Early (c), blacksmith P. Lynch, r Rock, w of Mangum 

Burial Shrouds and Robes KSSjfSSlS^k.r. (s eeP .96.) 



best Grate, Steam and Blacksmith's Coals, by bushel or 
car-load, J. C. KIMBALL, 54 Alabama, and 72 Marietta. 

CHA 147 CHI 



Chandler John G. Col., chief quartermaster Dent of South? 

30 E. Wall, bds Kimball House 
Chandler Meredith (c), r 154 Martin 
Chandler Nancy K. wid, bds 50 McDonough 
Chandler Thomas (c), lab, r 26 Green's Ferry av 
CHANDLER THOS. W., sec and treas Atlanta Rolling 

Mill Co., r 35 Luckie 
Chandler Walton, carpenter, r 21 S. Broad 
Chaney David (c), lab, r ss Dewalds al, w of Whitehall 
Chaney John C, painter, r 48 W. Peters 
Chaney Robert D., com mer 41, S. Pryor, r 181 Thompson 
Chapel Of The Holy Innocents, Rev. R. C. Foute, pastor; 

Juniper, nr North av 
Chaplin Mary A. Miss, teacher Atlanta University, r Univer- 
sity grounds 
Chapman Allen (c), wks Rolling Mill 

Chapman Bradford (c), driver J. F. Redd, r 24 W. Alabama 
Chapman Cupid (c), painter, r 1 Holland 
Chapman Edmund (c), mattress mkr, r 5 State 
Chapman Edward M., grocer, 118 Whitehall, r 391 White- 
hall 
Chapman Foster S., with W. H. Wimberly, r 40 W. Baker 
Chapman Hampton (c), lab, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Chapman Martha M., seamstress, ss E. 4th, 2d e of Peachtree 
Chappell Henry (c), carpenter 79 Houston, r 227 N. Fort 
Chappell Mack'(c), lab, r 297 N. Fort 
Chase Mary Mrs., teacher Atlanta University, r University 

grounds 
Chase Thomas N., prof Atlanta University, r University 

grounds 
Chastain Avery, machinist, r 251 E. Hunter 
Chastain Thomas A., r 49 Wheat 
Chenault C. O., conductor Pullman Car Co 
Cherry Alfred (c), lab, r 171 E. Simpson 
Cherry Macon G. (Davis & Cherry), r 20 Wheat 
Cheshire Elijah D., prop Air-Line House, 49| S. Pryor 
Cheshire Lafayette C, elk J. E. Armor & Co., bds 39| S. 

Whitehall" 
CHESS, CARLEY & CO., C. Downing, Jr., manager, 

whol oils, 43 S. Pryor 
Chester J. S., engineer W. & A. R. R 
Chisolm A. Gaines, saloon, bds 168 S. Pryor 

"D A QQTrTVTr' "CDO <^0 WK8T with fewer chaoges via 3Vt. <«5 
XJXOOJlUM KJLiIXJJ C.R.R. than by »ny other route. 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KE.NNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

CHI 148 CIT 

Chisolm Caroline Mrs., bds 81 W. Cain 

Chisolm Ernest, r 24 Peachtree 

Chisolm Mack (c), lab, r Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 

Chisolm Rebecca E. Mrs., boarding, 168 S. Pryor 

Chisolm Willis P., r 155 Marietta 

Olivers Adoniram J., carpenter, r 56 Plum 

Olivers Melissa, wid Joel R., r 15 Wallace 

Chovin Alexander G., street-tax collector, r 135 Marietta 

Christian Albertns J., trav agt, bds 13 E. Hunter 

Christian Alfred (c), wks T. S. Lewis 

Christian Church, Rev. A. G. Thomas, pastor ; ns Hunter,, 

bet Pryor and Loyd 
Christian Henry (c), lab, r 226 McDonough 
CHRISTIAN" INDEX, Rev. D. E. Butler, managing edi- 
tor ■ 27 and 29 S. Broad 
Christian Millard (c), drayman, r 37 Church 
Christian Pleasant (c), lab, r 56 Church 
Christian William C. D., wks W. & A. R. R., r Moore, nr 

Jones 
Christiphine Frank, glazier, r Glynn, cor Moore 
Christopher John W., trader, r 85 Plum 
Christopher Samuel H., printer W. T. Christopher, r 37 S- 

Broad 
Christopher AVilliam T., job printer, 32 Broad, r 37 S. Broad 
CHumm William (c), porter W. G. Browne 
Church Charles, wks W. S. Withers, bds 82 Rock 
Church Edward, lab J. A. Gifford, bds 82 Rock 
Church John B. engineer, r ss Taylor, nr Bell 
Church Joseph, engineer Winship & Bro., r 82 Rock 
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Rev. F. S. Rebmann,, 

pastor; Loyd, se cor Hunter. 
Church Wiley, engineer W. & A. R. R., r 20 Rock 
Churchill Augustus, machinist Sou. Agrl Wks., r 24 Bush 
Churchill James B., painter, r 90 Fraser 
Churchill James W., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 45 Plum 
Churchill John W., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Churchill William, carpenter, r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
CITIZENS BANK OF GEORGIA, Perino Brown, pres; 

W. H. Patterson, cashier; 10 E. Wall. (See page 86.) 
CITY BANK OF ATLANTA, E. L. Jones, pres; W. L. 

Scruggs, cashier; 9 E. Alabama 
City Court, R. H. Clark, judge; J. D. Collins, clerk; City Hall 

and Styles of SHIRTS are made at 
Shropshire's Shirt Factory. 



r + L *S'Tii€5 "@ Hocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can- 
I ' III ^« supply you through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 

CIT 149 CLA 

CITY DIRECTORY, A E. Sholes, publisher; Directories of 
all principal cities in the United States on file for refer- 
ence, office 24 S. Broad 

City Hall, es Washington, bet Hunter and Mitchell 

Claridy Olin, blankbook mnfr and book binder, 26 S« Broad,. 
bds National Hotel 

Clark Abby B. Miss, music teacher Atlanta Uniniversity, r 
University grounds 

Clark Abram (c), lab, r es Rolling Mill, n of Rankine 

Clark Ada, wid George, bds 47 E. Simpson 

Clark Adolphus P. (c), driver Dr. J. 8. Todd 

Clark Allen (c), coachman W. R. Hill, r Houston, nr Collins 

Clark Andrew, collector U. S. Int. Rev., 24 S. Broad, r 42 
Houston 

Clark A. B. Miss, prin Summer Hill School, r county 

Clarkr George (c), hostler O. H. Jones, r Ga. R. R 

Clark George V. (c), lab, r 295 »\ . Mitchell 

Clark Henry (c), wks Atlanta City Brewery 

Clark Henry (e), wks W. & A. R. R., r 110 Magazine 

Clark Henry M., with Walker, Boyd & Godfrey, r 28 E. Ala- 
bama 

Clark Henry T., policeman, r 83 N. Calhoun 

Clark Hiram, fireman, W. & A. R. R 

Clark Isaiah (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Clark Jackson (c), wks Atlanta City Brewery 

Clark Jacob (c), wks W. & A. R. R., r 26 Dover 

Clark James (c), lab, r 123 Houston 

Clark James, Jr., (c) porter, r 123 Houston 

Clark John P., piano tuner, r 180 McDonough 

Clark Lewis (c), lab, r 216 W. Hunter 

Clark T. W. Miss., teacher Walker St, School, r 155 Haynes 

Clark Lydia, wid James, bds 48 W. Cain 

Clark Margaret, wid James, bds 83 N. Calhoun 

Clark Margaret A., wid William, r 359 Decatur 

CLARE RICHARD H., judge City Court, and lawyer, 8 S. 
Broad, bds 72 Marietta 

Clark Richard H. Jr., bds 72 Marietta 

Clark Robert (c), lab, r 18 Pine 

Clark Thomas (c), carpenter, r 120 N. Butler 

Clark Thomas (c), coachman W. A .Moore 

Clark Tobias (c), carpenter, r es Rolling Mill, n of Rankine 

Clark University (c), R. E. Bisbee, pres; 377 Whitehall 

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WfTT*B CTfiTT nPTPTTlTTlC! to lhc Virginia Springs and Northern 
JjAOUlWlUlN ilUHillu Resorts by the Kenuesaw Route. 

CLA 150 CLA 

Clark William (c), lunch room, 209 W. Peters 

Clark William L., editor Atlanta Republican, 9 E. Hunter, 

r Glenn, nw cor Dabnev 
Clark William T., fireman C. R. R., bds 39J Whitehall 
Clark Zebina A., engineer W. & A. R. R., r ss Fuller, 1st 

e of Elliott 
Clarke Edward Y., lawyer, 35 S. Broad, r 134 McDonough 
Clarke Eliza J. Mrs., r 66 Loyd 
Clarke Ernest F,, with Garrett & Bro., r Marietta, bey 

limits 
Clarke James, r 284 Washington 
Clarke John S., with T. M. Clarke & Co., bds 41 W. 

Mitchell 
Clarke Julius (c), lab, r 20 McDonough 
Clarke John M., lawyer, r 134 McDonough 
CLARKE LEWIS H., hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, etc., 

6 Whitehall, James' Bank Blk, r 54 Walton. (See front 

cover.) 
CLARKE MARSHALL J., lawyer, 23 E. Alabama, r 284 

Washington 
Clarke Peter F., bkkpr J. Stephens, bds 79 Loyd 
Clarke Robert C. (T. M. Clarke & Co.), r 56 Houston 
Clarke Robert M. (Clarke & Austin), r Flat Shoals, Ga 
Clarke Samuel E., mattress mkr, r 125 Walker 
Clarke Thomas M. (T. M. Clarke & Co.), r 41 W. Mitchell 
Clarke T. M. & Co. (T. M. and R. C. Clarke, J. C. Kirk- 

patrick and J. A. Fitten), hardware, Peachtree, ne cor 

Line 
Clarke William H., real estate, r 301 Peachtree 
CLARKE W. IRVING, lawyer, 40 Marietta, bds Walton, 

cor Fairlie 
Clarke & Austin (R. M. Clarke and J. T. P. Austin), gro- 
cers and wagon yard, 105 and 107 Decatur 
Clarke's Hall, 27 Peachtree 
Clay Allen, shoemkr, r 277 N. Calhoun 
Clay Henry, lab, r 105 Yonge 
Clay John (c), drayman T. J. Lowe & Bro., r Rhodes, cor 

Magazine 
Clay John M., agt, bds es W. & A. R. R., n of Spring 
Clay Johnson, wks Longley & Robinson, r 277 N. Calhoun 
Clay Sarah, wid Nathan, r 9 Mangum 
Clay William, lab, r 105 Yonge 

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CLA 151 CLO 

Clay Z. wid Thomas, r 105 Yonge 

Clayton Alexander (c), lab, r 296 X. Calhoun 

Clayton A. Smith (Z. D. Harrison & A. S. Clayton), bds 91 

Marietta 
Clayton Green, lab, r Mayson's Ferry road, Bellwood 
Clayton John W. (Clayton & Webb), r 34 Windsor 
Clayton Julius (c), lab," r 238 W. Hunter 
Clayton Nora Mad., r 45 S. Broad 
Clayton Richard (c), lab, r rear es Bell, nr Foster 
Clayton Richard (c), lab, r 26 Porter's al 
Clayton Thomas A., mer, r 200 Crew 
CLAYTON WILLIAM H. supt Sou. Ex. Co., 30 and 32 

Wall, bds 91 Marietta 
Clayton William H., elk, bds 24 Cedar 
Clayton William W., asst cashier Mer Bank of Atlanta, r 91 

' Marietta 
CLAYTON & WEBB (J. W. Clayton and Benjamin F. 

Webb), whol liquors, 73 Whitehall 
Cleaton James D.,clk R. A. Hemphill, r Pine, nw cor Calhoun 
Cleaves Mary A., wid T. A., r 46 Thompson 
Cleburne Rifles, James Haverty, sec; armory Loyd, nw cor 

Alabama 
Cleland J. D., lab, bds 10 Ezzard 
Clements Pinckney (c), porter A. Bates 
Clemmons James A., elk H. C. Savvtell, r 68 Mangum 
Cleveland Lewis C, butch ;r, r Glenn, eor Wells, W. E 
Clifford Arvilla D., wid Edwird, bds Xorth av, cor Plum 
Clifton Lizzie Mad., r 19 S. Collins 
Clince Jacob, lab, r 247 W. Fair 
Clinton Anna, wid George, r44 Greens Ferry av 
Clinton George W. lab, r 461 Marietta 
Clinton Susie Mrs., r 36 Spring 

Clonts Thomas A., elk Smvthe & Perkerson, r 123 Wilson 
Cloud Henry (c), lab, r 146 X. Butler 
Cloud Henry C., elk J. Keely, bds Wilson House 
Cloud John (c), lab, r 143 Mark ham 
Clowe W. H., brass molder Ga. R. R 
Clower Charles, tinner, r 93 E. Harris 
Clower Daniel, boarding, r 76 S. Forsyth 
Clower Daniel, Jr., lab, bds 76 S. Forsyth 
Clower Thomas L., carpenter, r 93 E. Harris 
Clower Willard H., molder, r 201 E. Hunter 

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A XiOuililN VJiJiXQ O. H. H.. than by »ny other .-oaie. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave AUan- 
ta daily via KENNESAw ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

CLO 152 COL 

Glower William W., brickmason, r 186 N. Collins 

Coakley Alexander J., fireman A-L. Ry., r 28 Hilliard 

Cobb Erasmus (c), barber, r 98 Forrest av 

Cobb Jackson, porter Sou. Ex. Co 

Cocchi David, confectioner, 106 Whitehall 

Cochran Clifton N., elk, r Bush, nr Mangum 

Cochran Demetrius A., U. S. Int. Eev. agt, r 16 Bush 

Cochran Elias A., elk 29 W. Mitchell, bds 116 S. Forsyth 

Cochran Seaborn (e), lab, r 57 Hoge 

Cochran William A., carpenter M. Lipes, r 169 Jackson 

Cocke Mary, wid Stephen, bds 17 Wheat 

Cody C. Columbus, r 251 W. Peachtree 

Cody Henry R., barber, r 83 Loyd 

Cody Mary H., wid Edmund, bds 144 Loyd 

Cody Richmond (c), farmer, r 307 Fraser 

Cody William H., with Langston & Crane, r 251 Peachtree 

Coffin Arthur, elk D. C. McPhee, r 19 Corput 

Coffin Ellen W. Miss, asst editor Methodist Advocate, bds 30> 
McDonough 

Cohen A. Seixas (W. S. Turner & Co.), r 96 E. Mitchell 

Cohen Edward B., mer, r 50 S. Forsyth 

Cohen Eugene, waiter Kimball House 

Cohen Henry,itrav agt, bds 21 N. Collins 

Cohen Jonas L. (Cohen & Selig), r 1 1 1 E. Garnett 

Cohen Louis (L. Cohen & Co.), r 52 Thompson 

Cohen L. & Co. (L. Cohen and L. Weilman), liquors, 23 E. 
Alabama 

Cohen Moses S., r 97 E. Mitchell 

COHEN & SELIG (J. L. Cohen and J. Selig), clothing and 
gents furnishing, 23 Whitehall. (See bottom lines.) 

Cohran Joseph, printer H. H. Dickson, r 138 S. Forsyth 

Coker Alfred, soldier, r ns Humphries, w of Chapel 

Coker Francis M., pres Bank State of Ga., r 66 Washington 

Coker Francis M., Jr.,bkkpr Bank State of Ga., bds 66 Wash- 
ington 

Colbert John (c), lab, r rear 135 Marietta 

Colbert Wlliam H., printer Constitution, r 77 W. Cain 

Cole Charles, baggagemaster A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 243 Decatur 

Cole Charles M., elk, bds 54 Elliott 

Cole David (c), sexton First Methodist Church, r rear 79 
Luckie 

Cole Deborah Mrs., seamstress, bds 222 Mangum 

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Tbn Ariinrlnl QnnMonln a Specialty, and the best in use. ER 
I Me ArlinCiei OpeClaCie LAWSHE, Sole Agent in Atlanta. 

COL 153 COL 



Cole Edburn I., car inspector W. & A. R. R., r 54 Elliott 

Cole Frederick G., carpenter \V. & A. R. R.,r54 Elliott 

Cole George T., dep U. S. marshal, r 2<S Strong 

('die Harrison (c), carpenter, r 68 Hayden 

Cole James H., conductor A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 243 Decatur 

Cole Lafayette N., elk W. H. Hannon, r 182 AV. Fair 

Cole Moses (M. Cole & Co,), rMcDonough rd 

COLE M. & CO., (Moses C$le and Campbell Wallace), proprs 

Atlanta Nurseries, florists and seedsmen, office 2 Whitehall 
( !ole Thomas A., conductor A. & \Y. Pt. R. R., r 213 Decatur 
Cole William X., with J. W. Phillips & Co., r 41 Magazine 
Coleman Albert (c), wks W. & A. R. R., r 92 Gray 
Coleman Frank (c), cook H. H. Parks 
Coleman Julius (c), waiter, r 82 Forrest av 
Coleman J. M., brakeman, bds Cannon House 
Coleman Mary C. Mrs., dressmkr, r Ivy, sw cor E. Harris 
Coleman Robert (c), hostler (). H. Jones, r 181 S. Forsyth 
COLES HARRISON (c), undertaker and contractor, 179| 

Marietta, r Havden, cor Simpson. (See page 93.) 
Coley Jesse M., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Collier Charles A. (Collier & Collier), r 240 Rawson 
Collier George W. (Collier & Co.), r country 
Collier Guilford (c), porter J. P. Stevens & Co 
Collier Henry L., civil engineer, bds 45 Nelson 
Collier Isaac (c), cook Markham House, r 49 Valentine 
Collier John, machinist E. Van Winkle 
Collier John (Collier & Collier), r 45 Nelson 
Collier John AV. (Collier & Co.), r Ellis, sw cor Ivy 
Collier Maribo E., foreman machine shops W. &. A. R. R., r 

Alexander, ne eor Venable 
Collier Patience, wid J. AV., r 9G Bush 
Collier Roland (e), lab, r 33 Dewald's al, w of Whitehall 
Collier Thomas (c), lab, r 18 Greens Ferry av 
Collier Thomas J., shoemkr, r 96 Bush 
< Jollier Wesley (c), hostler Clint Taylor 
Collier Willis (c), driver, r rear 45 Nelson 
Collier Zebedee (c), carpenter, r ws Butler, 2d n of E. Cain 
COLLIER & COLLIER (John and C. A. Collier), lawyers, 

8 James Bank Blk, 6 Whitehall 
COLLIER & CO (G. AV. and J. W. Collier), druggists, 25 

Peachtree 
Collins James D., clerk Superior and City Courts, office Court 

House, r 20 McI)onough 

Gents 1 Furnishing Goods ^^nYteVaVi! tyatcOHEN&SEIiIG ' s ' 



FOR INFORMATION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North,. 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, G». 

COL 154 CON 



Collins James F., lab, r 277 N. Calhoun 

Collins Jere K., machinist Porter & Meakin, r 105 Ga. R. R 

Collins Matilda, wid J. T., r 62 E. Baker 

COLQUITT ALFRED H. HON., governor of Georgia,, 

office State House, r 234 Peachtree 
Colquitt Mack (c), porter Supreme Court, r 101 E. Cain 
Combs Daniel (c), brick mason, r 27 Chapel 
Combs Henry (c), barber, r rear 324 Houston 
Combs John (c), barber S. Miller, r 189 Marietta 
Combs Oscar (c), lab, r 22 Moseley 
Comer David B., r 47 Peachtree 
Compton William "\\ ., bkkpr I. Bird, r 57 E. Cain 
Concordia Hall (new), 40 Marietta 
Concordia Hall (old), ss Mitchell, opp Broad 
Condor W. H., elk J. W. Goldsmith, bds 83 Marietta 
Cone Nancy, wid William, r 100 Fulton 
Cone William B., elk W. H. Brotherton, r 102 Windsor 
CONLEY BENJAMIN HON., postmaster, office Post Office,, 

r West End 
Conley George H., barkpr Thurmond & Tripp, bds 28 Hayden 
Conley Howard (c), lab, r rear 74 N. Collins 
Conley James C, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 107 W. 

Baker 
Conley John L. (Conley & Shumate), r 147 Marietta 
Conley Madison (c), lab, r 226 W. Hunter 
CONLEY & SHUMATE (John L. Conley and William L. 

Shumate), lawyers, Sh Marietta 
Connolly Building, Whitehall, se cor Alabama 
Connally Cicero W., elk H. Franklin, r 1 W. Gnrnett 
Connally Elijah L., physician, 26 Whitehall, r 87 E. Alabama 
Connallv Marcus D. (Hewin & Connally), r 60 Decatur 
Connally Oliver (e), wks Thomas & Johnson, r 79 Yonge 
Connell James E.. grocer, 22 Rhodes, r 204 Haynes 
Connolly Arthur B., capt police, r 241 E. Hunter 
Connolly Elizabeth, wid John, r 241 E. Hunter 
Connolly Henry T., elk, bds 241 E. Hunter 
Connolly John, lab, r 16 Moore 
Connolly John F., elk O. Sheehan, r 241 E. Hunter 
Connolly John T., elk, bds 131 E. Hunter 
Connolly Susan Mrs., grocer, 131 E. Hunter 
Connor Mary, wid Edwards, r 69 Thumond 
CONSTITUTION (Daily and Weekly), W. A. Hemphill; 

bus manager; 34 S. Broad. (See index to adv.) 

T3T ~l — T "TJT^vT^* has the FINEST HEARSE in the Statev 
r^ l«l I i I— ■ ■ JC 26 W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



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CON 155 COO 



CONSTITUTION PUBLISHING CO., Albert Howell, 
presj W. A. Hemphill, bus manager; 34 S. Broad 

Convent of the Immaculate Conception, Mother Veronica 
superior; es Loyd, bet Hunter and Mitchell 

Conway John J., elk J Ryan, bds 39£ Whitehall 

Conyers Joseph (c), brickmason, r Foundry, aw cor Haynes 

Convers Murphy (e), shoemkr, 508 Decatur, r es Savannah, nr 
Ga. R. R 

Cook Afton B., messenger Atlanta Cotton Factory, r 20 
Spring 

Cook Allen (c), lab, r ss Solomon, e of Fraser 

Cook Anthony (c), lab, r 224 Clarke 

Cook Arthur (c), lab, r 20 Randolph 

Cook Benjamin (c), waiter Big Bonanza Saloon, r 79 E. Gar- 
nett 

Cook David A., station house keeper, r 55 S. Forsyth 

Cook David R., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 45 Victoria 

Cook Ellison R. elk Burke & Hancock, bds 411 Peachtree 

Cook Esther E. Mrs, r 294 E. Fair 

Cook George W., grave decorator, r 383 Marietta 

Cook George W. D (Cook & Stewart), r 20 Spring 

Cook Howard, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

Cook Issachar J., constable, 18 Whitehall, r 13 Stonewall 

Cook John, tailor J. Lynch, r 141 Ira 

Cook John E. (Cook & Logan), r rear 93 W. Peter 

Cook Joseph J. (c) lab, r 9 Ella 

Cook Joseph R., elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co 

Cook Joseph S., wks Ga. R. R., bds 20 Spring 

Cook Josiah M., bds 13 Stonewall 

Cook Julius H., elk J. Kcely, r 20 Walker 

Cook Lewis, marshal W. E., r ss Gordon, w of Lee, W. E 

Cook Thomas M., elk W. H. Green, r 123 Peachtree 

Cook Virgil (c), lab, r 16 Pullium 

Cook William F., D.D., presiding elder M. E. Ch. South, At- 
lanta Dist., r 411 Peachrree 

Cook & Logan (J. E. C ok and F. R. Logan) com mers, Ala- 
bama, ne cor Pry or 

Cook & Stewart (G. W. D. Cook and F. F. Stewart) builders 
and contracters, W. & A. R. R., n of Foundry 

Cooke Hannah, wid Thomas, r ns Anderson, nr Grant 

Cooke John H., druggist, r 123 Decatur 

Cooke William C, ins agt, r 359 Whitehall 

"^C> TV /ff"4 ~i £k« Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. than by 
M 9m^3 .J_m/JSL JL J- VZ?S9 any other route to ail points west. 



"PHP "PPPTPTTT Rates to °r from North. East or West, applv to R. A. 
lUIl £ JAiD±uI1j. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

COO 156 COR 

Cooledge Fred J., with Duck & Co., bds National Hotel 

Cooley Susie A. Miss, preceptress Atlanta University, r Uni- 
versity grounds 

Cooper Alonzo C. (c), wks W. Finch 

Cooper Adoniram J., with Abbott & Bro., r 184 Haynes 

Cooper Augusta R. Miss, elk S. F. Salter, bds 43 Bush 

Cooper Charles A., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 10 State 

Cooper Charles A., saloon, Marietta, n of limits 

Cooper George A., barkpr C. A. Cooper, r rear ss Mayson's 
Ferrv rd, Belhvood 

Cooper Henry (c), cook, r 95 Haynes 

Coopc- "Tenry L., coffin muff, 3 and 5 Fort, r 331 Decatur 

Cooper 1 viae (c), wks J. Dabbs 

Cooper James T., elk. r 50 \\'. <fc A. R. R 

Cooper John, elk, r ws Stonewall, n of Chapel 

Cooper John T., elk Court of Ordinary, bds 124 S. Pryor 

Cooper Mark, r 33 Grubb 

Cooper Timothy (e), lab, r 41 Biggers 

Cooper William (c), lab, r 24 James 

Copeland Willis (c), carpenter, r 46 Davis 

Coppage Francis A., puddler, ns Ga. R. R , r Edgewood 

Coppage James L., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r rear 402 Mari- 
etta 

Corbally John A., foreman, r 71 W. Harris 

Corlev John H., machinist Wmship & Bro, r es Randolph, nr 
Houston 
- Corlev S. T., conductor W. *V A. R. R.. r Decatur 

Corley William L.. bricklayer, bds Rmdolph, ne cor Houston 

Cornett Pinckney, shoemkr C. Bishop, r Fort, n of Pine 

Cornwall D. O., student, bds Fulton House 
~- Cornwell E., watchman W. & A. R. R 

CORPUT FELIX, ice dealer, Wall cor Peachtree, r Macon, 
Ga 

Corput Gustave, with M. V. D. Corput, r ns Lee s of Gordon, 
W. E 

Corput J. G. Mrs., teacher, r ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 

Corput Mix V. D., civil engineer, 1'5 X. Forsyth, r ws Lee, s of 
Gordon, W. E 

Corrie Alice, wid S. J., bds 69 Spring 

Corrie George, printer J. P. Harrison & Co., bds Wilson 
House 

Corrigan James, agt, r 13 Henry 

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COB 157 COX 

( Jorrigan John, mess Sou. Ex. Co., r 79 S. Loyd 

Corrigan Joseph M., elk, bds 97 S. Loyd 

Corrigan Michael, stonemason, r 97 S. Loyd 

Corrigan Thomas F., elk, bds 97 S. Loyd 

Corrigan William, elk, bds 97 S. Loyd 

( Jorsey William (c), lab, r ws Vine, 2d n of Magazine 

Cosbey Henry (e), lab W. S. Wilson & Bro., r 17<> Wheat 

Cosbey Lizzie E. Mrs., bds 122 W. Peters 

Costan C. L.. tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 111 Luckie 

Cotesworth Pinckney, elk P. & G. T. Dodd & Co., bds 94 

Walton 
Cotter Gowdy H., with M. Franklin, bds National Hotel 
COTTINGHAM HARRY M., genl frt agt A. & ( '. A-L. 

Ry, office Wall, cor Loyd, r Richardson, sw cor Pryor 
Cotton John W., grocer, 128 S. Forsyth, r ws Hood, s of 

Whitehall 
Cottrell Susan Mrs., r 15 Trenhelm 
Coulter Frederick F., agt, r 49 Crew 
County Jail, G. Whit Anderson, jailor ; 34 Fraser 
Court House, es Washington, bet Hunter and Mitchell 
Court of Ordinary. Daniel T. Pittman, ordinary ; Washington, 

bet Hunter and Mitchell 
Courtney John C. general bkkpr W. A: A. R. R., r 225 Hill 
Covington James W., in- agt, r ns Clarke, w of Washington 
Covington William F. (Brooks & Covington), r E. 4th, nr 

Peachtree rd 
Covington Willi- ■<• . carpenter, r Edgewood, - of Ga. R. R 
Cowan Frank, printer, bds Calloway House 
Cowan Robert I c), cook Ballard & Allen 
Cowles Clifford A., elk Ga. R. R., r Decatur, Ga 
Cox Henrv T. (H. T. Cox & C ».), r L .uisville, Tenn 
COX. HILL & THOMPSON (W. B. Cox, W. R. Hill and 

Joseph Thompson, Jim, whol liquors and distillers, 29 

Feachtree 
Cox H. T. & Co. iH. T. Cox, H. I). Smith and X. H. ( 

whol grocers and com mers, i* S. Forsyth 
Cox James B., painter, r 258 X. Calhoun 
Cox James E., claim agt W. & A. R. R.. r 45 X". Pryor 
Cox John (c),lab, r 110 Fair 
("ox John W. (Banks & Cox), r 24 Wheat 
Cox John W. (c), grocer, Tatnall, junction W. Mitchell 
Cox Nathaniel H. i H. T. Cox & Co.), r Louisville, Tenn 

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COX 158 CEA 



Cox Sallie, wid E. F., bds 123 Walker 

Cox S. R., train hand W. & A. R. R 

Cox William, lab, r 80 Alexander 

Cox William B. (E. A. Robertson & Co. and Cox, Hill & 

Thompson), r 201 Ivy 
Cox William P., bkkpr Kimball House 
Coyen James, farmer, r 139 E. Harris 
Coyle Mary Miss, bds 113 Walton 
Cozzart Ann M., wid H. W., r 49 W. Peters 
Craddock Douglas (e), shoemkr, 454 Marietta, r 1 44 Gray 
Craddock Edward (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Craddock William E. (c), shoemkr D. Craddock, r 144 Gray 
Craft Henry T., elk J. Ryan, bds 19 W. Fair 
Craig Andrew C, Jr., driver, bds 47 Simpson 
Craig Berrv (c), blacksmith, r J 15 E. Cain 
Craig James, pattern mkr W. & A. R. R., r 140 g. Pryor 
Craig James G., machinist W. & A. R. R., bds 140 S. Prvor 
Craig Joseph E. (c), lab, r 295 W. Mitchell 
Craig Margaret, wid Andrew, r 47 Simpson 
Craig Mattie A., wid Hugh, r 140 Luckie 
Craig William G. (c), lab, r 295 W. Mitchell 
Craig William R., machinist W. & A. R. R 
Craige E. H. (Craige & Co.), r New York 
CRAIGE & CO. (E H. Craige and ), Domestic Sewing 

Machines, 43 Whitehall 
Cram Henry B., bkkpr Kimball House 
Cramer Frederick, baker H. Karwisch 
Crampton James (c), waiter W. S. Walker 
Crandall J. R., tanner, Williams, S3 cor Alexander 
Crandall R. L., tanner, r Williams, se cor Alexander 
Crane Ben, E. (Langston & Crane), and pres Chamber of Com- 
merce, r 90 Ivy 
CRANE, BOYLSTON & CO. (J. R. Boylston, A. Z. Dem- 

arest and H. Bovlston), whol dry goods, boots, shoes, etc., • 

G S. Pryor 
Crane Charles A., with Langston & Crane, r 46 E. Alabama 
Crankshaw Charles W., elk, bds 111 Nelson 
Crankshaw Hamilton (H. Crankshaw & Co.), r 111 Nelson 
Crankshaw H. ct Co. (H Crankshaw, L. Richardson and J. C. 

Bowen), planing mill, ss Garnett, bet Forsyth and 

Thompson 
Crawford Anne G, wid N. M., r369 Houston 

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CRA 159 CRO 

Crawford Franklin A., delivery elk \V. & A. R. R., r 37 

Nelson 

Crawford George (c), lab, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Crawford George (c), lab, r 225 Foster 
Crawford George (e), lab, r 292 Wheat 
Crawford George G. (Crawford & Owen), r 14 Whitehall 
Crawford Green (e), wks Kimball House 
( Jrawford John, elk J. Keely, r 25 Form wait 
Crawford Jennie, wid Banks, rss Pine, w of Blackmon 
Crawford Mary, wid Peter, r 176 Marietta 
Crawford Mary Miss, seamstress, r 39^ Whitehall 
Crawford Van Buren, elk Fuller & Doolittle, r 164 Mangum 
Crawford Woodson (c), lab, r 292 Wheat 

Crawford & Owen (G. G. Crawford and W. G. Owen), physi- 
cians, 14 Whitehall 
Crearv Cicero (c), driver, r 78 Humphries 
Credille Cullen S., bds 36 Walker 
Crenshaw James L., real estate agt, 10 E. Alabama, r 83 S. 

Broad 
Crenshaw William (Holland & Crenshaw), r 24 Whitehall 
CREW BENJAMIN B (Phillips £ Crew), r 33 W. Harris 
Crew St School, John Isham, prin ; 119 Crew- 
Crews John, pnddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Crichton John P. (Crichton, Kennedy & Co.), r 133 X. Collins 
Crichton, Kennedy & Co. (J. P. Crichton, H. P. Kennedy and 

T. P. Crichton), cigars and tobacco, 49 Whitehall 
Crichton Thomas P. (Crichton, Kennedy A: Co.), bds 133 N. 

Collins 
Crim James A., watchman Longley A: Robinson, r 101 X. 

Calhoun 
Crim William M., watchman, r 54 Martin 
Crisler Mack (c), lab, r W. & A. R. R., n of limits 
Crockett Amos (c),.lab, r 29 Robbins 
Crockett Berry (c), engineer Atlanta City Brewery, r 151 

Irwin 
Crockett David A., machinist, r 51 W. Foundry 
Crockett James (James Crockett A' Co.), r Decatur, Ga 
Crockett James & Co. (James Crockett and ), saloon, ns 

Decatur, nr Randolph 
Crockett Mary K., wid D. M., bds 51 W. Foundry 
Croft George W., bricknlason, r 209 Walker 
Croft Thomas, fireman W. A- A. R. R., bds 209 Walker 

Bviying Tickets West 5 

learn the aii van tinges offered i>y tue M. & C. R. R. 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

CRO 160 CUL 

•Croft William (c), lab, r es Randolph, n of E. Harris 

Crogin James, engineer W. & A. R. R 

Crogman William H. (c), teacher Clark University, r 377 

Whitehall 
Cromb Daniel, carpenter, r 154 X. Calhoun 
Crookshanks John R., trader, 51 Loyd 
Crookshanks William M., elk, r 276 Rawson 
Crosby George, wks L. H. Hall & Co., bds Air Line House 
Crosby Isaac, wks Wm. Brenner, r 55 Ga. R. R 

- Crosley John F., engineer A-L. Ry, r 150 X. Collins 
Cross Edwin E., carpenter, r 62 Gilmer 

Cross George, carpenter, r 124 Rhodes 
Cross H., painter W. & A. R. R 
Cross Joseph (c), lab, r 22 X. Collins 
Cross , elk, bds 33 X Forsyth 

- Crouch James M., carpenter W. iv. A. R. R., r 5 Chapel 
Crouch William P., cabinetmkr L. H. Hall & Co., bds 90 

Jones av 
Crow Jackson, carpenter, r 55 X. Butler 
Crow James (c), lab, r rear County Jail 
Crow Stephen Y., elk, r 123 Ga. R. R 
Crowley Horace (c) lab, r nr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Crumby Jeremiah (c), lab, r ss Irwin, nr limits, W. E 
Crumley Catherine, Mrs., grocer, 264 Marietta 
Crumley Daniel, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Crumley William M. Jr. elk Tommey, Stewart & Beck, r 105 

Walton 
Cruse William B.,lab, r ns May son's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Crusselle Thomas A., mason, r 143 North av 
CEUSSELLE THOMAS G. W., grocer ami saloon, 1 

Pcachtree rd 
CrutchHcld King (c), carpenter, r271 X. Calhoun 
Crymes Thomas M., elk W. D. Smith, r 234 Decatur 
Culberson Augustus B., lawyer, 61 E. Alabama, r ns Gordon, 

w of Peeples, W. E 
Culberson Gerald H., dep elk Superior Court, r ns Gordon, w 

of Lee, W. E 
Culberson Isaac (c), lab, r rear 54 E. Ellis 
Culberson James H., carpenter, r ns Irwin, w of Lee, W. E. 
Culberson ( )vid I., grocer, Lee, sw cor Gordon, W. E 
Cullen Cecilia, wid James, bds 60 X Calhoun 
•Cullum Michael, lab, r 221 Martin 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS Are made to ° rrt r Measure. 



FOR I tood Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER LAW9HE. 

CUL 161 (UR 

Culpepper Daniel (e), lab, r 154 Clarke 

Culpepper Isaiah (c), lab, r 3 Grady 

CULPEPPER JESSE W., sec 'Atlanta Water Works Co., 

and sec and treas Atlanta Street Ry, r es Peachtree, n of 

Baker 
Camming* Charles (c), p®rter, r 32 Ga. R. R 
Cummings Frederick, barkpr J. Broad, r 7fi S. Broad 
Cummings James E., painter W. W. Garrison, r 78J Whitehall 
Cummings John (c), lab. r 32 Ga. R. R 
Cummings Mary, wid James, r Newton, ne cor Haynes 
Cummings Rosina, wid James, r 39 Peachtree 
Cummings Will B. bookbinder C. M. Ramspeck, r 39 Peachtree 
Cundell Joseph, bkkpr E. Van Winkle, r 31 Hayden 
Cunningham Alexander T., cotton warehouse, Alabama, nw cor 

Forsyth, r 172 McDonoiigh 
Cunningham Anna Miss, r 30 S. Broad 
Cunningham Augustus H., printer, r 23 Orme 
Cunningham Frank M (c), wks Longley & Robinson, r 155 

E. Fair 
Cunningham George (c), driver Tommey, Stewart & Beck, r 

rear 43 W. Cain 
Cunningham James D., wks A-L Ry, bds Callaway House 
Cunningham James W., with E. Bates & Co., bds Cannon 

CUNNINGHAN JOHN D., lawyer, 31 Whitehall, r Ashby, 

W. E 
Cunningham Marion (c), cook, r ns Merritt's av, e of Fort 
Cunningham Sarah, will J. D., r Greens Ferry av, ne cor 

Holland 
Cunningham William H., printer Constitution, r 30 S. Broad 
Cunningham Wilson (c), lab, r ws Hilliard, 2d n of E. Harris 
Curbow Dempsey X., woodworker, r 25 Magazine 
Cureton Charles (c), helper Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 
Cureton David (c), wks Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 
Cureton Isaac (c), wks Hunnicutt ife Bellingraths 
Cureton William (c), lab, r rear 144 Alexander 
Curlee Martha L. Mrs., seamstress, bds 82 S. Pryor 
Curran John M. (Curran ite Poindexter), r 37 Stonewall 
Curran & Poindexter (J. M. Curran and E. H. Poindexter),. 

harness and saddlery, 22 W. Alabama 
Currier Catherine A., wid H. L., bds 174 Ivy 
Currier Charles E., bkkpr, r 174 Ivy 

M A TCJ Aim A A DO at bottom price* at COHEN <fc 
HA I d AIXU UArO SELIG'S, 23 WHITEHALL. 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

CUR 162 DAN 

Curry George (c), fireman, r 48 E. Fair 

Curry Hardy (c), grocer, 164 Fraser 

Curry James, carpenter, r ss W. Fair, e of limits 

Curry Jeff (c), porter J. J. Williams & Co., r 72 Houston 

Curry Moses (c), lab, r 37 Richmond 

Curry Patrick (c), porter Kennesaw Mills Co., r 53 Foster 

Curtis Benjamin F. (Sewell & Curtis), r 123 Walker 

Curtis Eliza A., wid William, r 75 Washington 

Curtis James A. (Curtis & Smith), r 45 Powers 

Curtis M. E. Mrs., dressmkr, r 37 E. Alabama 

Curtis & Smith (J. Curtis and F. C. Smith), carriage mnfrs, 85 

Peachtree 
Cushenberry Andrew (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Cyrus Warren (c), porter J. Ben Wilson & Co 



BUT GO TO MOTES' AT ONCE, AND SECURE 

The Shadow ere the Substance Fade. 

All Stifles of First-class Photography , 

ZKTO- 32 WHITEHALL. 

DABBS JAMES (c), grocer, 217 W. Mitchell, r 263 W. 
Mitchell 

Dabney Frank B., elk, bds 96 N. Collins 

Dabney Tvree J., office 81 Peachtree, r 96 N. Collins 

Dabney William A. Rev., r 252 E. Hunter 

Dade Coal Company, Joseph E. Brown, pres ; W. H. Patter- 
son, sec and treas ; office W. & A. R. R. building 

Dager Henry, shoemkr, bds 162 E. Simpson 

Dailev George, barkpr J. L. Griffin 

DaleAdaline M., wid Abel, r 161 W. Foundry 

Dallas George J., mer, r 44 Jones 

Daly Catherine, wid Martin, r 35 Castleberry 

Daly John, elk J. Keely, r 35 Castleberry 

Daly Patrick, engineer 'W. & A. R. R., r 40 Castleberry 

Dameron John D. elk M. & J. Hirsch, r 214 Haynes 

Daniel Abraham (c), driver E. A. Robertson & Co 

Daniel Andrew, hotelkpr, bds 92J S. Broad 

Daniel Benjamin, elk J. Keely, r 97 Luckie 

Daniel Catherine, wid Jackson, r rear ns Greens Ferry av, e 
of limits 

*^ ' ' ' | | C ' JL g 2ti W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



Extra Blacksmith Coal f^JteS&Jz?- ^bai-l, 54 Ato - 



DAN 163 DAV 

Daniel Elijah (c), lah, r 61 Rawson 

Daniel Fillmore, farmer, r rear ns Greens Ferry, av e of limits 
Daniel F. M. Rev., r Gordon, se cor Peeples, W. E 
Daniel Granson (c), truckman, r ns E. Harris, 5th w of Rol- 
ling Mill 
Daniel Isham C, elk G. W. Price, r 37 Marietta 
Daniel James C, elk G. W. Price, r 47 Houston 
Daniel John B. (Daniel & Marsh), r 36 Forrest av 
Daniel John H., lunch room, 21 W. Mitchell, r 91 Whitehall 
Daniel John P., switchman, r 97 Luckie 
Daniel Lark in (c), carpenter, r rear 100 Richardson 
Daniel Leonard (c) lah, r ws Terry, s of Crumley 
Daniel Rebecca, wid William, bds 48 Elliott 
Daniel Robert (e), lab, r rear ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Daniel William H., bkkpr J. E. Johnston & Co., r 227 Wash- 
ington 
Daniel Zion (c), lab, r 104 W. Peters 

DANIEL & MARSH (J. B. Daniel and E. W. Marsh, Jr.), 
drugs and medicines whol and ret, 13 Decatur. (See front 
paster.) 
Daniels George N., photographer, bds Adams House 
Daniels William W., grocer, 54 Davis 
Dann Benedict L., cigars and tobacco, 1 Peachtree, r 55 W. 

Garnett 
Darby George (c), lab, r es S. Pryor, s of Richardson 
Darby Georgia, wid Archibald, r 298 Decatur 
Darby TV.addeus (c), lab, r es S. Pryor, s of Richardson 
Darden Hilliard (c), drayman, r 11 Solomon 
Darden Knight (c), waiter, r 241 Parter 
Darden Wesley (c), dravman, r 108 E. Fair 
DARLING JOSEPH, grocer, 72 Peachtree, r 158 ivy 
DARNELL SION A., lawyer, room 19, 7 Whitehall, r 199 

Jackson, nr Harris 
Daughetty Rhoda A. Mrs., boarding house, r W. & A. R. R., 

nr Spring 
DAUGHERTY, see also DOUGHERTY 
Daughtry Joseph G., elk M. C. & J. F. Kiser & Co., bds 31 N. 

Pryor 
Davenport Charles, fireman, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Davenport Jesse (c), lab, r 153 N. Butler 
Davenport Joseph P., bkkpr Wellhouse & Son, bds 15 E. 
Mitchell 

T\t* ** 1V/T Jt&- f* fflIP 1 U> > 8 thoroushly equipped, and FIRST* 
J. 1X& Wk m HE W;® *£?» J&f CLASS in every reaped. 



FOR INFORMATION as to Pas*asre, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North,. 
East and West, apply to B. W. WREXX, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

DAY 164 DAY 

Davidson Elijah (c), lab, r 85 Houston 

Davidson Ellison A., printer Constitution, r 24 S. Broad 

Davidson Thomas A., collector, bds 202 Jones 

Davis Anderson (c), helper Porter & Meakin, r 133 W. Butler 

Davis Andrew (c), barber, r 181 S. Forsyth 

Davis Andrew, blacksmith, bds 260 W. Mitchell 

Davis Andrew W., grain broker, 43 E. Alabama, r 35 Lark in 

Davis Benjamin J., agt, r 283 W. Peachtree 

Davis Cato (ct, wks Porter & Meakin, r 131 X. Butler 

Davis Charles, polisher Sou. Agrl Wks 

Davis Christopher C, elk M. W. Johnson & Co., r 27 Tatnall 

Davis Daniel, helper W. & A. R. R., r 242 Wheat 

Davis Edward (c), waiter Wilson House 

Davis Elbert (c), lab, r 319 W. Mitchell 

Davis Elijah (c), wks A. & W. Pt. R. R 

Davis Elizabeth, wid A., r 122 Gullatt 

Davis Ellis (Ellis Davis & Co.), r Rockmart, Ga 

Davis Ellis & Co. (Ellis Davis and A. M. Goodrich), slate 

roofers, 39 S. Broad 
Davis Floyd (c), lab, r ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Davis Frank (c), lab, r rear 200 E. Cain 
Davis Frank, physician, r ws Chestnut, opp Foundry 
Davis George, bricklayer, r ws W. & A. R. R., Bellwood 
Davis Georgia, wid L. D., r 10 Bailey 
Davis Giles (c), farmer, r 494 Whitehall 
Davis Henry (c), drayman, r rear 206 E. Cain 
Davis Henry (c), lab, r 139 Luckie 

Davis Henry (e), lab, r rear ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Davis Henry (c), lab, r 65 Haynes 

Davis Henry L. (c), shoemkr, 31 Decatur, r 80 Gilmer 
Davis John (e), lab, r ws Randolph, nr Irwin 
Davis Jackson (cj, carpenter, r ws Hilliard, nr Irwin 
Davis James (c), blacksmith O. Davis, r 103 Rhodes 
Davis James (c), lab, r 179 E. Baker 

Davis James Jr. (c), broommkr A. S. Lenfestev, r 179 E. Baker 
Davis James A. J. (Smith & Davis), r 260 W. Mitchell 
Davis James C, miller, 320 and 322 Marietta, r 151 Peachtree 
Davis James H., gas fitter Hunnicutt & Belli ngraths, r 10' 

Bailey 
Davis Jeremiah (c), farmer, r 279 Jones 
Davis John, machine shop, 221 Marietta, r 219 Marietta 
Davis John (c), drayman, r ss Wells, w of Humphries 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS S^MS. 6 "* 



PQT A "RT TQITTTn IX i""»0.) Er Lawshe's Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 1 
£jO 1 riDJjloil£jJJ Silverware Establishment Repairing a Specialty. 

DAY 165 DAY 



Davis John (c), lab, rl75 Rawson 

Davis John (e), lab, r ws Randolph, nr Irwin 

Davis Joseph H. (Davis & Cherry), r 10 Bartow 

Davis Joseph J., tailor M. & J. Hirsch, r Ponders av, bey 
limits 

Davis J. Claiborne, elk M. W. Johnson & Co,, bds 27 Tatnalli 

Davis J. M., lab, r rear 514 Decatur 

Davis Larkin H., boarding house, 72 S. Forsyth 

Davis Levi (c), lab, r 55 Rolling Mill 

Davis Lewis (e), lab, r ns Jones, e of Frazer 

Davis Lucius (c), lab, r 69 Humphries 

Davis Nora Mrs., seamstress, r 43 Line 

Davis Orrin (c), blacksmith, 77 S. Broad, r 103 Rhodes- 
Davis Robert (c), lab, r rear 206 E. Cain 

Davis Robert (c), lab, r Edgewood, s of Ga. R. R 

Davis Robert P., elk Matt Ryan, bds 92| S. Broad. I x for- 
mation Refused. 

Davis Samuel (c), farmer, r 494 Whitehall 

Davis Samuel (c), lab, r 220 Clarke 

Davis Stephen H., saddlery and harness, 5 Marietta, r 145 
Decatur 

Davis Sydney (c), porter John Jones, r Broad, cor Luckie 

Davis Thomas (c), porter, r 179 E. Baker 

Davis Thomas, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 122 Gullatt 

Davis Warren (c), lab, r 102 Hoge 

Davis William (c), driver, r ss Wheat, nr Randolph 

Davis William (c), hackman, r 263 W. Mitchell 

Davis William (c), lab, r SO Clarke 

Davis William, wks Jack & Holland 

Davis Willis (c), lab r 131 Magazine 

Davis & Cherry (J. H. Davis and M. G. Cherry) butchers, 12 
S. Broad 

Dawes James E., carpenter, r 53 Chapel 

Dawson Edward J. (c), lather, r ws Terry, s of Crumley 

Dawson Elizabeth, wid R. J., bds 72 Marietta 

Dawson Jeremiah (c), lab A. Levden, r 108 Rhodes 

Dawson J. Henry, With Moore, Marsh & Co., r 24 E. Alabama 

Dawson Mack, elk W. & A. R. R 

Dawson Reuben J., elk Moore, Marsh & Co., r 

Dawson William, elk, bds 72 Marietta 

Day David H., tallow mnfr, r 105 Gullatt 

Day Edwin F., meats and vegetables, 222 E. Fair, r 84 Gullatt 

COHEM <S §E-MGf TH ^v^lHL L FL0WPR,CES ' 



PULLMAN P fl LACE CAR 1 * leave Atlnnta daily for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

DAY 166 DEL 

Dav John, route agt U. S. Ry. M. S., bds Markham House 
Day Samuel W., game depot, James Bank Blk., front R. R., r 

132 Gullatt 
Day Susie Mad., r 116 W. Hunter 
Day William E. (c), Brown & Day, r 40 Richmond 
Deaderiek August, foreman Burke & Hancock, rill E. Harris 
Dean Charles, polisher Sou. Agrl Wks, t ns Newton, w of El- 
liott 
Dean Elbert, wks Sou. Agrl Wks 

Dean Fillmore (c), driver J. C. & J. Carter, r 85 Richardson 
Dean George (c) lab, r 53 Hilliard 
Dean Jesse P. (L. Dean & Son), r 21 Jones av 
Dean John P., conductor A-L. Rv, r ns Newton, w of Elliott 
Dean J. Albert, lab, r 200 Luckie 
Dean Lemuel (L. Dean & Son), r 348 Marietta 
Dean L. & Son (L. and J. P. Dean), grocers, 456 Marietta 
Dean Millard, train hand W. & A. R. R., r 200 Luckie 
Dean Sallie, wid Simeon, bds 61 Peachtree 
Dean T. Walter, physician, 30 Marietta, bds 348 Marietta 
Deane William D., elk E. S. Gay, r es Peachtree, 2d n of E. 

Baker 
Dean's Hall, 324 Marietta 

Deas William A., patternmkr A-L. Ry, r 85 Hill 
Deaton Mary L. Mad., r 116 W. Hunter 
De Bell Robert F., elk, r 33 Grubby 
Decatur Isaac (c), shoemkr, r 238 W. Mitchell 
Decatur Thomas (c), lab, r ss Brick, w of Peters 
Deckner James, casemkr McBride & Co., r county 
De Foor James A., grocer, 137 W. Peters, r 71 Walker 
De Fore Linda M., wid James, r 108 Luckie 
Dege John H., shoemkr M. Gaines, r 162 W. Simpson 
DeGive Laurent, proprietor DeGive's Opera House, 35 Mari- 
etta, r 35 Irwin 
DeGive's Opera House, Marietta, ne cor Forsyth 
deGranvnried J. Robert, elk Langston & Crane, bds Peters, 

junc of Fair 
deGraffenried Marshall, lawyer, 20 Decatur, r 43 Huston 
Deihl Albert H., machinist W. & A. R. R., r 18 Spring 
Deihl, George A., machinist W. & A. R. R., bds 18 Spring 
Deihl John, machinist W. & A. R. R 
Deihl Mary, wid John, r 181 W. Hunter 
Delamotta Adolphus Rev., r 107 Chapel 

T7« >„1, V "D141/-i-rr can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
J 1 clilK .A.. Jjlllcy any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.) 



GJJLSTtlLiE T5.QC^ r OAL 'rtobk. ami Anthracite Coals, at J 



C. Kimball's, 54 Alabama. 



DeL 167 DeS 

De Lay Frank T., heater Rolling Mill, r 259 Marietta 

Delbridge Allen J. (e), shoemkr, 2 » Whitehall, r 33 Valentine 

De Lea Mary, wid John, bds 231 Ivy 

De Lea Robert L., book agt, r 231 Ivy 

Delkin Anthony L., jeweler, bds 101 Mitchell 

Dellesha" Caroline E., wid Edward, r 212 E. Fair 

Delleshaw William C, elk S. II. Davis, r 212 E. Fair 

Delppy Emily, wid Amos, r es Terry, s of Fair 

Delpey Jesse, wks Eddleman & Brown, bds Terry, bet Jones 

and Fair 
Demarest Albert Z. (Crane, Bovlst >n & Co.), r New York 
Demarest David, builder, r es Marietta, n of limits 
Demarest Lewis (e), carpenter, r 194 Richardson 
Deneen John, butcher, r 265 W. Peters 
Deneen John, trimmer A. i. Finney 
Den ham Israel (c), lab, r 110 Crumley 
Denham Robert W. T., car|)enter, r 241 W. Fair 
Denk August, bkkpr, b Is 51 W. Garnett 
Dennis Green (c), carpenter, r 130 Wheat 
Dennis Green, Jr. (c), carpenter, r 212 Rolling Mill 
Dennis H. C. Rev. (c), pastor Dennis Chapel 
Dennis James W., grocer, June May son's Ferrv rd and W. & 

A. R. R., Bell wood 
Dennis John, r 57 Haynes 
Dennis Monroe, mason, bds 57 Haynes 
Dennis Virgil, elk, bds 57 Haynes 
Dennis Wiley (c), carpenter, r 43 W. Hunter 
Dennison M." (c), helper W. & A. R. R 
Dent John W. (c), elk S. A. Parish, r Ivy, ne cor Decatur 
Dent William A., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., bds National 

Hotel 
Derby Jacob B., novelties, 6 Marietta, bds Markham House 
Derby Richard (c), oarpenter, r 77 Tatnall 
Derden George, carpenter, r 42 Yonge 
Derden Jackson, carpenter Win. Jennings & Co., bds 148J 

Decatur 
Derden Sallie Mrs., dressmkr Mrs. J. Duffy, r 56 Ivy 
Dereef Julius (c), porter J. B. Scarratt, r 33 Valentine 
de Saulles Louis, notions and fancy goods, 29 Whitehall, r es 

Peachtree, 2d n of E. 2d 
DeSaussure Charles A., ins agt, r 66 Pulliam 
DeSaussure Henry W. Mrs., r 29 Pulliam 

"D A CJCfTT'ATr* "I?!? C GO W KiWT with fewpr clianjres via IWX. «*? 
X XlOo£ji\ VJJliliO C H. 3F*. than by any other route. 



TO ^TTPTT'R TT Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE 
X KJ O-EU^ U X\ E* i^ENxVESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen, Pass Agt 

DeS J 68 DIC 

DeSaussure George R., elk Cox, Hill & Thompson, r 29 Pul- 

liam 
DeSaussure John W., elk McBride & Co., bds 29 Pulliam 
DeSaussure Richard C, elk M. W. Johnson & Co., bds 29- 

Pulliam 
Dessau Abram, bds 69 Forrest av 
DeTreville Robert G., student, bds 87 N. Calhoun 
Devine John (c), lab Atlanta Gas Lt. Co., r 42 Terry 
Devine Thomas (c), lab, r 225 Jones 
Devine William (c), r 170 E. Hunter 

Devlin & Co., mer tailors, W. H. Stockton, agt; 31 Peachtree 
Dewald George A., elk H. Castleraan, bds 273 Whitehall 
Dewald Solomon, com mer, r 273 Whitehall 
Dewberry Benjamin F., fireman A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 54 S. 

Butler 
Dewberry Charles, coppersmith, r Edgewood, s of Ga. R. R 
Dewberry David, carpenter, r 14 Martin 

Dewberry Giles, gas fitter A. P. & T. W. Wood, r 138 Davis 
Dews Henry W. (J. W. Lysle & Co.) r 183 Ivy 
Diamond V. L., tailor J. Lynch, bds Berron House 
Dibble Charles E., rev collector, r 43 W. Cain 
Dickart W. E., fireman W. & A. R. R 
Dickerson Caesar J. (c), wks S. C. Upshaw, r 124 E. Ellis 
Dickey A. E. Mrs., dress mkr 181 Whitehall 
Dickey James L., fbr'g agt W. & A. R. R., r 57 Forrest av 
Dickey Melissa C. Mrs. with O. Claridy, bds 135 Marietta 
Dickey Robert E., printer, r 181 Whitehall 
Dickinson Anderson (c), farmer, r 63 Richmond 
Dickinson Benjamin (c), Jab, r 47 Richmond 
Dickinson David AV., plasterer, r 174 Loyd 
Dickson Asbury (c), lab, r 66 Elliott 
Dickson Henrv (c), lab W. S. Wilson & Bro 
DICKSON HENRY H., book and job printer, 32 S. Broad, 

I ids 5 Castleberry. (See back fly C.) 
Dickson James (c), lab, r rear 54 E. Ellis 
Dickson James M., pressman H. H. Dickson, r 2 Walker 
Dickson Mallory T., elk J. F. Edwards, r 10 Spring 
Dickson Robert (c), lab, r es Greens Ferry av, nr limits, W. E 
Dickson Tazewell T., with Bowie & Gholstin, r 222 S. Pryor 
Dickson Wickliffe P., painter, rear 7 Whitehall, r 33 Pettis 
Dickson William C, printer H. H. Dickson, r 5 Castleberry 
Dickson William E., cabinet mkr P. H. Snooks, r 5 Castle- 
berry 

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DIG 169 DOD 

Dickson William M., with J. F. Edwards, bda 155 S. Pryor 

Diden Alfred (o), lab, r ws Formwalt s of Richardson 

Dignan Dominick, elk Hdqrs Depl of the South, r 24 Warren 

place. INFORMATION' REFUSED 

Dillard Tolliver, planter, r 368 W. Peachtree 

Dimick Loderick M., r269 Peachtree 

Dimmock William R., machinist Wmship & Bro., hds 31 N. 

Pryor 
Dine Andrew, wks Atlanta Citv Brewerv, r 280 X. Calhoun 
Dinkins Charles (c), porter D. P. Ellis & Co 
Direct Trade Union of the Patrons of Husbandry, E. T. Paine, 

sec; 13 S. Broad 

DIRECTORY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, A. E. 

SHOLE3, publisher; office, 24 S. Broid 

Disbrew Sophronia A., wid James, bds 25 Cone 

Dison Eliza, wid John, r rear 311 Whitehall 

Dison John T., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r rear 311 
Whitehall 

Dittler Alexander, grocer, Houston, ne cor Fort 

Dixon Anthony (c), janitor D ■•Give's Opera House 

Dixon Caesar (c), porter, r 63 X. Butler 

Dixon John (e), lab, r rear 611 Decatur 

Dixon John Y., asst bkkpr Singer Mnfg Co., r 22 Bartow 

Dixon Robert (c), lab, r ns Thrasher, e of Ashbv, W, E 

Dixon William T., with Walker & B >yd, bds 50 X. Broad 

Doane John A , mer, bds 17 E. Hunter 

Dobbins William, engineer G\. R. R , bds 272 E. Fair 

Dobbs Aaron (c), lab, r 100 Fair 

Dobbs Emily J., wid T. J., r 19 Green-; Ferry av 

Dobbs Jefferson (c), driver M. C. & J. F. Kiser & Co., r ws 
Havnes, s of Mark ham 

Dobbs John (c), lab, r rear 237 W. Fair 

Dobbs Joseph (c), porter, r 14 Valentine 

Dobey Mary S., wid John B., r 5 Wallace 

Dobey William A., helper, bds 5 Wallace 

Dobson Fannie Mrs., r 75 Whitehall 

Dodd Green T. (P. & G. T. Dodd & Co.), r 19 E. Mitchell 

Dodd John D., elk Matt Ryan, r 63 Elliott. Information 
Refused 

Dodd John H., elk D. H. Doughertv 

Dodd Philip (P. & G. T. Dodd & Co.), r 242 Whitehall 

Dodd, P. & G. T. & Co. (P. and G. T. Dodd and W. J. Tan- 
ner), grocers, Alabama, nw cor Pryor 

~tq~/^^CT!T CTTZD "^7" A Large Assortment at COHEN & SELIG'S. 

-tZLV_^KZ5j CLlJrO JL - 23 WHITEHALL. •»nin«,«in», 



lULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

DOD 170 DOU 



Dodson Henry (c), lab, r 248 Crew 

Dodson Julia Miss, teacher Marietta St. School, r 178 Luckie 

Dodson Mary R., wid John, r 178 Luckie 

Dodson Wiilliam C. (Dodson & Scott), r 178 Luckie 

DODSON & SCOTT (W. C. Dodson and W. H. Scott), book 

and job printers, 38 S. Broad 
Doke Anderson (c), drayman, r 178 Martin 
Dolly George (c), porter V. P. Sisson & Co., r rear 55 Luckie 
DOMINI AUGUST, saloon, 1 23 Whitehall 
DOMINI JOHN saloon, 19 Whitehall, r 14 Mechanic 
Dominick John R., butcher, 129 Whitehall 
Donahoo E. F., elk Beermann & Hape 

Donahue Edward, polisher Sou. Agrl Wks, bds 410 Marietta 
Donald Henry H., gardener, r 424 E. Fair 
Donaldson Alice, wid C. H., bds 64 Fairlie 
Donaldson Mary, wid Reuben, r 239 Decatur 
Donaldson Napoleon (c), lab, r 339 Jones 
Donohoe James, foreman, r 25 Reed 
Dooley Martin H., supervisor, r 133 Mangum 
Doolittle Cynthia, wid Hiram, bds 108 Marietta 
Doolittle Nelson J. (Fuller & Doolittle), bds 108 Marietta 
Doonan Frank, saloon, 120 Marietta, r 143 Luckie 
Doonan John J., through frt accountant Ga. R. R., r 161 

Whitehall 
Dorman John B., elk, r 250 Haynes 
Dorsett Elizabeth Mrs., boarding, 14 W. Mitchell 
Dorsett John E., tanner, r 14 W. Mitchell 
Dorsett Moab E., elk P. Jones, r West End 
Dorsett Richard, r 91 Whitehall 

Dorsey Albert T., engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 29 Bell 
Dorsey Augustine L., elk, r 33 W. Cain . 
Dorsey Henry (c), waiter Mrs. E. D. Murray 
Dorsey John L., driver Simmons & Hunt, r 81 W. Simpson 
Dorsey John M., fireman Rolling Mill, r 52 Plum 
Dorsey Macdonald (c), carpenter, r es Randolph, nr Irwin 
Dorsey Mack (c), waiter G. F. Piatt 

Dorsey Martha J., wid W. C, r ss Henry, w of Mangum 
Dorsey Richard, painter, r 98 S. Broad 
Dorsey William, elk J. Keely, bds 165 Fraser 
Dorsey William H. H., grocer, 165 Fraser 
Doty William (Nolan & Doty), bds Hunter, cor Forsyth 
Dougherty Alvin (c), barber, r 125 N. Collins 

Burial ShrCUdS and R0bSS £ x. SlLEY^dertaker. (Seep.96.) 



Castls Rock Coal, the 



J. «'. KI.ilB.VLL, 54 Alabama and 72 Marietta. 



DOU 171 DOZ 



Dougherty Daniel O. (John Silvey & Co.), r 65 Forrest av 
DOUGHERTY DAVID H., whol and ret dry goods and 

notions, 35 Peachtree, r 21 1 Peachtree 
Dougherty Mary A., wid Daniel, bds 36 Gilmer 
Dougherty Moses E., helper A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 52 Bell 
Dougherty Richard, wks Rolling Mill, r 418 Marietta 
Dougherty Warren, yardniaster A-L. Ry, r 129 Ga. R. R 
Donghertv William (c), barber, r 157 E. Ellis 
DOUGHERTY, see also DAUGHERTY 
Douglass Edward, elk, bds 86 E. Cain 
Douglass James (c), driver J. M. Hill & Co., r rear 57 Ivy 
Douglass Job M., candymkr, r 46 Ivy 
Douglass Margaret, wid Thomas, r 276 Decatur 
Douglass Ralph, wks Longley & Robinson, bds 86 E. Cain 
Douglass Robert O., city marshal, Court House, r 84 Ivy 
Dovev William, wks Rolling Mill 
Dow Richard T., elk M. C. & J. F. Riser & Co., bds Markham 

House 
Dowda Columbus A., shoemkr J. C. Smith 
Dowdle Lot (c), lab, r 6 Beck with 
Dowling James, fi reman Ga. R. R 
Dowling Joseph, mer, bds 74 E. Hunter 
Dowling William, elk, bds 74 E. Hunter 
Downing Columbia, Jr., manager Chess, Carley & Co., 43 S. 

Pryor, bds 83 Marietta 
Downing Harvey B., elk Chess, Carley & Co., bds Pine, ne 

cor Plum 
Downing John M., saloon, 236 Decatur 
Downs Frances M., wid S. T., r 122 S. Forsyth 
Downs George M., elk John Ryan, bds 69 X. Collins 
Downs Julia, wid James, r 66 Ga. R. R 
Downs William A., conductor, r 69 X. Collins 
Doyle Eliza, wid John, r 221 Decatur 
Doyle George W., watehmkr, 28 Marietta, r Ponder av, bey 

limits 
Doyle Henry, driver Sou Ex Co 
Doyle Michael, stone cutter, r 74 Decatur 
Dozier Albert (c), lab, r 170 E. Ellis 

Dozier A. Wellborn, cigars, 16 Marietta, bds 225 Decatur 
Dozier Burke (c), waiter, r 1 70 E. Ellis 
Dozier Cornelia, wid Henry, r Pulliam, ne cor Clarke 
Dozier Green (c\ shoemkr, 312 Decatur, r 22 Grant 

■■y C> "TV /W-i 1 ^^£=3 shorter by the M. &, C. R. R. than by 
B *!f> JLm/jL J. J_ %^S 359 any other route to uj! points n est. 



TrVHTTTS CTfiTT WTHWIVQ to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
JJ^lw UlWlUlN llUxlijlO Resorts by the Ken nesaw Route. 

DOZ 172 DUK 

Dozier Henry (c), lab, r 67 Humphries 
Dozier Jabez (c), lab, r 325 E. Hunter 
Dozier James (c), lab, r es Connallv, a of Richmond 
Dozier Jefferson (c), lab, r es Hilliard, n of E. Harris 
Dozier Thomas, engineer A-L. Ry., bds 225 Decatur 
Dozier Thomas H., physician, r 225 Decatur 
Dozier William H., wks Porter & Meakin, r 67 Humphries 
Dozier William H. Jr., elk Pinson & Peacock, r 120 White- 
hall 
Dozier William T., fireman A-L. Ry., bds 225 Decatur 
Drake Jacob R., (George & Drake), r 75 W. Harris 
Drake Nancy, wid Josiah T., r 64 Rock 
Drake William G., physician, 25 Peachtree, r 39 W. Harris 
Drakeford James (c), carpenter, r 32 Bradbury 
Drakeford William (c), blacksmith, r 136 Fraser 
Draper William W. (Moore, Marsh & Co.), r 59 W. Harris 
Drennon E. T. barkpr, r 40 Victoria 
Dreyfus Julius (Elsas, May & Go.), r 179 S. Pryor 
Driscoll Ann, wid James, r 129 Marietta 
Driscoll Timothy, barkpr T. Burke, r 123 Decatur 
Drouth Frank, machinist, bds 410 Marietta 
Drummond George C. (Sawtell & Co.), bds 147 Marietta 
DuBose Edwin R. (J. R. DuBose & Son), r 43 Walton 
DuBose James R. (J. R. DuBose & Son), r 43 Walton 
DuBOSE JAMES R & SON ( J. R. and Ed R. DuBose and 
John S. Parks), grocers and com mers, 81 Peachtree. (See 
page 87.) 
Ducks Henry R. S. (Duck & Co.), r Kirkwood 

Duck & Co. (H. R. S. Duck and >, paints, 25 E. Alabama 

Dudley George R., butcher, 106 Decatur, r 77 Rock 

Dudley John W., switchman C. R. R., r ns Mayson's Ferry 

rd, r Bellwood 
Dufly Cassie Miss, drcssmkr, bds 59 X. Calhoun 
Dufty James, elk, bds 59 X. Calhoun 
Duffv Joanna Miss, drcssmkr, 56 Ivy 
Duffy John (c), lab, r rear 48 S. Butler 
Dugger James M., bkkpr A-L. Ry, r 16 Markham 
Duhme Charles IL, barkpr E. Butler, bds 43 W. Hunte 
Duke George A., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 70 W. 

Simpson 
Duke Sallie Miss, elk, bds 95 X. Calhoun 
Dukes Green (c), drayman, r 279 Fraser 

&% ¥ ' /if^ TT» ♦* Tkl^ l£S2 and Styles of SHIRTS are made at 

.i^JLjJj; IjrX^^^JJJtiJS Shropshire's Shirt Factory. 



Hmt",, a /. li /» t? ('looks and Jewelry. Er Law-she, 47 Whitehall St., can 

If teti.v " lit. ■ !§■ J: supply you through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 

DUK 173 DUB 

Dukes John (c), lab, r es Jennings al, s of Jone- 

Dukes Mary, wid James, r 39 Smith 

Duke> Oscar F., printer Jas. P. Harrison ov: Co., bds 77 

Decatur 
Dumphrv Richard H., tinner Stewart & Fain, r 129 Marietta 
DUN R. G. & CO., proprs The Mercantile Agency, Isaac R. 

Harby, manager ; Alabama, ne cor Pryor 
Dunaway William M., machinist, r 59 Mays al 
Duncan Alexander L., carpenter, r 19 Johnson 
Duncan-Elizabeth Mrs., r 174 Peachtree 
Duncan Emeline, wid Alexander, r 19 Johnson 
Duncan John (c), lab, r rear 50 N. Broad 
Dunlap Henry C., engineer W. & A. R. R., r Hunter, cor 

Pryor 
Dunlap James C, mer, r 260 E. Cain 
Dunlap James T., abstract elk A-L. Ry., r 86 Wheat 
Dunlap John G., elk Moore, Marsh & Co., r 144 Ivy 
Dunlap Peter, fireman A-L. Ry 
Dunlap Samuel trav agt, bds 240 W. Peachtree 
Dnnlap Thomas, r 180 Marietta 
Dunlap William W., conductor A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 42 N. 

Moore 
Dunlop Hugh C, printer E. S. Gay, r 8 Richardson 
Dunlop James, r 78 Richardson 
Dunn George A., elk National Hotel 
Dunn I. J., conductor W. &. A. R. R., r Smyrna. (in 
Dunn James, carpenter, bds 10 Scofield 
Dunn James (c), drayman, r 18 Chapel 
Dunn John N. (Dunn, Ogletree & 'Co.), r ws Ashley, s of 

Amos, W. E 
Dunn Lee S.', stock dealer, 51 Loyd, bds Wilson House 
Dunn Melinda, wid William, r 10 Scofield 
DUNN, OGLETREE & GO- (J. N. Dunn, G. T. Ogletree 

and J. M. Alexander), whol grocer, 38 E. Alabama 
Dunne Hugh, foreman bindery Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 344 

Peachtree 
Dunnigan Joseph C., puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 588 

Marietta 
Dunning James Jr., bds 190 X. Collins 
Dunning Volney, grocer, 84 McDonough, r 87 Rawson 
Dunwoody Elizabeth, wid James, bds 1<»4 McDonough 
Durand Boss (c), lab, r 90 Forrest av 



y 



¥S?9 ©TFT^PS' ALIj PTZE1S, at COHEN & SELIG'S, 
£3* ® 4* 4 ik 3* •> 23 WHITEHALL. 7 



TlfYD "PTD "DTP TTT Kates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
XUIl XllDlvJllJ. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

DUE 174 EAG 

Durand Henry R., baggage checker Union Depot 

Durand Mary F. Mrs.; milliner, 31 Whitehall, bds 96 White- 
hall 

Durham Cass, captain Co. B., 18th Inf., r 25 McPherson Bar- 
racks 

Durham John, helper F. S. Golden, bds Wallace, nr Ma- 
rietta 

Durham Nancy Miss, laundress, r 23 Porters al 

Durham Rachael J., wid John, r ws Tumlin, n of Marietta 

Durham Sallie Miss, seamstress, bds 23 Porters al 

Durham William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Durham William W., physician, 60 Peachtree 

Dye James B., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 603 Marietta 

Dye Joseph E., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 603 Marietta 

Dye Thomas, carpenter, r 603 Marietta 

Dyer Alexander 8., painter W. <£ A. R. R 

Dyer Archibald (c), lab, r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Dyer George W., carpenter Longley A Robinson, r 154 Fill- 
more 

Dver R. M., barkpr H. W. Wooding A' Co., bds National 
Hotel 

Dver Thomas H., grocer, 264 Decatur 

Dyer T. F., train hand W. <fc A. R. R 

Dver W. H., conductor Pullman Car Co 

Dver W. T., fireman W. & A. R. R 

DYKEMAN H. E., merchant tailor, 27 Whitehall, r 92 X. 
Butler. (See front cover.) 

Dykeman John H., raer tailor, r 92 X. Butler 

Dykes Charlotte, wid Solomon, r ns James, e of W. Peters 

Dykes Thomas (c), lab, r 121 Mark ham 

Dykes \Y . S., supt water tanks A-L. Ry., lids Air-Line House 



"HLEGANT PHOTOGRAPHS ! 

MOTES 

Has just received new Back Grounds and accessories, and is 
prepared to produce the latest styles, which surpass anything 
ever before made in Atlanta. 

NO. 32 WHITEHALL STREET- 



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AG AX MARY A. MRS., grocer, Decatur, ne cor X. 
Calhoun 



f HAH IV A. DLILCI, 26 W. Alabama. (See page yu.) 



TUC QC'QT pn \ I v- :i' nu.si |,ri^v>.:,l J. C. KIMBALL'S, 
InL Dl_OI UUnLO 51 Alabama and 72 M; rieita. 

EAG 175 EDW 

Eagail Mary, wid J. J., bds 72 Marietta 

Fames William, elk Dept of South, r 55 Walton 

Easley Isaac (c), blacksmith, r 17 Chapel 

Easley Smith W., Jr. (c), student, bds 68 X. Butler 

Eason Burton, fireman, bds 27 Cone 

Eastern George (e), lab, r 26 Phillips Row 

Eaton William G., molder Porter & Meakin, r 9 Means 

Echols Abram (e), lab, r210 Mangum 

Echols Albert (c), hostler, r 81 W. Hunter 

Echols Benjamin (c), lab, r rear 76 S. Forsyth 

Echols George (c), porter, r rear 461 W. Peters 

Echols Reuben (c), helper W. & A. R. R 

Echols Samuel A. (Brav & Echols), bds 89 E. Mitchell 

Echols Sarah A. Mrs., e 245 W. Fair 

Eckford Belle G., wid W. J., r 71 E. Peters 

Eckford Charles G., trav agt, bds 71 E. Peters 

Eckt'ord Joseph J., law student, bds 71 E. Peters 

Eckford Marshall T„ elk McNaught & Scrutchin, bds 71 E. 

Peters 
Eckford William H., with Moore, Marsh & Co., bds 71 E. 

Peters 
Eclectic Star (monthly), 53 S. Broad 
Ector Frank M., frt elk A-L. Rv, bds National Hotel 
Edden Henry E., elk Dept of South, bds 39J Whitehall 
Eddleman Francis M. (Eddleman & Brown), r 19 Houston 
Eddleman George H., grncer, McDaniel, se cor Richardson 
Eddleman John, farmer, r 367 S. Pryor 
Eddleman W., wid Frank, r 13 W. Simpson 
Eddleman & Brown (F. M. Eddleman and C. I. Brown), boots 

ami shoes, 30 and 32 Peachtree 
Eddy Frank L., frt checker W. & A. R. R., bds Wilson House 
Edgewood M. E. Church (South), Rev. W. R. Branham, pas- 
tor ; G.i. R. R., bey limits 
Edgeworth Richmond Rev. (e), r 287 Fraser 
Edwards Alfred (c), barber Bentlev & Minor, r 165 Marietta 
Edwards Ann P., wid F. G., bds 4*9 E. Cain 
Edwards Augustus, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 426 Ma- 
rietta 
Edwards David (c), waiter Markham House 
Edwards Edward (c), driver, r ws Form wait, s of Clarke 
Edwards Frank i'c), waiter Kimball House, r ss Thurmond, 
w of Elliott 

HP ft** \T' AV-. P*- WB Tf is thoroughly equipped, and n2tST"» 
"A/iLIP iTie OL \s*> &« J\,€ CLASS in every respect. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta dally via KENNESA .v ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

EDW 176 EL A 

Edwards Grant F. engineer, r 73 Elliott 
Edwards Israel (c), lab, r es Windsor, s of Rawson 
EDWARDS JOHN F., coal dealer, 5 E. Alabama, yards 7 

Spring and 95 S. Broad, r Decatur, Ga 
Edwards Joseph R., foreman T. G. Healev, r ws Windsor, sof 

Whitehall 
Edwards Joseph W. B., contractor, r 25 X. Forsyth 
Edwards Mary, wid Joseph, r 30 Howell 
Edwards Mickelberry E., r rear 93 W. Peters 
Edwards Xoah S., grocer, 65 W. Peters 
Edwards Prince (c), helper Porter & Meakin, r 22$ Clarke 
Edwards Solomon (c), lab, r Edgewood, ns Ga. R. R 
Edwards Stephen (c), wks T. S. Lewis 
Edwards Thomas (c), lab, r al bet Forrest av and E. Baker, e 

of X. Calhoun 
Edwards Tobias (c). waiter Ballard & Allen 
Egleston Ronse S., route agt U. S. Ry. M. S., r ss Gordon, nr 

limits, W. E 
Egleston Thomas (Romare, Perdue & Egleston), bds 87 Mc- 

Donongh 
Egleston Thomas R., dry goods com mer, 6 S. Pryor, r 87 

McDonough 
Ehlers Augustus L , engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 48 W. 

Foundry 
EICHBERGr JOSEPH T., stoves, tinware, grates, plumber, 

steam and gas fitter, 90 Whitehall, r 214 S. Forsyth 
EISEMAN BROS. (Jacob, M. B., Gus and J. B. Eiseman), 

clothing, gents' furnishing and mer tailoring, oi Whitehall 
Eiseman Gus (Eiseman Bros.), r Baltimore, Md 
Eiseman Jacob (Eiseman Bros.), bds 26 Merritt's av 
Eiseman Jacoo B. (Eiseman Bros.), r Washington, D. C 
Eiseman Louis, elk Eiseman Bros., bds 26 Merritt's av 
Eiseman Moses B. (Eiseman Bros.), r Washington, D. C 
EISEMAN, see also 1SEMAX 
Eisenberg Jane, wid Henry, r 348 Decatur 
Eiswald Adolph H., elk T. G. Eiswald, bds 58 Wheat 
Eiswald Arthur S., elk T. G. Eiswald, bds 58 Wheat 
Eiswald Theodore G., wood and coal, Decatur, cor Loyd, r 58 

Wheat 
Elam John (c), wk» C. R. R. depot, r 25 Parsons 
Elam Monroe (c), porter, r rear 62 Walker 
Elam William E., bkkpr E. M. & W. M. Pendleton, bds 61 

S. F( rsyth 



'OR f»ood Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER LAWSHE. 

ELD 177 ELL 



Elder John II., transportation agt penitentiary, bds 40 N. For- 
syth 
Elder Jordan (c), wks J. Robinson, r 79 W. Peters 
Eldridge Lizzie Miss, dressmkr, bds 60 Whitehall 
Ellen Doe (o), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 30 Victoria 
Ellen Elon (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 208 Mangum 
Ellen William (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 208 Mangum 
Ellerton Thomas (c), lab, r 16 Corput 
Ellett John, farmer, bds 323 W. Mitchell 
Ellett Littleton H., printer Sunny South, bds 116 S. Forsyth 
Ellington Commodore (c), lab,r ss W. Fair, nr limits 
Ellington George (c), waiter Mrs. M. A. W r atts, r rear 50 N. 

Broad 
Ellington Jacob (c), lab, r 201 W. Hunter 
Ellington Selina, wid David, bds ns W. Harris, 1st e of Hay- 
den 
Elliott Clark (c), driver, r rear 111 E. Mitchell 
Elliott Henry ' v e), lab, r 269 Randolph 

Elliott Monroe (cj, porter J. A. DeFoor,r rear 137 W. Peters 
Elliott Sophia A. Mrs., lunch room, 235 W. Peters 
Elliott W. R., conductor W. & A. R. R., r Marietta, Ga 
Ellis Daniel W., elk, r 79 Pulliam 
Ellis Davenport (D. P. Ellis & Co.), r 13 Houston 
ELLIS D. P. & CO. (D. P. and E. W. Ellis), auction and com, 

11 Marietta 
Ellis Eugene W. (D. P. Ellis & Co.), bds 13 Houston 
Ellis G. Osborn, elk W. E. Cater, bds 13 Houston 
Ellis Henry (c), porter Constitution, r 68 C. R. R 
Ellis James R. with Jack & Holland, r 18 N. Calhouu 
Ellis Jeremiah (c), lab, r 25 Mangum 
Ellis Jesse M., grocer, 129 W. Peters 
Ellis Jonathan M. grocer, ns Houston, nr Hilliard 
Ellis Lula Miss, teacher High School, bds 144 Rawson 
Ellis T. H., teacher Girls High School, r 79 Pulliam 
Ellis William, farmer, r ss Glenn, e of Martin 
ELLIS WILLIAM D., lawyer, 12 E. Alabama, r 183 N. 

Collins 
Ellison John watchman, r Gullatt, cor Ga. R. R 
Ellison William M., stock yard elk Ga. R. R., r 33 Hilliard 
Ellsworth Charles, engineer, r 100 Thompson 
Ellsworth John H., contractor, bds 15 Mechanic 
Ellsworth William (c), bellman Kimball House 

T1SIES AID T41ISIS a,c ^ H vF 1 !! , te h & ai 1 SEL,c ^ 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

ELK 178 EPP 

Elrich William (c), brickmason, r rear 187 E. Cain 

Elsas Isaac (Elsas & Adler), r 179 S. Pryor 

Elsas Jacob (Elsas, May & Co.), r 51 W. Garnett 

ELSAS, MAY & CO. (J. Elsas, J. May, M. Adler and J. 

Dreyfus), proprs Southern Bag Mnfy, 97 to 101 S. Pryor 
Elsas & Adler (I. Elsas and M. Adler Jr.), rags, hides and paper, 

95 S. Pryor 
ELY ROBERT N., attorney general, 24 State House, bds 

Mark ham House 
Emanuel David L.. carpenter W & A. R. R., bds 110 Rhodes 
Embree Elizabeth, wid Wurley, bds 122 S. Forsyth 
Embree Zack (c), wks Rolling Mill 
Emery Henry F. (Emery & Prince), r 195 Haynes 
Emery James (c), lab, r 117 N. Butler 

Emery & Prince (H. F. Emery and C. Prince), fish and oys- 
ters, 15 Peachtree 

Emhoff , contractor, bds 65 Peachtree 

Enmell Michael J., candymkr Jack & Holland, r 219 E. 

Hunter 
Emmons Joseph W., wks Longley & Robinson, bds 77 Decatur 
England Charles H. (W. E. Cater & Co.) bds Markham 

House 
England E. T., trav agt, r 35 Rolling Mill 
Englas F. John, plumber Hunnicuit & Bellingraths, r 189 

Davis 
Englett Clara J., wid D. B., r 201 Jackson 
Englett John W., cabinetmkr, bds 307 Rolling Mill 
Englett Winifred, wid Benjamin, bds 307 Rolling Mill 
ENGLISH JAMES W., councilman Fifth ward, office 35 S. 

Broad, r 34 Cone 
English Litton (c), lab, r ws Butler, 1st s of E. Cain 
English Reddich (c), wks W. K. Booth, r ws N. Butler, 1st s 

of E. Cain 
Ensinger Joseph, wks Singer Mnfg Co., r 33 Ivy 
Enk August, bkkpr Elsas, May & Co 
Ennis Pinckney E., brakeman, r 52 Davis 
Ennis William M., conductor, r 66 Davis 
Enright Catharine, wid Patrick, r 130 Gullatt 
Ephraim Cornelius (c), janitor High School, r 17 High 
Epps Daniel (c(, lab, r 13 Beck with 
Epps Freeman (c), shoemkr, r 77 Decatur 
E'pps Jacob (c), carj)enter, r 215 Martin 



fae.+l-s 75-^1- H^nl approved by thousands, always the clu-apest in 
UaSLlw IwCJl UQcll, market. 3. C. KIMBALL, 5i Aiahama, 

EPP 17! i EVA 



Epps James (c), lab, r 151 Filimore 

Epp- Lewis (c), lab, r 5 Beck with 

Epjis Madison (e), shuemkr. r 243 E. Cain 

Epps Robert Rev. (c), pastor Antioch church, r tj2 Richmond 

Epps Stephen (c), porter Morris & Bro., r Collins, nr Forrest av 

ERGENZINGER ALEXANDER, upholsterer and mattress 

manfr, 12 E. Hunter, r 383 S. Pryor 
Erminger Henry C. ( H. C. Erminger & Bro.), r 81 Forrest av 
Erminger Howell B. (H. C. Erminger & Bro.), bds 155 Hayne- 
Erminger H. C. & Bro. (H. C. and H. B. Erminger), confec- 
tioners, 56 Whitehall 
Erriek Charles C, tinner Hunnieutt & Bellingralhs, r 280 

Marietta 
Erskine John Hon., judge U. 8. Dist. Court, r 250 Rawson 
Erskine William (Wm, Erskine & Co.), r 18 Gilmer 
ERSKINE WM. & CO. (William Erskine and >, linen 

sture, 35 Wliitehall 
Erwin Abel A., r 31 Nelson 
Erwin Charles H., elk, bds 31 Nelson 
ERWIN HOWELL C, lawyer, Marietta, n\v cor Peachtree 

(over Bank of the State of Ga.), bds 72 Marietta 
Erwin Julia, wid William, bds 241 Whitehall 
Erwin Marion, bkkpr Clayton <k Webb, bds 241 Whitehall 
Erwin Peter, student, bds 241 Whitehall 

Erwin Thomas C, bkkpr White & Gordon, bds 16 Mechanic 
Erwin Thomas (c), lab, r 47 Jones 
ERWIN, see also IRWIN 
Eskridge Albert P.. grocer, 213 W. Peters 
Eskridge Peter (c), blacksmith, 151 Decatur, r 181 Wheat 
Estes James, yard master A. & W. Pt. R. R 
Estes John F., yard conductor Ga. R. R., r 29 Moore 
Estes Joshua, section boss C. R. R., r C. R. R., nr W. 

Mitchell 
Estes Zenus, shoemkr Eddleman & Brown 
Eubank s Joseph, lab, r ss Maysons Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Eubank- Joseph J., bkkpr T. J. Lowe & Bro., bds 174 W. 

Foundry 
Eubanks Peter (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Eubank- Richard, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Eubanks Thomas F., driver Stmr No.'l, r 30 S. Broad 
Evan- Alexander (c), carpenter, r 93 E. Ellis 
Evans" Alfred (c), lab, r ws Gate City, s of Glenn 

Btiying Ticliots v\/ est' 
learn tue advantages offered by the St. & V. R. R. 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

EVA llo EZZ 

Evans Augustus S., carpenter M. Lipes, r Chestnut, opp 

Foundry 
Evans A., train hand W. & A. R. R 
Evans David R., driver Stmr No. 2, r 79 E. Alabama 
Evans Dorcas, wid S., r 267 Jones 

Evans George A., printer, H. H. Dickson, bds 79 S. Pryor 
Evans Jacob (c), lab, r ws Ira, e of Hood 
Evans James E. Rev., D.D., pastor Trinity M. E. Ch, r 259 

Whitehall 
Evans James H., machinist A-L. Ry., r ss Fair, e of Martin, 
Evans James J., engineer W. & A. R. R., bds es W. & A. R. 

R., nr Spring 
Evans John M. (Evans & Loftus), r Marietta, n of limits 
Evans John W., brick mason, brls 198 W. Hunter 
Evans Julius (c), lab, r ns E. Harris e, 1st of Calhoun 
Evans M. E. Chapel, Rev. Geo. E. Gardner, pastor; Chapel 

se, cor Stonewall 
Evans Riley (c), gardener Wm. Jennings, r ss Nolan, w of 

Jackson 
Evans Robert R., elk Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, bds 76 Mc- 

Donough 
Evans William (c), lab, r 29 Cornelia 
Evans William H., machinist Ga. R. R., r ns Pettis, e of 

Martin 
Evans & Loftus (John M. Evans and J. A. Loftus), saloon, 

Marietta, n of limits 
Everett Alexander R., watches and jewelry, 6 Marietta, r 20' 

Powers 
Everett James A., engineer W. & A. R, R., r 124 Rhodes 
Everett Solomon (c), lab, r 102 W. Peters 
Everett William D. (M. C. & J. F. Kiser & Co.) r 112 

Windsor 
Evins John C, elk G. W. Adair, r 36 Houston 
Ewell Fannie, wid William, r 108 Rawson 
Ewing Oliver H., engineer Ga. R. R., r 91 Terry 
Ezzard Charles (c), lab, r 337 E. Hunter 
Ezzard Elvira Mrs., boarding, 66 Ga. R. R 
Ezzard Green (c), driver, r rear 41 W. Mitchell 
Ezzard William, state and county tax receiver, Court House ? 

r 62 Peachtree 
Ezzard William L., farmer, r 66 N. Forsyth 

CJTTT3 HDC! JJTD TJCJ QTJTTJTC! CorabineEconomy.Ele- 
oHltUiT Oillil L O iQ£LlIlJ.IO gance and. Comfort. 



Tba Arnnrlol Qnoptaoln a Specially, and the best in use. EB 
I ne MrUnUei OpeClaCle LA^W^HE, Sole Agent in Atlanta. 

FAG 181 FAR 



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THE LATEST STYLES MADE AT MOTES'. 



Life Size Crayons a Specialty. 

No. 32 WHITEHALL ST 



FAGAN CHRISTOPHER, elk J. Keely, bds Wilson 
House 
Fagan James D. constable, 43 Peachtree, r 108 W. Baker 
Fain Henry (c), tailor J. Lynch, r 189 N. Butler 
Fain John E., elk Eddieman & Brown, r 67 Forrest as- 
Fain John N. (Stewart & Fain), r 65 S. Forsyth 
Fain Joshua E., bkkpr, r 24 Peachtree 
Fain Thomas, elk, bds 95 Walton 
Fain William D., farmer, bds 7 Wheat 
Fain William L., salesman, r 67 Forrest av 
Fair Robert (c). cook, r 43 W. Hunter 
FAIRBANKS CHARLES F, engraver, and stencil and 

stamp mnf'r, 9 Whitehall, r MeDonongh rd, bey limits 
Fairbanks Emma Miss, elk, r 130 S. Forsyth 
Fairbanks E. S., train hand W. & A. R. R 
Faith John F., grocer, 298 Decatur, r Edgewood 
Falvey Henry, elk J. J. Falvey. r 208 N. Collins 
Falvey John J., ret grocer, 71 Peachtree, r 208 X. Collins 
Fambro Edward (c), gardener P. Brown 

Fambro Leonard W., bkkpr McMillan & Snow, bds 83 Marietta 
Fanning Peter (c), shoemkr, r 256 W. Mitchell 
Farley John, carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 109 Rhodes 
Farley Philip, lab W. & A. R, R,, r 109 Rhodes 
Farmer George W. (c), grocer, 112 Haynes, r 214 AV. Mitchell 
Farmer Henry, tinner R. K. Wilson, bds 246 Decatur 
Farmer John, wks J. A. Tuttle, r 37 E. Alabama 
Farmer Robert (c), lab, r 87 Markham 
Farmer William, carpenter J. A. Tuttle, r 12 N. Moore 
Farnesworth William T., with T. G. Healey, r 53 Forrest av 
Farr Thomas, printer Sunny South, r ns Mitchell, e of Chestnut 
Farrar Abram (c), chair mkr, r rear 135 E. Cain 
Farrar Jesse C, r 191 Collins 
Farrar Robert M., local frt agt A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 177 N. 

Collins 

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FOR INFORMATION as to Pas«asre, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

FAR 182 FEN 

Farrell Frederick, wks H. Crankshaw & Co 

Farrell John, elk J. Ryan, bds 98 Decatur 

Farrell John H., miller J. C. Davis, r291 Marietta 

Farrell Peter, tailor J. Lynch, bds 98 Decatur 

Farrier Henry B., cik McGaughty Bros., r 85 S. Broad 

FARRINGTON PETER A., mn% jeweler, 10 Peachtree, 

r 60 For m wait 
Farmington Rebecca, wid John, r 60 Formwalt 
Farris Albert, carpenter, r 142 Elliott 
Farrow Augustus (c), lab, r 220 Elliott 
Farrow Henry P. U. S. Atty, room 13,20 Decatur, r 296 

Washington 
Farrow John (c), lab, r 100 Walker 
Faulkner Joshua, butcher D. Tye 
Favors Henry (c), carpenter, r 24 Hilliard 
Favors Thomas (c), lab Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 18 W. & A. 

R. R 
Fav Calvin (Fay & Bruyn), r 170 E. Hunter 
Fay D. B., teacher Girls' High School, r 170 E. Hunter 
FAY & BRUYN (Calvin Fay and De Witt Bruyn), architects, 

19 S. Broad, (up stairs.) (See page 85.) 
Fears Anderson (c), lab, wks H. L. Davis, r 298 Crew 
Fears Jesse (c), porter W. J. Land, r 75 Connally 
Fears Jesse W. (Fears & Jones), r 155 S. Pryor 
FEARS & JONES (J. W. Fears and Reps M. Jones), mdse 

brokers, 1 2 E. Wall 
Feaston Warren (c), student, r 170 Fraser 
Fechter Egidius, saloon, 427 W. Peters 
Feeny Fannie Mrs., r 1 Liberty 
Feeny James, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Felker William (c), lab, r 69 Humphries 
Felker W. F., train hand W. & A. R. R., r Adairsville, Ga 
Felton Matthias R., carpenter, bds Fulton House 
Felton Sherman (c), fireman, r ns E. Harris, 2d w of Rolling 

Mill 
Felton William R. (c), (Welborne & Felton) 
Fenley Wilson L., cabinetmkr, r 90 Peachtree 
Fenlon Catherine, wid Michael, r 45 Magazine 
Fenn Floyd, helper Ga. R. R., bds 58 Martin 
Fenn Frances, wid George, r 58 Martin 
Fenn Jefferson, stitcher Eddleman & Brown, bds 58 Martin 
Fenn Lawrence H., stitcher Eddleman & Brown, bds 58 Martin 

~CD"T TT Li I V/ G-oneral XJxa.ci.©x*t«,ls.or*, 

I* I ' ' I iJHj Jl. , 2H W. Alabama. iSee page 9ti.) 



■Til'-"* sr-^*. BE> * T Okatr, Steam and Blacksmith's Coals, by biubef or 

JL JLJL<C5 ear-ioad,J.O. KIMBALL, 54 Alabama, and 72 Marietta. 

FEE 183 FIN 

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Ferguson Dread (c), drayman, r s»s Glynn, e of Martin 

Ferguson Elias (c), lab, r 10(5 E. Cain 

Ferguson G. D., conductor W. & A. R. II 

Ferguson Newton I)., wks Rolling Mill, r 59 Jones av 

Fernald C. W., driver ().('. Can- ,11 

Fernald William G., driver St. Li. R. Co., r 319 Whitehall 

Fernando James \V. (c), grocer, 313 \V. Mitchell 

Ferree William F., heater, bds Hnnnicutt, nw cor Marietta 

Ferrell Abraham (c), fanner, r ns Beecher, w of Peeples, W. E 

Ferrell Abram (c), lab, r ss E. Harris, 2d e of Peachtree 

Ferrell Milton, painter, r 307 Decatur 

Ferrell Samuel, engineer II. Crankshaw & Co., r ns Newton, w 

of Elliott 
Ferrell Tighlnian (e), waiter, r 148 Irwin 
Fesler Charles J., watchman A-L. Ry., bds 28 Stonewall 
Fesler Maggie L., wid Charles, r 28 Stonewall 
Ficken John, grocer, 23 Luckie 
Fickett, Albert W., policeman, r 312 Luckie 
Field Charles (c), lab, r 40 W. & A. R. R 
Field James P., bkkpr J. R. Simmons, bds 31 N. Pryor 
Field Lida A. Miss, teacher Marietta St School, bds 39 W. 

Harris 
Field Samuel (c), porter P. W. Lynch, r Summer Hill 
Field Sarah E. Mrs., music teacher, bds 43 Bush 
Fielder Jefferson (c), lab, r 212 McDaniel 
Fields Alfred (c), lab, r 20 Valentine 
Fields Jackson (c), lab, r ns Pine, w of Blackmon 
Fields James, carpenter, r 123 Marietta 
Fields John, painter, r 301 Fail- 
Fields Newton (c), harnessmkr I). Morgan, r 24 James 
Fields William (c), lab, r 33 Biggers 
Fifer William H., machinist Ga. R. R., r 171 Jones 
Fifth Baptist Church, Rev. A". C. Norcross, pastor; Fillmore, 

ne cor Bell 
Finch George, painter, bds 00 Ga. R. R 
Finch Mary, wid Thomas, r 204 Marietta 
FINCH NATHANIEL P. T-, editor Constitution, r 76 

Marietta 
Finch William (c), tailor, 13 Whitehall, r 241 Foster 
Fincher Berry H., (Fincher & Bro.), r Pine, ne cor Calhoun 
Fincher Jesse C. (Fincher & Bro.) r 88 Peachtree 
Fincher & Bro. (J. C. and B. H. Fincher), grocers, 88 Peach- 
tree 



*7*£ T\/Tt_ 1 <gsf~i Silort ® r by the . M «. &c - ?• R- than b * 



any other route to all points West. 



"DHU TTDPTPTTT ^^es to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
X UH X liljlulli Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

FIN 184 FIT 

Findte Melvina, wid John, r 40 Howell 

Finger William, upholsterer M. T. Castleberry, r 10 Liberty 

Finley Jaekson (c), butcher J. Pettis, r 26 C. R. R 

Finley James supt Nat. Cop. Co., 11 S. Broad, bds 8 \Y. 

Whitehall 
Finley Robert (c), brewer, r rear 280 N. Calhoun 
Finley Thomas, lawyer, 21 Marietta, bds Kimball House 
Finley Thomas (c), wks St. R. R. Co., r 38 E. Ellis 
FINNEY ANDREW T., carriage mnfr and dealer, 13 S, 
Broad and 12 S. Forsyth, r 33 E. Foundry. (See page 91.) 
Finney James, puddler, bds 410 Marietta 
Finney O. P., elk U. S. Ry. M. S., r 5 Marietta 
Finzell Christian, elk J. F. Burke & Co., bds 210 Crew 
First Baptist Church, Rev. D. W. Gwin D. D., pastor; Wal- 
ton, nw cor Forsyth 
First Congregational Church (c), Rev. S. S. Ashley, pastor; 

Collins, ne cor Houston 
First M. E. Church, Rev. H. H. Parks, pastor; Peachtree r 

junc Pry or 
First Presbyterian Church, Rev. J. H. Martin, pastor; 95 

Marietta 
Fish James, with L. H. Clarke 
Fish Amines, real estate agt, r 107 Nelson 
Fishback Edward, carpenter, r rear ss Mayson's Ferry rd, 

Bellwood 
Fishbeck G. M., elk Joseph Smith 
Fisher Cincinnatus, elk, bds 135 Marietta 
Fisher George cabinetmkr, r 58 W. Foundry 
Fisher Margaret, wid William, r 135 Marietta 
Fisher William PL, elk Atlanta National Bank, r 25 Jones 
Fitch William, brakeman W. & A. R, R., r 32 Johnson 
Fitten DuBose, with Sou. Agrl Wks 
Fitten John A. (T. M. Clarke & Co.), r 75 MeDonough 
Fitzgerald Thomas, elk M. A. J. Taylor & Co., bds 45 Mag- 
azine 
Fitzgibbon John, carriagemkr, r 1 1 Orme 
Fitzgibbon Richard J., elk J. Lynch, bds 12 Pulliam 
Fitzgibbons Patrick, wks Jack & Holland, bds 148J Decatur 
Fitzgibbons Patrick Jr., grocer, 148i Decatur 
Fitzgibbons Richard, packer J. F.Burke & Co., r 148 J Decatur 
Fitzgibbons Thomas, elk W. & A. R. R., r 201 E. Fair 
Fitzgiles Prince (c), lab, r 100 Walker 

r«& OfOPlS ^"'ilsei^aFT'^T^ Makes Undershirts and 
aSe ealiy^ifai«!*! Drawers. 



FOR Good Work.Goorl Spectacles, Clocks, Jewel rv or Watches nt r.ottom Fig- 
ures, cull at 47 Whiteliall Street. ER. LAW9HE. 

FIT 185 FLO 

Fitzsimons E. Motte, with A.C. ev 15. F. Wyly, bds Mark- 

PITZSIMONS OWEN P., V. S. marshal, 20 Decatur, r 

58 Washington 
Flanders James E., engineer ( '. R. R., bds 39^ Whitehall 
Fleinhauer Lazarus (c), waiter, r 12 Cedar 
Fleishel Benjamin, r22i S. Forsyth 
Fleiishel Joseph, see and treas Atlanta City Brewing ( !o., r 221 

S. Forsyth 
Fleming Absalom F., with Brock Bros., r 15 E. Harris 
Fleming David I)., elk Hooper A: McKamey. bds 31 Harden 
Fleming George, wiper Ga. Ft. R 
Fleming Gilbert, lab, bds 33 Mangum 
Fleming J. P., cigar mkr Cassidy & Maher 
Fleming Mahala, wid Alexander, r 121 MeDaniel 
Fleming Martha, wid P., bds 31 Hayden 
Fleming Mary, wid Hilliard, r us Smith, s of Richardson 
Fleming Robert, fireman A-L. Ry., r 303 E. Hunter 
Fleming Robert (c), lab, r 278 Foster 

Fleming Thomas (c), porter L. Cohen & Co., r rear 20 Wheat 
Fleming Thomas (c), waiter Kimball House 
Fleming Thomas F., fireman A. & W. Pt. R. R.,r 34 Gilmer 
Flesh Augustus, elk, r !»1 Mangum 
Fletcher < harles (c), lab, r rear 233 Rolling Mill 
Fletcher George, soldier, r 80 Greens Ferry av 
Fletcher M. C. wid E. F., r 60 Stonewall 
Fletcher Richard M., feeder Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds 60 

Stonewall 
Flewellen Lewis (c), brickmason, r 123 E. Ellis 
Flewellen Richard (c), hostler O. H. Jones, r 50 E. Fair 
Flewy Charles (c), lab, r 77 Martin 
Flint George (c), lab, r 6' Liberty 
Flood Samuel (c), carpenter, r 59 Fort 
Flournoy Andrew J. with E. Calm ' 

Flournoy George W., lab, r ss Maysons Ferry rd, Bell wood 
Flournoy George W. Jr., lab, r ss Maysons Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Flournoy John W., painter A-L. Ry., r 185 Elliott 
Flournoy Lazarus (c), barber, r 124 E. Ellis 
Floyd Albert (c), lab, r 19 Gullatt 
Floyd Andrew J., r 144 Nelson 

Floyd Andrew, train hand C. R. R., bds 144 Nelson 
Floyd Charles (c), lab, r rear 125 Wheat 

HA T^S A R 1 * *"> /*"><% IT^«» at Attorn p-ir«w at COHEN & 



THROUGH CA^S leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line ria 
Chattanooga ami Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

FLO 18.6 FOR 

Floyd Charles J. (c), lab, r 1 7 Gullatt 

Floyd George (c), lab, r 44 E. Ellis 

Flovd James, cook J. Peel 

Floyd Jane M. wid John, r 1 43 Walton 

Floyd John (c), lab, r 17 Gullatt 

Floyd Joshua (c), lab, r 1 7 Gullatt 

Floyd Walter, train-hand C. R. R., bds 144 Nelson 

Fluker Jared (c), wks Rolling Mill 

Fluker Joshua (c), lab, r ws State, n of Wallace 

Flynn Daniel, brakeman A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 95 Terry 

Flynn James, engineer W. cv. A. R. R., r 151 W. Hunter 

Flynri John H., master mechanic W. & A. R. R., and feed 

stable, 16 S. Broad, r 36 Gilmer 
Flynn Matthew, shoemkr, 17 Washington 
Flynn Patrick, blacksmith W. & A. R. R., r 122 Mangum 
Flynn Sarah, wid Joseph, r ss Pine, w of Blackmon 
Flynn William, captain police, r 81 Chapel 
Flynn William, painter, bds 144 Alexander 
Folk Moses, carriage trimmer, bds 32 N. Forsyth 
Follensbee John W., carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 348 

Decatur 
Folsom Leonard B., saloon, 13 E. Alabama, r 49 Whitehall 
Fombee Henry (c), lab, r 18 Ga. R. R 
Fombee Sang (c), lab, r ns Beecher, w of Peeples, W. E 
Fonda James L., r 267 W. Peters 
Forbes Lafayette (c), driver, r rear 250 Rawson 
Force Albert W. (G. H. & A. W. Force), bds 57 W. Mitchell 
Force Benjamin W., elk, bds 57 W. Mitchell 
Force George H. (G. H. & A. » . Force), r 57 W. Mitchell 
Force G. H. * A. W. (G. H. and A. W. Force), boots and 

shoes, 33 Whitehall 
Force Julia A., wid B. W., r 57 W. Mitchell 
Ford Addis rJ., with A. Ford, bds 33 N. Forsyth 
Ford Albert (c), painter W. & A. R. R., r ns Pine, w of Black- 
mon 
Ford Alfred, wine mer, 60 S. Broad, r 54 Walton 
Ford Arthur C, dentist, 69 Crew 
Ford Augustus (c), driver, r rear 173 Whitehall 
Ford Anna, wid John, bds 264 Marietta 
Ford Francis C, physician, r 156 N. Calhoun 
Ford Hilliard (c), plasterer, r 87 Martin 
Ford James C, salesman, r 19 Elliott 

-i— >-i- TT Li I V/ ' bas the FINEST HEA.RSE in the State, 
r"» 111 I i r*l i j£. 20 W.Alabama. (See page 96.) 



Catoosa Lima KS." LIMB OFTHB SoUTH - J - c - KIMBALr - 

FOR 187 FOU 

Ford Luvinia H., wid J. J., r 128 W. Peters 

Ford Mollie Mud., r 15 S. Collins 

Ford Oscar R., physician, 10 W. Alabama, bds 72 Marietta 

FOREACRE G. J., genl manager A. & ('. A-L. Hy., office, 

Wall, cor Loyd, r 135 Peachtree 
Foreacre W. W., receiving elk A-L. Rv., r 135 Peach tree 
Foreshaw Edward M., engineer, r 93 Terry 
Forrest Charles (c), wagonmkr, 18 Porter's al, r Williams, cor 

Baker 
Forrest George (c), carpenter, r 79 Hilliard 
Forrest George (c), shoemkr, 172 N. Calhoun, r Hilliard, nr 

Decatur 
Forsyth Eliza, wid A. B., r 159 Walton 

J H M 

Forsyth Eugene W., molder W. & A. R. R., bds 159 Walton 
Forsyth James A., blacksmith W. <v A. R. R,, bds 87 W. 

Cain 
Forsyth Milliard F., carpenter, bds 205 Fair 
Forsyth William, blacksmith 24 Walton, r 87 W. Cain 
Forsyth William G., cotton buyer J. H. Anderson & Co., r 

205 E. Fair 
Forsham E. M., engineer Ga. R. R 
Fort Ira E., elk, bds Wilson House 
Forwood W. H. Maj., surgeon 18th Inf., r 22 McPherson 

Barracks 
Foster Albertus B. (c), waiter L. M. Gillam 
Foster Edward (c), brickmason, r 262 W. Hunter 
Foster George (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Foster Henry (c), lab, r 262 W. Hunter 
Foster H. P., carpenter W. S. Bell, r rear ss Maysons Ferry 

rd, Belhvood 
Foster James, painter, r 323 W. Mitchell 
Foster Josiah (c), lab, r 39 Horton 
Foster Joshua (c), drayman, r 21 Porter's al 
Foster Samuel (c), planer L. H. Hall & Co., r 29 Horton 
Foster Thomas (c), lab, r 18 Thurmond 
Foster William (c), lab, r 262 W. Hunter 

Foster , stone carver, bds 138 N. Collins 

Foulk M. C, trimmer A. T. Finney 

Foute Robert C. Rev., pastor St. Philip Protestant E. Church, 

r ss E. Hunter, 2d e of Washington. 
Foute William E., policeman, rns Brothertqn, w of Forsyth 

TO> ^>. -F>^,-m<^>. lBv«.y±33LS Tic2s.ets West* 

JEE^S 8," fl_ C J f tZ5 lesiiu lue auvunui<es uil'viiuti uy 'Ma .♦!. <Sc C tt. K, 



THE KEHNESAW ROUTE now offers Th-ough PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

FOW 188 FRA 



Fowler Caroline A. wid Thomas, bds 120 Luckie 

Fowler Henrietta, wid Alfred L., bds 9 Mills 

Fowler Jasper (c), carpenter, r 3H9 Bradley 

Fowler Noah R., real est agt, 9 W. Alabama, r 201 Peachtree 

Fowler William R., elk, bds 201 Peachtree 

Fox Amos, railway oils, 5 E. Alabama, r 63 X. Collins 

Fox worth John (e), gardener, r 395 Fraser 

Fov Mary, wid Peter, r 34 McDonough 

Francis A. K., machinist A-L. Ry, r 34 Pratt 

Francis Cyrus W. Rev., prof Atlanta University, r University 

grounds 
Francis Thoniis, blacksmith Porter & Meakin, r county 
Francis William M., brakeman, r 253 Decatur 
Frank Fannie, wid Joseph, r 109 E. Garnett 
Frank Joseph, route agt U. S. Ry M. S., bds Markham House 
Frank Leo B., broker, bds 109 E. Garnett 
Frank Meyer, elk Regensteiu & Kntz, r 109 E. Garnett 
Franklin Calloway (cj. lab, r 144 E. Harris 
Franklin Edward (c), porter, r ns Newton, w of Elliott 
FRANKLIN HERMAN, stove-,, tinware, plumbing, gas 

and .-team fitting, 74 S. Broad, r 51 Cooper. (See page 91.) 
Franklin Jacob A., dairyman, r 172 W. Fair 
Franklin James H. (Franklin & Wilkins), r 55 Windsor 
Franklin James L., r 178 N. Fort 
Franklin John (c), cook C. A. Pitts 
FRANKLIN MAX, who] millinery and notions, 8 and 10 

Decatur, r 215 S. Forsvth 
FRANKLIN STEAM PRINTING HOUSE (James P. 

Harrison & Co.), publishers and printers, 27 and 29 S. 

Br ad. (See ; dv. op». 196. 
Franklin .V Wilkins (J. H. Franklin and S. Wilkins), grocers, 

18 W. Mitchell 
Fraser Colin M.,bkkpr Mer. B.ink of Atlanta, r 284 Whitehall 
Fraser George P, elk, r 159 N. Collins 

Fraser Malcolm, elk Hdqrs Depl. of S mth, bds Wilson House 
Fraser M. S. Miss, teacher Walker St. School, r 230 Whitehall 
Fraser William W., lab, bds 7 Ella 
Frazier Allen (c), grocer, 180 Markham 
Frazier George P.. elk P. H. Snook, r 159 X. C -llins 
FRAZIER JEREMIAH D., grocer and com mer, 79 White- 

hall 
Frazier Sdpio (e), stone mu«on, r 253 W. Mitchell 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS Are " ,ade ,c 0rde ' Measure. 



F^IT AT^T T^rTFD IM is »°» 



ilverware Establishment. Repairing ;t Specialty. 



FRE 189 FRO 



Frederick William (c), lab, r 99 Forrest av 
Freeman Abraham (<*), coachman O. A. Loehrane 
Freeman Anderson (c), shoemkr, rear 104 Whitehall, r 8 Solo- 
mon 
Freeman Benjamin K. commr of deeds, office, with Secretary 

of State,"r 29 X. Broad 
Freeman Crawford (c), hostler St. R. R. Co 
Freeman George W. (c), wks Pellegrini & Castleberry 
Freeman James, jeweler, bds 252 \Y. Peters 
Freeman James (c), wks Faith & Morris, r Edgewood 
Freeman James ( '.. elk, r 202 W. Peters 
Freeman Jeremiah (c), drayman J. Ormond, r 241 Glenn 
Freeman Jones (ci, waiter, r 54 Hilliard 
Freeman Joseph (c), lab, r 54 Hilliard 
Freeman Martha J. Miss, paper bag mkr, bds 360 Marietta 
Freeman Porter F. (c), porter Wellhouse & Son. r52 W. Raker 
Freeman Washington (c), lab, r rear 109 AV. Peter- 
Freeman William H., carbuilder, r 7 Markham 
Frey John T., special agt U. S. Ry., M. S. 5 Marietta 
Frev Louis C. (L. ( '. Frey & Co.), r Indianapolis, Ind 
FREY L. C.&CO (L. 0. Frey. J. c. Maag, H. J. Voegeli 

and A. Kolb), boots and shoes, i Whitehall 
Friday Lafayette, lab, r 169 Luckie 
Friend Jacob M., grocer, 190 Decatur 
Friendship Baptist Church (cj, Rev. Frank Quarles, pastor; 

W. Mitchell, cor Hayne 
Frierson Carroll P.. elk J. Warlick A- Son, bds Mills, se cor 

Scott 
Frierson Charles F., with Frierson A- Leak, r 33 Powers 
Frier-"!) Thomas A. (Frierson & Leak', r 33 Marietta 
Frierson Thomas D., elk, r Mill.-, se cor Scott 
FRIERSON & LEAK (Thos. A. Frierson and H. F. 

Leak', real estate agts, 33 Marietta 
Fripp John A., wks Mark W. Johnson A- Co., r county 
Friday Washington (c . lab L. H. Hall & Co.. r 27 Marietta 
Fritz John A., heater Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Frizzell G. E. Mr-., grocer, 242 E. Hunter 
Frizzed James E., bkkpr, bds 242 E. Hunter 
Frizzell William H., eupt L. H. Hall & Co., r 242 E. Hunter 
Frolic] Bushard W.. civil engineer, r 103 McDonough 
Frost Amorite (c), lab. r 186 Markham 
Frost Henry (c), wks P. G. Thompson 

Ca^^t.- T-v. w ;-'-;v.> r^nrfq in Great Varitly atCOIIEN & SELIG'S, 
s..»i a urmsninu wv.«g >i Whitehall. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESA ii ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

FRY 190 FUL 

Fry Abe, jeweler, bds Wilson House 

Fit George T., lawyer, 18 Whitehall, r 151 (Yew 

Fry Robert (c), lab, r 31 Ezzard 

Fry Sherman (c), barber, r 17 Clifford 

Fry Thomas (c), porter, r 17 Clifford 

Fry Thomas (c), waiter Kimball House 

Frv William (c), porter, r 17 Clifford 

FRY, see also FREY 

Fuller Alfred D., grocer, 224 W. Peters, r 218 W. Peters 

Fuller Erasmus Q. Rev., editor Methodist Advocate, r 30 Mc- 
Donough 

Fuller Henry (c\ lab, r 127 Whitehall 

FULLER HENRY A., whol grocer, Alabama, necor Prvor, 
r 230 Whitehall 

Fuller Jacob B. (c), carpenter J. L. Watkins, r es Hoge, nr 
Wheat 

Fuller Jones C, grocer, 67 S. Broad, r 236 W. Peters 

Fuller Judson W., elk Fuller & Doolittle, r 30 Windsor 

Fuller J. F., prof Atlanta University, r University grounds 

Fuller Lina, wid William, r 54 W. Cain 

Fuller Osborne (c), wks H. Robinson 

Fuller Phebe Miss, teacher Marietta St. School, bds 137 Crew 

Fuller Philip L., puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 589 Marietta 

Fuller Robert W. Rev., D. D., agt Mercer University, r 137 
Crew 

FULLER THOMAS K, grocer, 13 W. Mitchell, bds White- 
hall cor Cooper, 

Fuller Watson, elk Hitchcock & Walden, bds 30 McDonough 

Fuller William, grocer, r 17 Havnes 

FULLER WILLIAM A (Fuller & Doolittle), rl9 Me- 
chanic 

FULLER & DOOLITTLE (W. A. Fuller and N.J. Doolit- 
tle), grocers and com mers, 148 Marietta 

Fulton County Jail, G. Whit Anderson, jai'or ; 38 Fraser 

Fulton Frank, bottler Mayer, Son & Co., r 15 Larkin . 

Fulton House, Mrs. E. A. Tillman, propr; Decati r, cor Ivy 

Fulton James, wks Pelligrini cfc ( 'ast'eberry, r Chapel, cor 
Huni})hries 

Fulton Samuel, assistant city elk, r 32 Church 

Fulton Susan R., wid W. H., bds 32 Church 

Fulton William, baker T. S. Lewis 

Fulton William A., wks Pelligrini & Cast'eberry, r Chapel cor 
Humphries 

-IZ5J !_LJ iJZj X, -tt \\\ Alabama. (See paye 96.) 



Catoosa Lime, Cement and Fertilizers 



at J.C. KIMBALL*. 

01 Alabama. 



FUR 191 GAL 



FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO. (II., M. and L. Furch- 
gott, C. Benedid and P. Herzog), dry goods, notions, oar- 
pets, etc., 38 Whitehall 

Furchgott Herman (Furchgott, Benedict <& Co.), r Charleston, 

S. C 
Furchgott Leopold (Furchgott, Benedict & Co.), lxls Kimball 

I luiise 
Furchgott Max (Furchgott, Benedict <X: Co.), r Charleston, 

S. C 
Futch William, grinder Son. Agl Wks, r 143 W. Peters 
Fuss George M., fireman C. R. R., bds 39i Whitehall 



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O to MOTES' 

FOR YOUR PICTURE?. 



His GALLERY is Headquarters for FINE PHOTO- 
GRAPHS. Old Pictures Copied. 

NO. 3« WHITEHALL HTKEET. 

pi ABLE G. W., tel opr W. & A. R. R 

\DT Gaddis Frank (c), lab, r ws Butler, 1st s of Cain 

GAILMARD CHARLES F. PROF., teacher of French 

and Music, r 58 Simpson 
Gailmard Charles M., butcher, bds 58 Simpson 
Gailmard Emil J., elk, bds 58 Simpson 
Gainer Charles, elk E. T. Paine, bds 54 Plum 
Gaines Elizabeth, wid Allen, r 54 Plum 
Gaines Marion, shoemkr, 60 Peachtree, r 68 Spring; 
Gaines Ransom C, elk McKoy & Williams, bds'96| Whitehall 
Gaines Reuben, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 306 Luekie 
Gaines William (c), porter Kimball House 
Gaither Francis T., elk Eddleman & Brown, bds Cannon 

House 
Galceran Martin P., elk, r Moore, cor Jones 
Gallagher John, mess Sou. Ex. Co., r 98 S. Pryor 
Gallagher Nancy, wid John, r 295 \V. Peachtree 
Gallagher Thomas, wks Rolling Mill, r ss Mayson's Ferry rd, 

Bel I wood 
Gallaher Bridget, wid John, r 89 Terry 
Galvin Cornelius, tailor, r 59 N. Calhoun 
Galvin John, elk, r 180 Wheat 

"D A QCJT?"MT , T?T>Q C-O WT^T with fewp r chinges via Tu£ m efts 

JTXlO>3rji>lljJL!iXiO O. H. rt. than by any other roiuu. 



■HVf , TT'DC!TfiTT nFTPTnTTC! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
Jjiiw UlWlUlN liwiiuiw Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

GAM 192 GAR 



Gamble Robert T., salesman, r 24 Peachtree 

Gammell Josiah H., grocer, 57 W. Peters, r 71 W. Peters 

Gammon Edward M., wks Elsas, May & Co.. r Peters, sw cor 

Brick 
Gammon Jacob (c), porter I. Bird, r ns Irwin, w of Lee, W.E 
Gammon Lewis S. (Gammon & Jones), r 251 W. Mitchell 
Gammon Tabitha, wid L. B., r Peters, sw cor Brick 
Gammon & Jones (L. S. Gammon and J. C. Jones), grocers, 

251 W. Mitchell 
Gann David, engineer State House, r 170 Nelson 
Gann Ellen, wid Berry, r ns Wells, w of Hightower 
Gann James, painter, r ns Wells, w of Hightower 
Gann William, butcher, r 32 Stonewall 
Gann William, carpenter, r 94 Green's Ferry ax- 
Gannon Annie, wid John, r 74 E. Hunter 
Gannon Michael, train hand A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 12 S. Cal- 
houn 
Gantt John A., elk W. D. Mitchell, r 2 C. R. R 
Gantt Lewis (c), barber, r 11 S. Collins 
Garcia Josephine, wid Bernard, r 14 Martin 
Gardner Burton E., blacksmith R. E. Gardner, r 158 Davis 
Gardner Clark (c), lab, r 1 Bobbins 

Gardner George E. Rev., pastor Evan's Chapel, r 78 Chapel 
Gardner Gilford (c), lab, r rear 508 Decatur 
GARDNER GRAFTON W., physician, 85 E. Garnett 
Gardner Isham (c), lab, r 156 Fillmore 
Gardner John, elk, r 65 E. Fair 
Gardner Margaret, wid Nathaniel, r 90 Peachtree 
Gardner Moses M., photographer, 32 Marietta, r 135 Nelson 
Gardner Reuben E., blacksmith, 26 W. Hunter, r 162 Davis 
Gardner Romulus (c), wks S. C. Hitchcock 
Gardner Samuel (c), lab,,r 52 Walker 
Gardner Shadraeh (e), wks W. A: A. \l. R., r 16 Well. 
Gardner Stephen (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 47 Victo- 
ria 
Gardner Turner (e), blacksmith, 197 W. Peters, r 76 Greens 

Ferry av 
Gardner W. H. Map, asst surgeon Deptof South, 30 E. Wall, 

r 15 E. Peters" 
Garland Nelson (c), carpenter, r 99 Martin 
Garlington Octavia E. Miss, teacher Marietta St. School, bds 39 
W. Harris 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS SK!? best 



"%■%*"•» i gt I. rk g ' 1op*re anrl Jpwp'ry. Er LawRbe, 47 Whitehall St., oar> 
"" «lll III ^* supply you through manufacturer-, at bottom price*. 

(i.VR 193 GAS 

Gannon Richard (c), lab, r 12o Haynes 
Garmony John L., boilermkr, r 206 Decatur 
Garner Emma, wid James, r rear 16 Randolph 

Garner Howard (c . porter Kimball Souse 
Garner Willis (c), lab, r rear 222 Mangnm 
Garr William lei, drayman, r 101 Humphries 
Garrabrant W., engineer W. & A. R. R., r Chattanooga, Tenn 
Garrett Arminda E., wid David, r rear 153 Thompson 
Garrett Charles, sleeping ear conductor, bds 83 Loyd 
Garrett D. A., lab, bds Callaway House 
Garrett James W., lab, r 24 N. Moore 
Garrett Riley, mer, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Garrett Seaborn (c), mason, r 123 E. Hunter 
Garrett Susan, wid W. R., r rear 135 Walker 
Garrett Thomas W., conductor, bds 103 X. Collin- 
Garrett William, elk, bds 210 McDonough 
Garrett William J. [Garrett A: Bro.J, r 166 Washington 
Garrett William M., dentist, r 210 McDonough 
Garrett Young (Garrett & Bro.), r 249 Washington 
GARRETT & BRO. (W. J. and Y. Garrett), whol gro- 
cer- and produce com mers, 50 and 52 E. Alabama 
Garrison James A., elk W. T. Buzbee, r 27 Larkin 
Garrison James B., machinist, r 121 Ga. R. R 
Garrison Jeddiah D., street tax collector, r 61 Martin 
Garrison John B., helper W. & A. R. R., r 130 Davis 
Garrison Nehemiah J., elk McMillan & Snow, r 95 Walton 
Garrison Samuel (c), porter Gas Lt. Co., r 133 E. Cain 
Garrison William W., painter, 21 S. Broad, r 227 Rolling 

Mill 
Gartrell Francis B., furniture, 10 W. Hun'er, r 256 E. Hunter 
Gartrell Joseph E., lawyer, 3i Whitehall, r 27 Yonge 
Gartrell Lucius J. (Gartrell & Wright), r 442 Decatur 
GARTRELL & WRIGHT (L. J. Gartrell and W. F. 
Wright), lawyers, 2 and 3 Centennial Bldg, 3 J Whitehall 
Garvey James, steward, r 73 X. Butler 
Garvey John J., machinist W. & A. R. R., r 30 Mechanic 
Garvin Edward, elk, r 289 Jones 
Garvin Henry A., painter, r 53 E. Ellis 
Garvin Tallulah, wid Richard, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Garvin William, tailor, r 289 Jones 
Garwin James, ins agt, r ss Larkin, w of Walker 
Gaskill Charles, snap mkr, bds 135 E. Cain 

Fashionable ClothiersT cohe1 ^h^M g - 



T/~\ C "tr* f T T "R IT Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE 
JL KJ OX^Vj U IXILi KENNESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 

GAS 194 GEO 

Gaskill Charles B., lawyer, 8 James' Bank Blk, r 128 S. For- 
syth 

Gaskill John (o), wks Jack & Holland 

Gaskill Simon (c), lab, r es Washington, s of Glenn 

Gassmon Virginia, wid Frederick, r 140 Nelson 

Gate City Guards, A . D. Burnett, sec ; armory Forsyth, cor R R 

Gate City Hose Co., No. 5, John W Lee, pres; Thomas Medlin, 
sec; 28 Foundry 

Gates Aaron (c) wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 56 Chattahoochee 

Gates Alvin A., mess Sou. Ex. Co , bds 99 Washington 

Gates Berry (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Gates Henry (c), shoemkr, 156 Fillmore, r rear 210 E. Cain 

Gates Robert (c), porter J. J. Falvey 

Gates Thomas (c), wks H. Phillips, r 232 Peach tree 

Gatins James A., elk C. R. R., r 52 Gilmer 

Gatins John, grocer, 62 X. Calhoun 

Gatins Joseph, frt elk C. R. R., r 52 Gilmer 

Gatins Joseph F. elk C. R. R., bds 52 Gilmer 

Gaulding Horace (c), lab, r 106 X. Calhoun 

Gaulding Leake (c), lab, r 106 X. Calhoun 

Gaulding Sallie G., wid Archibald, r 3 Hunnicutt 

Gault Jefferson, well borer, r 34 E. Baker 

Gault John, engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill, r ns May son's 
Ferry rd, Bell wood 

Gause Charles W., with Langston & Crane, r 48 X. Collins 

Gavan John H., second hand furniture, 78 Peachtree, r 176 
Wheat 

Gavin John, stone mason, r 51 Pulliam 

Gav Augustus O. M. (A. O. M. Gay & Co.), r 302 Peachtree 

Gay A. O. M. & Co. (A. O. M. and E. H. Gay), dry goods, 67 " 
Peachtree 

Gay Easton (c), mattressmkr, 125 Whitehall 

Gay Edward S., ins agt, Pryor, ne cor Line, r ns Currier, 1st 
e of Peachtree 

Gay Elbert H. (A. O. M. Gay & Co.), r Newborn, Ga 

Gay Mary H. Miss, boarding house, 57 Marietta 

Gav William, law student, bds 38 Windsor 

Gay William F., yardboss Rolling Mill, bds 108 Marietta 

Geetus Lum (c), lab, r 10 S. Calhoun 

George Frank H. elk A. C. & B. F. Wyly, bds 22 W. Ala- 
bama 

George Israel (c), lab, r es Randolph, nr Irwin 

CllS2ipGSt UUdGrtStklUg 1 F. X. BLILEY, 26 W.Alabama. (Seep. 9«.) 



Extra Blacksmith Coal fiE^ftStoi* «*■***.« <"*■■ 

GE( ) 195 GIL 

George John H. (George & Drake), r 24 Williams 

George Mack (c), porter, r 115 E. Baker 

George OweD Rev. (c), pastor Mt. ZioD Baptist Church, r 115 

E. Baker 
GEORGIA BANKING AND TRUST CO., V. R. Tom- 

mey, pres, J. M. Patton, cashier; 12 E. Wall 
Georgia Railroad and Banking Company, Ed. A. Werner, 

agtj 32 Loyd, cor Ga. R. R 
Georgia Republican, '27 E. Hunter 
GEORGIA SPICE MILLS, J. F. Burke & Co., proprs; 

105 Pryor. (See page 90.) 
Georgia State Agricultural Society, T. Hardeman, Jr., pres; 

M. Johnston, sec; State House 
Gerbie Charles J., watchmkr, 25 Peachtree, r 184 X. Collins 
German Lutheran Church, Rev. Gustavus ochramm, pastor; 

june Whitehall and S. Forsyth 
Germany M. A., wid \V. J., bds 201 Jones 
Gershon Aaron, saloon, 34 Decatur, r IS W. Peters 
Gholstin Louis (Bowie & Gliolstin), r Broad, sw cor Alabama 
GibU William W., carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 77 Terry 
Gibson G. R., train hand W. &. A. R. R., r Big Shanty 
Gibson Isaac (c), lal>, r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Gibson James F., helper A-L. Ry., r 219 E. Hunter 
Gibson John C. (c), elk J. Tate, r 220 Decatur 
Gibson Lou Miss, bds 110 Wheat 

Gibson William, wks Longley & Robinson, r 77 Ga. R. R 
Gibson William G., molder Winship & Bro., r 181 Fillmore 
GIFFORD JAMES A., mufr of boilers, furnace stacks, etc., 

222 Marietta, r 124 Davis. (See page 85.) 
Gilapin Arnold, wks Sou. Agrl Wks 
Gilbert Campbell R., agt, 'bus 65 E. Peters 
Gilbert Eli (c), carpenter, r 339 X. Calhoun 
Gilbert Jackson (c), lab, r 84 Richmond 
Gilbert John, printer Constitution, r DeKalb Co 
Gilbert Kate C. Mrs., private school, r 286 Luckie 
Gilbert Margaret J. Mrs., boarding house, 32 N. Forsyth 
Gilbert Mathew S. (Simmons, Hunt & Gilbert and Landrum 

& Gilbert), bds 163 Walton 
Gilbert Theodore, watchmkr Er. Lawshe, r 65 E. Peters 
Gilbert Wiley (c), carpenter, r 320 Peachtree 
Gilden William (c), janitor Concordia Hall, r 14 W. Mitchell 
Gilden William (e), lab, r rear 41 E. Mitchell 

/T^H#> \f J&-. f^ t9' T?> ia thoroughly equipped, and FIRST* 
A, Alt -L~A* Ol V* **?#> JV? CL ASS in every reapeU. 



'OR INFORMATION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

GIL 196 GLE 



Giles Albert (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 266 Mangum 

Giles Henry (c), lab, r 266 Mangum 

Gill Walter P., overseer Atlanta Cotton Factory, r 79 W. 

Cain 
Gillal Lorena, wid John, r 123 Marietta 
Gil Ian Lewis M. with Sheek & Co., r 50 N. Broad 
Gillham Elizabeth, wid John, r 614 Decatur 
Gilmer Walter, wks W. S. Withers, bds 257 W. Mitchell 
Gilmore Alma, carpenter A. Murphy, bds es Forsyth, s of 

Mitchell 
Gilpin Jane H., wid AV. T., r 177 Marietta 
Gilbreath George H. (Gilbreath & Sloan), r 67 Form wait 
Gilbreath & Sloan (G. H. Gilbreath and T. D. Sloan), grocers, 

14 W. Mitchell 
Ginganajle J., baker, bds Fulton House 
Givens Hector (c), lab, r 149 C. R. R 
Glanter Flerman, wks Atlanta City Brewery 
Glascock William J., chief head elk U. S. Ry M. S., bds 181 
1 McDonough 

Glass Charles (c), lab, r rear 214 Decatur 
Glass John (c), shoemkr, r ws Gate City, s of Glenn 
Glass Julius (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 14 Thurmond 
Glass J. R., conductor W. & A. R. R 
Glass Mack (c), lab, r 14 S. Collins 
Glass Mary, wid Sanford, bds 259 Whitehall 
Glass Robert (c), lab', r 14 S. Collins 
Glass Robert A., fireman, r es Savannah, s of Ga. R. R 
Glass Robert C, elk, bds 21 1 Peachtree 
Glass Roger (c), helper A-L. Ry, r 27 Jenkins 
Glazier Frank H., elk R. K. Wilson, r 49 Kelly 
Gleeson James, shoemkr, bds 226 Fraser 
Gleeson William, shoemkr, 7 W. Hunter, r 226 Fraser 
Gleeson William H., shoemkr, bds 226 Fraser 
Glenn Frank (c), porter T. Schumann, r 61 Haynes 
GLENN HOWELL C. (L. J. Glenn & Son), and commis- 
sioner of deeds, 19 Whitehall, r ss Rawson, w of Form- 
wait. (See page 87.) 
Glenn John, elk Ga. R. R., r Kirkwood 
Glenn John C, bill elk Ga. R. R., r 26 Wheat 
Glenn John T. (Hopkins &: Glenn), r 56 Cooper 
Glenn Luther J. (L. J. Glenn & Son), r ss Rawson, w of Form- 
wait 

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the advantages which we can offer you will be conducive to our mutual 
interest. 

The Printing Department, as heretofore is under the immediate personal 
supervision of the members of the firm, themselves practical printers of wide ex- 
perience; and they feel confident, therefore, that they can guarantee to give 
satisfaction, should you favor them with an order. Will take pleasure in sub- 
mitting estimates and designs. Every description of Book and Job Work, 
plain or fancy, including Posters a ml Newspap&ra, promptly executed. 

Our Blank Book Manufacturing and Book Binding Department is (qua/ 
to the finest in the land. Our work here is unequalled in the South. 

Correspondence solicited, and all inquiries promptly answered. 

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Clocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St, can 
'♦ supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price*. 



GrLE 197 GOL 

GLENN L. J. & SON (L. J. and H. C. Glenn), lawyers, 

19 Whitehall. (Sec page 87.) 
Glenn Robert (c), wks A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 75 Pratt 
Glenn Rnfus (c), gardener J. B. Campbell 
Glenn William (c), blacksmith St. R. R. Co., r es Terry, s of 

Fair 
Glenn. William (e), porter T. Schumann, r 10 Marietta 
Gloer James W., former, r 38 W. Fair 
Glosson James, wks Rolling' Mill, r 76 Rock 
Glossup William H., watchman W. S: A. R. R., r ws Lee, s 

of Gordon, W. E 
Glover Cicero (c), porter J. Hirshbexg & Co 
Glover James (c), porter Sou. Ex. Co., r 122 Marietta 
Glover John H., elk A-L. Ry., r 135 S. Pryor 
Glover Lewis (c), cook, r 93 S. Pryor 
Glynn Margaret Mrs., grocer, 36 W. Mitchell 
Glynn Walter D., icedealer, r 56 Bell 
Gober John C, striker Sou. Agrl Wks, r 403 Mangum 
Gober Marv, laundress, r ss Hunnicutt, 2d w of McAfee 
Gober M. C., fireman W. & A. R. R 
Gober William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 2 Means 
Gober Z. A., fireman W. & A. R. R 
Gobev Edgar E., cabinetmkr L. H. Hall & Co., r 198 Rolling 

Mill 
Goddard Frank A., with MARK BERRY, r Stone Moun- 
tain, Ga 
Goddard George C, elk D. H. Dougherty, r Stone Mountain 
Godford William (c), cook Ballard & Allen 
Godfrev Richard J. (Walker, Bmd & Godfrey), bds 97 E. 

Mitchell 
Goelz Charles, barkpr P. Berron, bds Berron House 
Goetting Charles, baker, 11 Peachtree 
Gofife James H., U. S. Ry. P. O. elk 
GOIN JOHN A. supt the J. M. Bradstreet & Son Co., 6 

Whitehall, r 103 Loyd 
GOLDEN FENDOLS^ plow mnfr and general blacksmith 

596 Marietta, r county. (See page 92) 
Golden Francis, checker W. & A. R. R., r 99 McDaniel, s of 

Wells 
Golden Frank (c), porter, r 22 X. Collins 
Golden Willis R., blacksmith F. S. Golden, r county 
Golding Thrower B., bds 152 S. Pryor 

TP&f^l^SP $&Tf¥W& ALL SIZBS.atCOHEN&SELlG'S, 

ElfW 3, §>} 8* y 4 Js S>9 23 WHITEHALL. ' 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line ria 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

GOL 198 GOO 

Goldsmith James M., elk Comptroller General, r 241 Ivy 
Goldsmith Jeremiah W., grocer 55 E. Alabama, r 104 E. Peters 
Goldsmith John H., bkkpr Ga. Banking ife Trust Co., r 299 

Marietta 
Goldsmith Mark E., mess. Ga. Banking & Trust Co., r 299 

Marietta 
Goldsmith Turner, real estate agt. 11 Marietta, r 256 W. Peach- 
tree 
GOLDSMITH WASHINGTON L., comptroller general, 

State House, r 205 Peachtree 
Goldsmith William, bds 20 Powers 
Goldsmith William T., physician, and editor Sou. Med. Record, 

2 Marietta, r 252 W. Peachtree 
Golightly John F. with Stewart cV: Fain, r Fairburn, Ga 
Golphin William (c), cook, r 199 Richardson 
Gomez Gomasinda P. (Gomez & Bro.), bds 39f Whitehall 
Gomez Nicholas N. (Gomez & Bro.), bds 39J Whitehall 
Gomez & Bro. (G. P. and N. M. Gomez), meats and vegetables, 

120 Whitehall 
Good Templars Advocate, J. G. Thrower, manager and editor; 

8h Marietta 
Good Templar's Hill, Hunter, sw cor Whitehall 
Oooden William, engineer, bds 119 Ga. R. R 
Goodlett James (c) barber W. D. Hutchins, r 58 Rawson 
Goodman Charles M. (Trimble & Goodman), bds 201 Peachtree 
Goodman James M., with J. M. Bradstreet & Son Co., bds 

164 Nelson 
Goodman John, physician, 272 Marietta, r 129 W. Baker 
Goodman John T., brakeman, r 164 Nelson 
Goodman Louise, wid Solomon, r es Terry, s of Fair 
Goodman Maurice T., with J. M. Bradstreet & San Co., bds 

164 Nelson 
Goodman Robert H., elk E. C. Allen, r 39 W. Harris 
Goodman Thomas H., fireman W. & A. R. R., bds 138 W. 

Baker 
Goodman W. A., coppersmith W. & A. R. R 
Goodnow Joseph, teller Citizens Bank of Ga., bds 255 Ivy 
G0ODNOW WILLIAM, genl manager Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Co., r 255 Ivy 
Goodrich Allen M. (Ellis, Davis & Co.), r 219 Haynes 
Goodrum Moses (c), lab, r rear 83 E. Alabama 
Goodsou Alexander H., policeman, bds S5 E. Harris 

17„,__1_ TT "Dlilrt-- can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
J I clllK A.. JDlllcy any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.) 



CASTLE 1 K.OCZr ' "m. ' im;i:k. and Anthracite foals, at J 



R ? C. Kimball's, 54 Alabama. 



GOO 199 GOZ 



Goodson Robert II., policeman, r 85 E. Harris 

Goodwin Bartlett Y., fireman VV. & A. R. R., r 12 Rhodes 

Goodwin Henrv C mess Sou. Ex. Co., r 118 Decatur 

GOODWIN JOHN B., lawyer, 3J Whitehall, Centennial 
Bldg, r 152 S. Pryor 

Goodwin Monroe (e), lab, r 28 Bradbury' 

Goodwin Thomas (e), helper L. Bennett, r rear 12 S. Calhoun 

Goodyear Young (o), stone mason, r 319 W. Mitchell 

Goosby Thomas (c), carpenter, r 137 Wheat 

Gordon Anderson (c), porter Wellhouse & Son, r 120 E. 
( ain 

Gordon David (c), driver T. 8. Lewis, r 12 Chapel 

Gordon Frank (White & Gordon], r 8 S. Broad 

Gordon George (c), pedler, r ss Nolan, w of Jackson 

Gordon II., train hand W. & A. R. R 

Gordon Joseph, painter, 8 E. Alabama, r 85 Stonewall 

Gordon Lewis (c), lab, r rear 81 Mill 

Gordon Thomas W., student, bds 8 Wheat 

Gordon Wesley (c), lab, r 39 Mays al 

Gordon Willis (c), engineer Porter & Meakin, r 190 E. Hun- 
ter 

Goree Clinton, messenger, bds o(i Spring 

Goree Nancy, wid Eli, r 56 Spring 

Gorman William, printer Constitution, r 152 S. Pryor 

Gosden Sarah, wid John, r ss Ga. R. R., cor Borne 

Gossett James H., butcher, 24 Mangum 

Gossett William E., brick mason, bds 33 Mangum 

Goucly David H., watchman Ga. R. R., r ss Ga. R. R., nr 
Savannah 

Gouge Charles A., tinner J. Warlick & Sons, r 133 Marietta 

Gouge John W., tinner Stewart v.v; Fain, r 410 Collins 

Gouge J. N., helper W. & A. R. R 

Goulding M. W. Miss, teacher Crew St. School, r 15 E. 
Mitchell 

Gouldin Jane, wid T. S., r 150 E. Hunter 

Gouldin T. S., 150 E. Hunter 

Governor's Guards, John Milledge captain; armory Alabama, 
cor Forsyth 

Gowdy Ann E., wid James, bds 128 Mangum 

Gowdy J. Franklin, fireman, bds 128 Mangum 

Goza DeWitt C, contractor, r 86 Crew 

Goza Frank (c), painter, r 88 W T alker 

Buying TicKots ~S7U"esit.' 

learn the auvaiUu^es oii'ereU uy ttte M. &, V. R. R. 



PULLMAN PALAGE CARS leave Atlanta dally for Washington by the* 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

GRA 200 GRA 

Grace Jesse (c), lab, r 21 Thurmond 

Grady Ann E., wid W. S., r 19 W. Baker 

Gradv Henry K., journalist, bds 19 W. Baker 

GRADY HENRY W., editor Constitution, r 19 W. Baker 

Grady Stephen T., barkpr T. F. Grady, bds Wilson House 

GRADY THOMAS F., saloon, ale and liquors, 63 E. Ala- 
bama, bds Wilson House 

Grady William S., journalist, bds 19 W. Baker 

Graefer John (Juntzen & Graefer), r 13 Whitehall 

Graham Alice, wid William, bds 46 Ivy 

Graham George (c), carpenter W. & A. R. R., r Martin, se cor 
Richmond 

Graham Henry (c), hostler O. H. Jones 

Graham Isaiah (c), driver J. C. Kimball, r Summer Hill 

Graham Jackson, trav agt, r 85 Luckie 

Graham John M., lawyer 54 Whitehall, bds 126 Jackson 

Graham Rufus (c), driver J. C. Kimball, r Summer Hill 

Graham Stephen (c), waiter Callaway House 

Graham Thomas (c), wks J. O'Neil 

Graham William A., elk Pinson & Peacock, r 127 W. Fair 

Gramling Franklin B , fireman W. & A. R. R., bds 49 Maga- 
zine 

Gramling George H., carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 28 Mark- 
ham 

Gramling H. M., trainhand W. & A. R. R., r Big Shanty, Ga 

Gramling James A., engineer W. & A. R. R., r 150 Davis 

Gramling John R. (Gramling, Spalding & Co.), r 29 Powers 

Gramling Martha, wid Daniel, r 49 Magazine 

Gramling Miles A., fireman W. & A. R. R., bds 49 Magazine 

Gramling, Spalding & Co. (J. R. Gramling, R. D. and R. S, 
Spalding), boots and shoes, 14 Decatur 

Gramling Thomas A., bkkpr, bds 29 Powers 

GRAMLING WILLIAM G., supt car dept W. & A. R. R., 
r 175 Haynes 

Gramling William S. (McCIeskey & Gramling), r 63 Peachtree 

Granberry Lewis (c), gardener, r 223 Hill 

Grandison Thomas (c), lab, r 183 E. Ellis 

Granite Block, ws Broad, nr R. R 

Grant Building, Marietta, se cor Forsyth 

Grant Cohen F. (c), drayman, r 77 Richmond 

Grant Edward, painter W. & A. R. R 

Grant Francis (c), porter J. M. Alexander & Co., r 143 E. 
Baker 

* w sp ,05*1, *D|> ,& .TllingS, and Styles of SHIRTS are made at 



Shropshire's Shirt Factory. 



F^ITART T^TTFD * N I850 -) Er Lawahe's Jewelry, Watch, Clock and 



Iverwarc Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 



GRA 201 GRA 



Grant Jacob (c), wks Longley & Robinson, r 247 Richardson 
Grant James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
GRANT JOHN T., r 319 Peachtree 

Grant Jordan (c), lab, r ns E. Harris, e of Randolph 
■Grant J. D., conductor W. & A. R. R., bds Wilson House 
GRANT LEMUEL P, supt A. & U. Ft. R. R., r Glenn, 

bet Grant and Hill 
Grant Lemuel P., Jr., genl ticket auditor A. & W, Ft. R. R., 

r Glenn, bet Grant and Hill 
Grant Mary Mrs., r 14 Strong 
Grant Robert Rev. (c), pastor Zion Hill Baptist Church, r 43 

Richmond 
Grant Seaborn (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 216 Mangum 
Grant Thomas (c), fireman Sunny South, r 45 W. & A. R. R 
Grant William D., contractor, 44 Marietta, r 320 Peachtree 
Grant William T., physician, r 148 Fillmore 
Grant William W., frt bkkpr A. &W. Ft, R. R., r 62 Crew 
Grantham William R., baggagemaster, r 136 Rhodes 
GRASTY SAMUEL G.,genl agt Carolina Central Dispatch 
Line, Clydes X. Y. and Wilmington S. S. "Co., and Balti- 
more and Sou. Trans. Co., 21 E. Prvor, r 52 Houston 
Grasty William C. Jr., mnfr, 21 S. Pryor, bds 13 E. Hunter 
Graves Anthony (c), porter, r 21 Clifford 
Graves Elijah (c), candymkr F. E. Block 
Graves Eliza, wid Thomas, bds 22 Formwalt 
Gravitt John, fireman A. & W. Pt. R. R 
Gravitt William W., fireman Ga. R. R., r 258 E. Fair 
Gray Abraham (c), lab, r 66 Magazine 
Gray Daniel (c), driver J. W. Goldsmith, r ss Merrittsav, 1st 

w of X. Calhoun 
Grav George (c), lab, r 75 Haynes 

Gray James T., weigher J. Ben. Wilson & Co., r 220 W. Fair 
Gray Joseph (c), lab, r 250 X. Calhoun 
Gray Luke, molder J. Davis, lids 22!) Marietta 
Gray Mack, driver J. Stephens, r rear 126 Jackson 
Gray Martha W., wid J. D., r 272 E. Fair 
Gray Mary E. Mrs., seamstress, r 99 Houston 
Gray Minnie H. Miss, seamstress, bds 99 Houston 
Gray Thomas (c), driver J. W. Goldsmith, r ss Merrittsav, 1st 

w of X. Calhoun 
Gray William, gasfitter, r 206 F. Fair 

GRAY WILLIAM, marble works and tombstones, 77 E. 
Alabama, r 434 F. Fail-. (See index to adv.) 

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Jj^OUlWlUlN liUililllO Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

GEA 202 GRE 

Gray William, wks Ga. R. R 

Gray William, wks Longley & Robinson 

Greaves Elijah (c), lab, r 30 W. Mitchell 

Green Adam (c), lab, r 26 Fairlie 

Green Bartley (c), carpenter, r 63 Rolling Mill 

Green Benjamin (c), lab, r 81 Humphries 

Green Clement R., lawyer, 23 Whitehall 

Green Daniel (c), lab, r 157 N". Butler 

Green Daniel A., lawyer, r 8 Greens Ferry av 

Green David (c), lab, r, 144 C. R. R 

Green Elizabeth, wid Jesse, r 118 Luckie 

Green Esther J., wid John F., r 104 Wheat 

Green Evans, trav agt, bds 39 N. Forsyth 

Green George, car inspector A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 249 Man- 
gum 

Green George G., fireman A. & W. Pt. R. R., bds 249 Man- 
gum 

Green Gilbert (c), lab, r 102 N. Calhoun 

Green Harrison (c), (Alexander & Green), r 168 AV. Fair 

Green Henry (c), hostler, r Wheat, nw cor Randolph 

Green James (c), porter Shropshire ct Johnson, r 144 Garnett 

Green Jesse, carpenter, bds 118 Luckie 

Green John D., trav agt, r 145 Mangum 

Green John M., with Walton, Whann & Co., 17 S. Broad, r 
19 Orme 

Green Joseph, helper Ga. R, R,, r 210 E. Fair 

Green J. J., baggage master, bds 9G\ Whitehall 

Green Levi (c), lab, r es Chapel, s of Brick 

Green Line, T. E. Walker, agt; 8 S. Broad 

Green Madison (c), farmer, r 205 Clarke 

Green Mary Miss, with Mrs. A. McCormick 

Green Mary A., wid Wiley, bds 80 Alexander 

Green Mary I., music teacher, bds 31 N. Forsyth 

Green Micajah (e), lab, r rear 128 Houston 

Green Moses (c), lab, r rear County Jail 

Green Octavius (c), driver, r rear 225 Whitehall 

Green Philip (c), engineer T. E. Lewis, r 18 Horton 

Green Pyatt Miss, teacher, bds 104 Wheat 

Green Richmond (c), hostler J. Flynn, r 16 S. Broad 

Green Shadrach (c), lab, r 102 N. Calhoun 

Green Wilford (c), wks P. Lynch 

Green William (c), lab, r 146 Jackson 

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GRE 203 GRI 



Green William (c), lab, r ns Newton, \v of Elliott 

Green William (c), hostler, r 51 W. Hunter 

Green William (<•), painter, r rear Coantv Jail 

GREEN WILLIAM H., grocer, 12:3 Peachrree, r 42 Powers 

Greene Alston H., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 56 Crew 

Greene Charles H., elk Hunt, R.nkin & Lamar, r \vs Loyd, n 

of Fair 
Greene Clement C, deputy sheriff Fulton county, r 56 Crew- 
Greener Robert (c), porter, r rear 82 X. Calhoun 
Greenwood Charles (c), carpenter, r 180 Markham 
Greenwood Edward (c), shoemkr, 298 Marietta 
Greenwood Jacob (c), fireman A-L. Rv 
Greenwood John (c), lab, r 132 Ga. R. R 
Greenwood Robert (c), porter J. R. DuBose & Son 
Greenwood Simon (c), grocer, 195 W. Peters 
Greer Ella Miss, r 2h Marietta 
Greer John, fireman W. & A. R. R 
GREER ROBERT S., woodvard, 170 Decatur, and propr 

OLD RELIABLE DAIRY, r Edgewood 
Greer Robert S. with W. A. Russell & Co., r Columbus, Ga 
Greeson Emmet M. (Greeson A: Stevens), r Love nr Grant 
Greeson & Stevens (E. M. Greeson and J.M. Stevens), planing 
mill, Forsyth, nw cor Brothertou. infokmation refused 
(Iregg Joseph R., elk Tommey, Stewart & Beck, bds 85 Pul- 

liam 
Gregg Matilda, wid Erbine, r 85 Pulliam 
Gregg Richard C., grocer, 61 McDaniel, r 40 Smith 
Gregg William A. (Muse, Swift & Gregg), and bkkpr Tom- 
mey, Stewart <& Beek, r 85 Puiliam 
Gregory H. A., elk Pullman Car Co., r 157 X. Collins 
Gregory John R., elk Pullman Car Co., r 157 X. Collins 
Gresham S. A. Mrs. r 77 Whitehall 

Gresham Thomas G., watchman W. & A. R. R., r 29 Mechanic 
Grier Aaron G., r 60 N. Forsyth 
Grier Charles, gardener H. I. Kimball 
Grier Isaac (c), carpenter, r 11 Terry 
Grier William (<■), lab, r ns Newton, w of Elliott 
Griffin Charles (c), waiter Kimball House, r rear 13 E. Hunter 
Griffin Early A., lab, r 562 Decatur 
Griffin Frank M., foreman, r 300 Havnes 
Griffin Henry (c), farmer, r rear \vs Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Griffin John, cabinet mkr, r 17 Henry 

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ta daily via KENNESA « ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

GRI 204 GRU 



Griffin John J., R. R. agt, r 169 Rawson 

Griffin John L., saloon, 97 Whitehall 

Griffin Joseph (c), barber Bentley & Minor, r Ivy, ne cor De- 
catur 

Griffin Louisa, wid Charles, bds 222 Mangnni 

Griffin Louise Miss, seamstress, r 30 Chapel 

Griffin Robert J., tax assessor and grocer, 140 Peachtree, r 46 
Church 

Griffith , fruit stand, r 51 W. Hunter 

Griggs Ambrose (c), blacksmith, r 41 Mechanic 

Griggs Henry (c\ peddler, r 132 Elliott 

Griggs Lewis painter, r 94 Greens Ferry av 

Griggs Nancy Miss, bds 36 Spring 

Grimes Anderson (c), lab, r 134 Ira 

Grimes William (c), driver Sciple & Son., r 160 Fillmore 

Grimmett Rose (c) porter, r es Humphries, n of limits 

Grimmett Henry (c), lab, r ws Cooper, s of Glenn 

Grimmett Joseph (c), lab, r es Humphries, n of limits 

Grisham James (c), lab, r 111 Willow 

Grisham Louisa, wid W. S., bds 27 Luckie 

Grisham Robert (c), lab, r 63 Hightower 

Grissett George (c), lab, r rear 175 Haynes 

Grist Almanza J., wid Warren, r 222 Luckie 

Grist Scott, grenl bkkpr Yard Master Dept W. & A. R. R., 
bds 223 Luckie 

Grizzard Alice Mrs., bds Rolling Mill, ss cor E. Harris 

Grizzard James L., elk, bds 34 Rhodes 

Grizzard Thomas J., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., bds 130 
Thompson 

Groce John S., elk, bds Cannon House 

Grogan Frank M., elk Powell, Hall A: Co., r 278 Peachtree 

Grogan John, helper A-L. Rw, r 26 Hilliard 

Groom Elizabeth J. Mrs., nurse Nat. Surg. Inst 

Groves John H., elk E. W. Chapman, r 152 S. Pryor 

Grubb Henry C,clk J. J. & S. P. Richards, r 171 MeDonough 

Grubbs Albert F., fireman \Y. & A. R. R , r 56 Thurmond 

Grubbs Elizabeth \\\, wid James, r 89 Luckie 

Grubbs J. Edward, elk D. P. Eliis & Co., bds 89 Luckie 

Grubbs Thomas J., carpenter, r 4' '6 Marietta 

Grubbs William \Y., carpenter. Cook' & Stewart, r 10 Bush 

Grubbs Wilson L., carpenter C >ok & Stewart, r 41 Jones av 

Grubl>s Winston ('., carpenter, bds 406 Marietta 

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I Me MlUnaei OpeCtaCie LiTw^HE, Sole Agent in Atlanta. 

GRi: 205 GUT 

Grundy J. F., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Guazzi A., fruit dealer, Mitchell, cor Forsyth, r 37 E. Alabama 

Guerin John, butcher H. Linch, beta 108 Decatur 

Guerin John, elk G. R. Dudley, r country 

Guery Albert, portrait painter, 9 Whitehall, r 12 Wheat 

Guess Henry P., wks D. X. Judson, r Stone Mountain 

Guest William, driver L. D. Adams, r county 

Guilford Charles C, music teacher, 52 Whitehall, bds 272 

Whitehall 
GUILFORD GEORGE P., propr Atlanta Music House, 

pianos, organs, etc., 52 Whitehall, bds 75 Washington 
Guilford Hattie Miss, teacher Mrs*. 8. Mall, r 297 Mhitehall 
Guilford William M. Rev., r 207 Whitehall 
Guimarin August H., elk J. M. B. Carlton cv. Son, hds 25 

Hulsey 
Guimarin Thomas J., watehmkr, r 25 Hulsey 
Guimarin Thomas P., elk J. M. B. Carlton & Son. bds 25 

Htiisey 
Guimarin \\ illiam B., plumber and gas fitter, 6 Loyd, r 31 

Grubb 
Gullatt Henry,molder W. & A. R. R., r 50 X. Calhoun 
Gullatt Henry ('.. gas fitter Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, bds 72 

Crew 
GULLATT JAMES E.. agt Atlanta Bra- Foundry, 23 

S. ( alhoun, r 72 Crew. ^See page v ". 
Gullatt William, fireman J. Davis, bds 50 X. Calhoun 
Gunaway William H.. machinist, Winship <V Bro., r59 May- al 
Gunby Clitnon, lawyer, r 640 Decatur • 
Gunby Tempie, wid W. T., r 640 Decatur 
Gnnderson Harriet Mrs., bds 15 Larkin 
Gunn James, carpenter, r 83 McDaniel 
Gunnell Anna, wid J. H., r 11 W. Mitchell 
Gunst Bessie Miss, saleslady, r 14s Decatur 
Gunst Jacob, dk, bds 148 Decatur 
Gunst Mary Mrs., dry goods, 14 v Decatur 
GURLEY JAMES' W., M. D.. propr Southern Surgical 

Institute and mnfr Orthoepidic I nstruments, 67 Whitehall 
Gusse Dominick, tailor J. Lynch r 7 W. Alabama 
Gnthmann Emanuel, elk A. Haas A: Bro.. bds 210 S. Forsyth 
Guthmann Isaac, with A. Baas & Bro., r 210 S. Forsyth 
Gnthmann Louis L., auction and com. 16 Whitehall, rl* 3 S. 

Fry or 

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*v Ol-LiUIvLi KEXiVESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 

GUT 206 HA1 

Guthrie Edward, printer Constitution, r 14 W. Mitchell 
Guthrie Louisa, wid Lawson, bds 55 W. Harris 
Gwin Adolphus, butcher Waters & Wooding, r 135 Marietta 
Gwin D. W. Rev., pastor First Baptist Church, r 104 Ivy 
Gwin Lewis E., elk W. D. Mitchell, bds 300 W. Peters 
Gwynn Robert, roller Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 134 Gray 




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BEWARE OF SOLICITING AGENTS. 

ir>TO- 32 WHITEHALL. 

HAAS AAROX (A. Haas & Bro.), r 206 S. Forsyth 
HAAS A. & BRO. (Aaron and I. G. Haas), mdsa 
brokers, Alabama, nw cor Pryor 
Haas Herman, r 206 S. Forsyth 
Haas Isaac, elk, bds 221 Whitehall 
Haas Isaac G. (A. Haas 6z Bro.), r Savannah, Ga 
Haas Jacob, tobacco, r 221 Whitehall 
Haas Joseph, elk, bd* 221 Whitehall 
Habel George, stonecutter, bds 14 \V. Mitchell 
Hackett Edward, elk M. A. J. Taylor & Co., bds 244 White- 
hall 
Hackett James S., cotton buyer, r 5 Hunnicutt 
Hackett John T., with M. Franklin, r 416 Whitehall 
Hackett Lizzie, wid John, r ss Pine, w of Blackmon 
Hackett William, carpenter, r 24 Ga. R. R 
Hackney Lafayette, fireman W. & A. R. R., r Dalton, Ga 
Hackney William, engineer W. & A. R. R., bds 204 Mangum 
Hagan James, wks Ga. R. R., r 299 Fair 
Hagan John T., mer, 119 Whitehall, r 130 Whitehall 
Hager Christina Mrs., r ns North av, e of Fort 
Hagey James, engineer, bds es W. <V. A. R. R., nr Spring 
Hahn E. F., wks L. H. Hall & Co., bds Air-Line House 
Hahn Ferdinand, elk, bds Berron House 
Haig William, framer, bds 288 Peachtree 
Haig William M., tinner Stewart & Fain, r 288 Peachtree 
H AIM AN ELI AS, propr Sou. Agrl Wks, 374 to 380 Mari- 
etta, r 16 E. Cain. (See front cover.) 

rllAnlV A. DLILCI, 26 W. Alabama. (Kee page '.Pi. 



n^c+lo T3or>lr Pr\ol approved by thousands, always tho cheapest In 
WftbUlu XwCJi UOal, market. J. C. KIMBALL, 64 Aiahama. 

HAI 207 HAL 

Haiman Rosalie L., wid Louis, r 16 E. Cain 

Hairston C. A., train hand W. & A. R. R., r Smyrna, Ga 

Hairston Jefferson M., grocer, 224 Decatur 

Hairston William R., carpenter A-L. Ry., r 18 Warren Place 

Haives James, engineer W. & A. R. R 

Hale Allen (c), lab, r 43 Mays al 

Hale Henry T., elk J. Keely, r 20 W. Garnett 

Hall Charles, machinist J. A. Gifford, r 169 Luckie 

Hall David G., elk, bds 256 Washington 

Hall Eliza, wid William, r 315 Rawson 

Hall Fnink, elk, bds ws Peachtree, 3d n of June W. Peachtree 

Hall George (e), carpenter, r 119 Decatur 

Hall George W. (G. W. Hall & Son), r 162 Luckie 

Hall G. W. & Son (G. W. and J. C. Hall), tobacco brokers, 

239 Marietta 
Hall Hampton (c), carpenter, r Wells, sw cor Humphries 
Hall Harry, wks F. W. Hart, r 25 Cane 
Hall Isaac C. (G. W. Hall & Son.), bds 162 Luckie 
Hall James J., elk W. H. Bell, bds 162 Luckie 
Hall John C, tinner J. W. Hall, bds 288 W. Peters 
Hall John T. (Hall & Morris), and tax assessor, 77 Decatur 
Hall John W., tinner, 288 W. Peters 

Hall Joseph A., tinner W. &. A. R. R., bds 159 Thur- 
mond 
Hall Levi H. (L. H, Hall & Co.), r 258 Washington 
Hall Luther A., lawyer, r 34 Church 
Hall L. H. & Co. ( L. H. Hall and J. A. Morris), coffin mnfr, 

224 Marietta, and 36 Decatur 
Hall Micajah (Powell, Hall & Co.) r 13 Church 
Hall Richard A. (c), Rev., pastor Bethel -A. M. E. Church, 

r 147 Wheat 
Hall Samuel M., bkkpr, bds 258 Washington 
Hall Thomas ()., with J. J. Barnes, r 80 Crew 
Hall Thomas X., provision, 83 Peachtree, r 10 Houston 
Hall William F., elk J. M. Alexander & Co., r 155 X. Cal- 
houn 
Hall & Morris (J. T. Hall and W. C. Morris), real estate agts, 
• 4 S. Pryor 
Hallman John C. (Nunnally, Hallman 6c Co.), r Powers, se 

cor Spring 
Hallman Marcellus B. (Hallman & Candler), r 47 Peachtree 
Hallman Stephen, carpenter, r es Savannah, nr Ga. R. R 

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I to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

HAL 208 HAM 

Hallman & Candler (M. B. Hallman and A. G.Candler), drug- 
gist whol and ret, 47 Peachtree 
Haltiwanger A. J., bkkpr Crane, Boylston & Co. (refused 

INFORMATION.) 

Ham Frank A., deputy elk U. S. Circuit and District Courts, 

r79 McDonough 
Hambric Alfred (c), lab, r 46 W. & A. R. R 
Hambric Isaac, machinist Sou. Agr] Wks, r 31 Bell 
Hambright Hugh, printer Constitution, bds 14 W. Mitchell 
Hamb.y Andrew F., lab, r 161 Luckie 
Hamby James F., fireman Ga. R. R., r51 W. Foundry 
Hamby William J., lab, r 89 Moore 
Hames Moses (c), lab, r 264 Jones 
Hamilton Alexander (c), carpenter, r 163 X. Butler 
Hamilton Amanda Miss, seamstress, bds 304 Luckie 
HamiltoD Benjamin (c), carpenter, r rear 138 S. Forsyth 
Hamilton Fannie, wid E. R., r 8 W. Hunter 
Hamilton Frances Miss, seamstress, bds 304 Luckie 
Hamilton Isaac S. Rev. (e), pastor Shiloh A. M. F. church, r 

60 W. & A. R. R 
Hamilton Jane E., seamstress, r 304 Luckie 
Hamilton John J., saloon, 52 Decatur, r 74 Decatur 
Hamilton Liday E., grocer, 142 Elliott 
Hamilton William (J. S. Oliver & Co.), bds \vs Peachtree, 4th 

n of junc W. Peachtree 
Hamlin Joseph, helper W. & A. R. R 
Hammett Asbury A., route agt U. S. Ry., M. S., r 92 N. 

Fort 
HAMMOCK CICERO C, real estate agt, 10 E. Alabama, r 

68 E. Peters 
Hammond Anderson (c), waiter J. E. Thompson 
Hammond Dennis F. (D. F. & W. R. Hammond;, r ws Peeples, 

s of Gordon, W. E 
HAMMOND D. F. & W. R. (D. F., W. R. and E. M. Ham- 
mond), lawyers, 23 Whitehall 
Hammond Edward M. (D. F. & W. R. Hammond), r ws 

Peeples, s of Gordon, W. E 
Hammond George (c), driver r n of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Hammond Henry (c), lab, r n of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Hammond James \V., machinist, r 64 Formwalt 
Hammond Jesse (c), butcher Tolbert & Bro., r Spring, nr Pine 
Hammond Joel F.. physician, 26 Whitehall, r 158 Decatur 

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OllllUriolllllL O Olillllo gancc and Comfort. 



FOR <"?ood Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelrvor Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call al 47 Whitehall Street. ER. LAWSH& 

HAM 209 HAN 

Hammond Mary Miss, r 331 Marietta 

Hammond Mary, wid A. W., r 226 Washington 

Hammond Milton (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Hammond Nancy, wid Samuel, bds 2 Means 

HAMMOND NATHANIEL J., lawyer, 54 Whitehall, r 

158 Peach tree 
Hammond Robert (c), brickmason, r es Terry, s of Crumley 
Hammond Stephen (c), lab, r 78 Humphries 
Hammond Theodore A., elk Mark ham House 
Hammond Theodore A. Jr., elk, bds 158 Pcachtree 
Hammond William (c), lab, r 60 Ripley 
Hammond William C., local mail agt U. S. Rv. M. S., bds 85 

E. Mitchell 
Hammond William R. (D. F. & W. R. Hammond,) r 283 S. 

Pryor 
Hampton George (c), lab, r 153 Luckie 
Hawby Frank (c), wks W. & A. R. R 

Hancock Charner .J., foreman WinshipA Bro., r 148 Haynes 
Hancock Frank G. (Burke & Hancock), r 67 X. Pryor 
Hancock George H., editor, 'bds Air-Line House 
Hancock James A., engineer, r 46 Davis 
Hancock Margaret, wid James, bds 127 E. Harris 
Hancock Robert A., elk J. S. Raine, bds 75 N. Pryor 
Hancock William, elk, bds 36 Davis 

Hancock William A., molder, Winship& Bro., bds 148 Haynes 
Hancock William H., fire ins adjuster, 41 S. Broad, r 75 X. 

Pryor 
Hand E. F., wks L. H. Hall & Co., bds Air-Line House 
Haney George W.. wks W. & A. R. R., r 19 Magazine 
Hanev Henry P., blacksmith W. & A. R. R., r ss Newton, w 

of Elliott 
Haney Thomas W., molder W. & A. R. R., r 162 W. Hunter 
Hankerson Isaiah A. (c), sawyer L. H. Hall & Co., r 204 X. 

Fort 
Hankerson Joseph (c), carpenter Longlev & Robinson, r 214 

X. Fort 
Hanleian Harry, elk Eiseman Bros 

Hanleiter Cornelius R., printer, r ss Richardson, w of Form- 
wait 
Hanleiter George S., pressman Sunny South, bds ss Richard- 
son, w of Formwalt 
Hanley Joseph, blacksmith, r 20 W. Foundry 

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A USX £ XlDiVJll J. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

HAN 210 HAR 

Hanna B. H. Miss, teacher Walker St. School, r 25 W. Hunter 

Hannaforcl Charles H., barkpr, r ss Brick, w of Peters 

Hannon Lucy L., wid Warren, bds 111 E. Simpson 

Hannon William H., com mer, 11 S. Broad, r 63 MeDonough 

Hansford Lena Miss, bds 30 W. Mitchell 

Hansford Mary, Mrs., r 30 W. Mitchell 

Hanson Annie Mrs., bds 302 Peachtree 

Hanvey George M., elk D. Pittman, r 190 X. Calhoun 

Hanvey George M., Jr., elk J. D. Collins, bds 190 N. Calhoun 

Hanvey L. P., physician, r Hunter, cor C. R. R 

Hanye Elizabeth, wid George, r 236 E. Hunter 

Havne William E., councilman Third Ward, and transfer elk 

" A. & W. Pt, R. R., r 236 E. [Hunter 
Hape Samuel (Beermann & Hape), and dental depot, 46 White- 
hall, r 45 Forrest av 
Haralson Frank L., state librarian, State House, bds 40 X. 

Forsyth 
Haralson William, elk State Librarian 
Harby Isaac R., manager R. G. Dun & Co., Alabama, nr 

Pryor, r 272 Peachtree 
Hardaway Alfred (c), lab, r ws State, n of Wallace 
Hardaway William (c), porter Bray & Echols, r 238 Rich- 
ardson 
Hardaway York (c), lab, r 238 Richardson 
Hardeman Robert U., elk Comptroller General, r country 
Hardeman Thomas, Jr, pres Ga. State Agrl Soc, r Macon, 

Ga 
Hardeman WiWiam (c), lab, r es Randolph nr Irwin 
Harden Clemintina, wid George, r 25 Cone 
Hardin Sophronia Miss, folder Jas. P. Harrison & Co.. r 25 

Cone 
Harders C. William (Behrens, Meinke & Harders), bds 199 

S. Pryor 
Hardin Edinburgh (c), engineer Jack & Holland 
Hardin George (c), candy mkr F. E. Block, r 9 Porter's al 
Hardin James L., carpenter A-L. Ry., r Moore, cor Glynn 
Hardin Lewis (e), wks Longlev & Robinson, r rear 24, N. 

Butler 
Hardin Robert (c), porter, r 70 Formwalt 
Hardin William (c), candy mkr F. E. Block 
Harding Benjamin (c), lab. r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Harding Job (c), lab, r nr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

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HARDING JOSEPH E., manager Southern Copying Co., 

9 Marietta, r 195 Whitehall. (Sec index to adv.') 
Hardwick John W., gardener, r 129 Glenn 
Har.lv Adam (c), lab, r 192 Fraser 
Hardy Hampton (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Hardy James, wks Sou. Agrl Wks., bds Love, se cor Fraser 
Hardy Richard (c), lab, r 156 Gray 

Hardy Robert A., brakeman W. & A. R. R., r 118 Spencer 
Hardy Spencer (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 63 Chatta- 
hoochee 
Hariris Richard R., conductor W.& A. R. R., r Cass Sta. Ga. 
Hargrave T. Burton, fireman W.& A. R. R., r 27 Foundry 
Hargross Richard (c), lab, r 38 Richmond 
Harkins John, lab, r 1 10 W. Harris 
Harkins John, with Moore, Marsh A: Co., r 51 W. Cain 
Harman Apsilla A., wid Z. E., bds 54 E. Ellis 
Harman Charles E., librarian Y. M. L. A., r 54 E. Kllis 
Harman Josephus B., carpenter, bds ss Ezzard, nr Ella 
Harman Richard (c), lab, r rear 18 Ga. R. R 
Harmond John H., cabinetmkr J. H. Gavan 
Harmsen Carl, bkkpr J. Ormond, r 99 Manguni 
Harmsen Carl 2d, helper Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 
Harp James (c), porter L. Mihalovitch, r 78 S. Broad 
Harper Aaron (c), watchman Kimball House 
Harper Barnard (c), waiter Markham House 
Harper Benjamin (c), lab, r 21 Holland 
Harper Charles (c), driver Akers & Bros., r 182 E. Ellis 
Harper Frederick, fireman A. & W. Ft. R. R 
Harper Howard (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 57 Fairlie 
Harper James (e), lab, r X. Calhoun, se cor Currier 
Harper James J., potter, r rear 233 W. Fair 
Harper Jesse (c), wks Ga. R. R., r 158 Fraser 
Harper Joseph (c), hostler, St. R. R., r Walnut ne cor Foundry 
Harper Joshua B., miller, bds 48 Formwalt 
Harper Mary, wid John, r ws Gate City, s of Glenn 
Harper Peyton (c), lab, r 33 Reed 
Harper Philip O., elk F. Corput, bds 21 Orme 
Harper Thomas J., fancy goods, 7 Peachtree, r 48 Formwalt 
Harralson Henry L. (M. Harralson & Co.), bds 49 W. Peters 
Harralson Madison (M. Harralson & Co.), r 49 W. Peters 
Harralson M. & Co. (M., P. H. and H. L. Harralson), cigars 
and tobacco whol and ret, 2 Decatur 

1^tr*5i) H/T ' Jlk C*- "W 1 T?' is thoroughly equipped, and FIRST" 
A, kk%-? i"ie fit, V=/» AK® J^ff CI. ASS in every respect. 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta dally for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

HAR 212 HAR 

Harralson Philip H. (M. Harralson & Co.), bds Cannon House 

Harrington Alfred (c), porter McBride & Co., r 15 Reed 

Harrington M. A., wid L. C, rss Irwin, wot Lee, W. E 

Harrington S., fireman W. & A. R. R., r Chattanooga, Tenn 

Harrington "William (c), lab, r 73 Humphries 

Harris Abram (c), lab, r rear 83 E. Alabama 

Harris Alfred (c), wks H Lewis 

Harris Amos (c), brickmason, r 114 Markham 

Harris Asa L., editor and propr Atlanta Independent, 8 h Ma- 
rietta, r 75 v Plum 

Harris Ava Miss, laundry, 12 Loyd 

Harris Ben (c), porter Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 36 Solomon 

Harris Berne, teacher, r es Savannah, s of Ga. R. R 

Harris Brown (c), lab, r ss Thurmond, w of Elliott 

Harris Charles (c), lab, r 640 Decatur 

Harris Charles (c), lab, r rear 131 E. Baker 

Harris Charles H., bkkpr A. T. Cunningham, r Alabama, nw 
cor Forsyth 

Harris Chester (c), driver Merchant & Mosley, r rear 45 W, 
Harris 

Harris Christopher (c), lab, r rear 169 Jones 

Harris Clement, with L. H. Clarke, r 325 Peachtree 

Harris Edward (c), lab, r 68 King 

Harris Eliza, wid H. D., bds 22 Stonewall 

Harris Felix (c), drayman J. R. Wylie 

Harris George (c), lab, r ns Pine, w of Blackmon 

Harris George P., supt Atlanta Cotton Factory, r 83 Marietta 

Harris Harrison (c), lab, r 175 X. Fort 

Harris Henry (c), grocer, 158 E. Harris, r 17 Biggers 

Harris Henry (c), wks Longley & Robinson, r rear 24 S, 
Butler 

Harris Henry, (c), lab, r rear ss Ezzard, nr Cornelia 

Harris Henry, lab, bds 92| S. Broad 

Harris Henry (c), wks A-L. Ry 

Harris Henry S., butcher, 194 Decatur, r 250 Decatur 

Harris Hilliard J., carpenter, r 31 W. Garnett 

Harris Hiram D., oil delivery, bds 268 Jones 

Harris Horatio (c), carpenter, r 115 Stonewall 

Harris H. N., tinner W. & A. R. R 

Harris James (c), lab/r 155 Fillmore 

Harris James D., fireman W. & A. R. R., bds 268 Marietta 

Harris James O., city tax collector, Court House, r 325 Peach- 
tree 

are made for anybody 
and fit nobody. 



'OR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Flsr- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER LAWSHE. 

HAR 213 IIAR 



HARRIS JOEL C , editor ( institution, r 201 Whitehall 

Karris John B., cabinetmkr Ives cv. Thomas, r country 

Harris John 15., feeder Elsas, May & Co., bds 1 Magazine* 

Han-is John L. (c), waiter Ballard & Allen, r 110 E. Ellis 

Harris Joseph (c), lab, r es Randolph, n of E. Harris 

Harris Joseph (c), lab, r 244 Richardson . 

Harris Joseph M., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, rtfl2 Marietta 

Hani- J. X., trav. agt., bds <>7 X. Pryor 

Harris J. Walter, saloon, 13 Peachtree 

Harris Kit (c), hostler O. H. Jones 

Harris Maggie Miss, folder J. P. Harrison & Co 

Harris Maria M., wid G. W., bds 177 X. Collins 

Harris Martha, wid T., r 130 Eraser 

Harris Mary, wid W. C, r 1 Magazine 

Harris Nathan O., elk, r 325 Peachtree 

Harris Pettis (c), carpenter, r 41 Parsons 

Harris Phillip (c), drayman, r 31 Richmond 

Harris Robert B. (Sanders & Harris), r 31 W. Garnett 

Harris Samuel (c), porter Peers & Brown, r 69 X. Fort 

Harris Samuel (c), lab, r 192 E. Harris 

Harris Solomon (c), painter, r 194 Richardson 

Harris Squire (c), lab, r 23 Venable 

Harris Stapleton L., grocer, 140 Marietta, r 106 W r . Baker 

Harris Thomas (c), driver A. Murphy, r 96 Fair 

Harris Thomas (c), lab, r 175 E. Cain 

Harris Titus (c), lunch room 152 Marietta, r 51 Parson 

Harris Walter, elk A. S. Lenfestey 

Harris Walter H., carpenter, r 64 Mangum 

Harris Walton P., elk S. L. Harris, bds 106 W. Baker 

Harris Wiley, printer Constitution, r 1 Magazine 

Harris William (c), porter G. Schultz, r rear 72 X. Calhoun 

Harris William B., butcher, 92 Peachtree, r 13 Foster 

Harris William T., machinist E. Van Winkle, r 26 Savannah 

Harrison Edgar G., elk, bds 218 W T . Peters 

Harrison E. J. Mrs., bds 15 E. Cain 

Harrison George W r . (Harrison & Bro.), r DeKalb Co 

HARRISON GEORGE W., treas J. P. Harrison & Co., 

r Walton, sw cor Fairlie 
Harrison Henry (e). wks Union Depot, r 147 W. Fair 
Harrison James B., elk J. T. Hawaii, bds 291 Jones 
HARRISON JAMES P. (J. P. Harrison & Co.), r Deca- 
tur, Ga 

r^C> "1% /W-9 1 £kO Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. than by 
M O J. m/UL -L JL Vl? K9 any other route to ail points WeBt. 



'HROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only AH Rail Line to Texas. 

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HARRISON JAMES P. & CO., D. E. Butler, pres; Jas. 

P. Harrison, sec; G. W. Harrison, treas; J! S. Prather, 

bus. manager; proprs Franklin Steam Printing House, 27 

& 29 8. Broad. (See opp. p.) 
Harrison John T., with J. P. Harrison & Co., bds Wilson 

House 
Harrison Land rum M. (Harrison & Bro.), r DeKalb Co 
Harrison Marcus P., elk bds 218 W. Peters 
Harrison Paschal (c), lab, r 147 Markham 

Harrison Rebecca, wid Richard, bds W. & A. R. R., nr Spring 
Harrison Sallie Mad., r 10 Thompson 
Harrison Til man C, r ws Werner av, s of Jones 
Harrison William, elk, bds 40 N. Forsyth 
Harrison William (o), hostler, r 102 Decatur 
Harrison William H. (e), lab, r 166 E. Harris 
Harrison Zadok D. (Z. D. Harrison & A. S. Clayton), and 

elk Supreme Court, State House, r Decatur, Ga 
HARRISON Z. D. & A, S. CLAYTON, lawyers, 33 State 

House 
Harrison & Bro. (L. M. and G. W. Harrison), wood and coal, 

31 Decatur 
Harry Nathaniel C, painter, r 90 McDonough 
Hart Andrew, boilermkr W. & A. R. R 
Hart Crawford, grocer, r 32 Larkin 
Hart Edward S., tinner, bds 390 Whitehall 
HART FREDERICK W., whol and ret doors, sash, blinds, 

molding, glass, building hardware, etc., 30 S. Broad 
Hart Frederick W. Jr., with F. W. Hart 
Hart Isaac (c), carpenter, r 64 Richmond 
Hart Russell W., tinner, 9 E. Hunter, r 390 Whitehall 
Hart Susan E., wid Joseph, r 252 Crew 
Hart William H., with F. W. Hart 
Hartman Barbara Mrs., confectioner, 26 W. Mitchell 
Hartman Martin, driver Atlanta City Brewery, r 26 W. 

Mitchell 
Hartsfield Charles G., tinner Stewart & Fain, bds Collier 

Houx' 
Hartsfield Daniel (c), cook Kimball House 
Hartsfield John W. (<•), carpenter, r 95 E. Cain 
Harvard Frank (c), wks W. & A. R. R 
Harvev Arthur, printer Hitchcock & Walden, r W. E 
Harvey Frank (c), butcher J. C. Smith 

CllGctpBSt UndGrtStkiHg 1 F. X. BLILEY, 26 W.Alabama. (Seep. 96.) 



Castls Rock Coal, the 



J. v. KlMBALli, 54 Alabama and 72 Marietta. 



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Harvey II. N., teacher, res Lee, sol* Gordon, \V. E 
Harvill Andrew . I., printer Sunny South, r 7!) [fuckie 
Harvill Thomas J., elk Harvill A' Martin, r county 
Harvill William II. (Harvill & Martin), r 10 Pratt 
Harvill & Martin (W. H. Harvill and M. C. Martin), drug- 
gists, 188 Decatur 
Harwell John H., elk C. If. Strong, r 74 Walker 
Harwell John M., elk J. Ben Wilson & Co., r 42 W. Peters 
Harwell Levi II., (4k, r 29 Mechanic 
Harwell William D., elk C. J. Kicklighter, r 33 Mechanic 
HASKELL WALLACE W., genl insagt, represents PHE- 
NIX INS CO. of N. Y ; WESTCHESTER INS CO. of 
X. Y ; WILLIAMSBURG CITY INS CO. of N. 
Y^ ; MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS INS CO. of 
Richmond, Ya ; 29 Whitehall, r 144 Whitehall 
Haskins Frank S., elk W. H. Brotherton, r 8 W. Mitchell 
Haskins John R., elk A. Clark, r 7 McDaniel 
Haslett Samuel D., (Haslett & Johnston), and tax assessor, r 

58 Walker 
Haslett & Johnston (S. D. Haslett and J. M. Johnston), gro- 

cers, 1 70 W. Peters 
Hastings James T., watchman Ga. R. R., r 48 S. Butler 
Hatch Charles G., painter, r 43 Parker 
Hatcher M. B. glazier Longley & Robinson 
Hatcher Margaret, wid Edmund, r 216 Elliott 
Hatehett Augustus (c), grocer, 195 W. Peters, r rear 185 

W. Peters 
Hatfield George W. (c), wks Pellegrini & Castleberrv, r 281 

W. Mitchell 
Hatfield Nancy, wid Samuel, r ss 2d, e of Fort 
Hathaway H. Cornelia, wid H. B., r 72 E. Peters 
Hathcoek Sophronia, wid Middleton, r 59 Luckie 
Hatten George (e), fireman A-L. Ry 
Haverty Augustus (e), lab, r 109 W. Peters 
Haverty James J., elk J. Ryan, bds 40 Castleberry 
Haverty Michael, r 27 Castleberry 

Haverty Stephen, watchman J. Ryan, bds 40 Castleberry 
Haverty Thomas, gardener, bds 40 Castleberry 
Haw r es James H, engineer, r 40 W. Harris 
Hawes Rebecca E., wid Richard, r 7 Magazine 
Haw T es Richard, fireman W. & A. R. R., bds 7 Magazine 
Hawkins Bartow, lab, bds 431 Marietta 

Ol OTUIWf IN LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS, at 
V/L.W 9 rlllllVjl COHEN & SELICS, 23 Whitehall. 



TlA"n "P"D T?Tri TTT 1 Hates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
lUIl X Xi£j-LvJH 1. Anderson, General Freight Agent.. 

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Hawkins Charles, elk, bds 72 Marietta 

Hawkins Fletcher, lab, bds 431 Marietta 

Hawkins Frank (c), wks L. H. Hall & Co., bds 20 Seofield 

Hawkins George W., carpenter, r 48 Williams 

Hawkins Henry (c), lab, r rear 316 Decatur 

Hawkins J. T. Rev., r 81 Cox 

Hawkins Peter (c), wks L. H. Hall & Co., r 20 Seofield 

Hawkins William (c*), shoemkr A. Freeman, r 296 Washington 

Hawks William N. fire ins. adjuster 7 J Whitehall, r 25& 

Washington 
Hay den Anna J., wid Patrick, r 193 S. Pryor 
Hayden Camilla, wid Frank, r 6 Bailey 
Hayden Polly, wid William, r 180 N. Fort 
Hayes Alexander C, carpenter 6 W. Mitchell, r 21 Bailey 
Hayes Benjamin (c), cook Kimball House, r 309 W. Mitchell 
Hayes Benjamin (c), brickmason, r 12 Thurmond 
Hayes John (c), porter M. W. Johnson & Co., r 40 W. Alabama 
Hayes John A., fireman W. & A. R. R 
Hayes Nathan (c), lab, r 13 S. Moore 

Haygood F. M. Rev., trav agt Christian Index, 27 S. Broad 
Haygoodj Laura A. Miss, teacher Girls' High School, bds 45 

McDonough r 

Haygood Martha, wid G. B., bds 45 McDonough 
Haygood William A., with Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 45 

McDonough 
Haynes Anna, wid Reuben, r 154 W. Mitchell 
Haynes Charles (c), lab, r 197 W. Hunter 
Haynes David (c), brickmason, r 145 W. Fair 
Haynes George W., blacksmith W. & A. R. R., r 19 Magazine- 
Haynes James W., carpenter M. Lipes, r 55 Mays al 
Haynes Julia A., wid R. P., r 154 W. Mitchell 
Haynes Richard O., policeman, bds 154 W. Mitchell 
Havnes St. School, M. A. Mercer, prin; 98 Haynes 
Haynes Whitfield, bds 154 W. Mitchell 
Haynes William A., watchmkr 10 Marietta, r 128 Mangum 

Haynes , elk, bds 61 W. Mitchell 

Haynie William L., carpenter* Longley & Robinson, r 83 N. 

Collins 
Hays Richard D., tailor J. G. Jones, r 220 Elliott 
Hay ward Samuel (c), waiter Mark ham House 
Hayward William (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Haywood Alice A., wid Silas, r 15 Mechanic 

IB t^$SI!!^&Q'S^^IH!S!S&^5 Makes Undershirts and 

■hsm*™^"® i^"?'eEeHieEi« , *»-d wBP , «M«)eB , «'=s Drawers* 



The Arundel Spectacle ! 



SpfCiialty, and the best in use. ER 
LAW^IIK, Sole Agent in Atlanta. 



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Haywood Stephen (<•), waiter National Hotel, r 164 E. Ellis 

Head F. D., elk, bds 138 McDondugh 

Head John F.. C®1., medical director Depl of South, 30 E. 

Wall, bds 38 MeDonough, cor Clarke 
Headquarters Department of the South, Brig. Gen. Thomas H. 

Ruger U. S. A., commanding; 30 E. Wall 
HEALD T. W., eoal dealer 196 Marietta, r 72 Marietta 
Healey Building, Marietta, nw cor Peachtree 
Healey Thomas G., pres Atlanta Gas Lt. Co., and sunt U. S. 

Court House, r 77 Ivy 
Healey William T,, messenger Bank State of Ga., bds 77 Ivy 
Heard Edward (c), lab, r ss Heniw, w of Elliott 
Heard Jefferson, mess A-L. Ry., bds 229 S. Pryor 
Heard Lneas (c), lab, r 16 Mays al 
Heard Patrick (e), janitor, r ss Markham, e ofTatnall 
HEARD, see also HURD 
Hearn Priscilla P., wid Thomas, r 55 Tatnall 
Heath David H., elk Jones & Co., r 100 E. Ellis 
Heath Eliza A. Miss, teacher Crew St School, r 51 McDouough 
Heath Isabella C. Mrs., dressmkr, 100 E. Ellis 
Heath William R., lab, bds 26 Howell 
Heoht Samuel, with M. & J. Hirsch, bds Wilson House 
HEGHT SIMON, agt, cigars, etc., 20 Marietta, r 21 E. Ala- 
bama 
Hedgewood Henry (c), bricklayer, r 180 Decatur 
Heinz Charles (Heinz & Berkele), r 213 Whitehall 
Heinz Charles Jr., gunsmith Heinz & Berkele, bds 213 W. 

Mitchell 
HEINZ & BERKELE (C. Heinz and John Berkele), guu 

and locksmiths, 15 Whitehall 
HEINZ, see also HINES, and HYNDS 
Hellings J. P., engineer A-L. Ry 
Helmer Cnarles G., bkkpr J. J. Barnes, r 68 Crew 
Hemphill Robert A., grocer, 102 Peachtree, r 482 Peaahtree 
HEMPHiLL WILLIAM A., bus manager Constitution, r 

53 E. Fair 
Henderson Alexander (c), lab, r ns Baugh, w of Lee 
Henderson Cary W., cashier Merchants Bank of Athnta, bds 91 

Marietta 
Henderson Isaac (c), lab, r 191 Markham 
Henderson Jane, wid Samuel, bds 216 Elliott 
Henderson John, elk II. A. Agricola, r 65 Cone 

mine *%/[; Ji+, r\ %»■ T> Is thoroughly equipped, and FIRST* 

4i, JLJU C' ili® QL W® *«e IVt CI*ASS in every respeu. 



FOR INFORMATION as to Passage, Kates, Time Cards, etc., to North,. 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Git. 

HEN 218 HER 

Henderson John (c), fruit, 34 Decatur, r 106 Windsor 
Henderson Lewis (c), driver, r 189 Martin 
Henderson Lewis (c), lab, r ns Cox, e of N. Calhoun 
Henderson Ludolphus B., dentist 55 Whitehall, r es Lee, s of 

Gordon, W. E 
Henderson Morgan (c), lab, r ns Cox, e of N. Collins 
Henderson Scott (c), lab, r ns Merritt's av, e of Fort 
Henderson Walter C., printer Constitution, r 86 Terry 
Hendree John, physician 3 E. Alabama, r 76 Marietta 
Hendricks Ashbury (c), lab, r 71 Gullatt 
Hendricks Augustus L., brakeman W. & A. R. R., bds 46 E. 

Simpson 
Hendricks David G., wks Winship & Bro., bds 23 Hull 
Hendricks Eliza, wid Lemuel, r 275 Crumley 
Hendricks H. Victorius, fireman W. &A. R'. R., r 207 Luckie 
Hendricks James M., plasterer, rss Crumley, w of McDonough 
Hendricks John C, dep. I T . S. rev. collector, r 46 E. Simpson 
Hendricks Martha, wid A. G., r 23 Hull 
Hendricks Oliver, blacksmith, bds 23 Hull 
Hendricks Phillip (c), lab, r 42 Mechanic 
Hendricks Samuel B., mer, r 275 Crumley 
Hendry Jane, wid William, bds 50 Walker 
Hennies Charles, elk F. Bell & Co 
Henry Charles (c), lab, r 273 W. Mitchell 
Henry Jacob (c), wks L. Leiberman, r county 
Henry Madison (c), wks AV. S. Bell 
Henry Thomas (c). porter H. Franklin 
Hensler William L., prof of music, 19 S. Broad 
Henson Augustus L., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Henson F. E., agt, plumber and gas fitter, 17 Loyd, r 108 

Rawson 
Henson G. Taylor, roller Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 11 Corput 
Henson Lafayette, puddler, bds 11 Corput 
Henson Solomon C, hostler, r 323 E. Fair 
Henson William E. (c), lab, r Cravens al, bet Fraser and Butler 
HENTSCHEL G-, saloon, 71 E. Alabama 
Herbert Sydney, correspondent Savannah News, r 2} Marietta 
Herd Henry (c), porter Langston & Crane, r 10 Valentine 
Herd Henry Jr. (c), r 10 Valentine 
Herd Oliver (c), wks W. S. Withers 

Herndon Benjamin J., fireman W. & A. R. R., r 123 Magazine 
Herndon E. A., traiuhand W. & A. R. R 

-CD~T "TT TT^'\7~ Groaa.ex-^1 XTxica.e>x-t«.ls.©r-, 

r* III I i n i _X_ 3 aj w. A.lubama. (See pays 96.) 



THF RP^T PO A K ^ M.w.M ,,nr,s. ai. J. c. KIMBALL'S, 
I ML DLoI UUnLJ 54 Alabama and 72 Marietta. 

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Herndou E. F., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Herndon George W., brakeman, r 283 E. Hunter 

Herndon Joseph, carpenter, r 61 Rock 

Herndon William G., r 19 N. Pryor 

HERRICK JEFFERSON, manager W. U. Tel. Co., 6 E. 
Wall, r Edge wood 

Herri n Edward D., elk S. M. in man & Co., r 55 Mitchell 

Herring Godfrey (c), farmer, r 17 W. Hunter 

Herron Charles, conductor, bds 66 Ga. R. R 

Herron Clinton P., elk, r 134 Gullatt 

Herstein N. H., machinist W. & A. R. R 

HERTER HERMAN, International Saloon, 16 Whitehall, 
r 52 VV. Hunter 

Herter Louis, barkpr H. Herter, r 27 E. Alabama 

Hertz E. i\. Mrs, boarding, r 89 E. Mitchell 

Herzog Philip (Furchgott, Benedict & Co.), r New York 

Hester Burton D. (c), porter, r 23 Sol mon 

Hesterly Mary, wid John, r es S. Pryor, s of Crumley 

Hestes James W., conductor, r 1 Connally 

Hetzel Charles, elk, bds 128 Marietta 

Hetzel Henrietta Mrs. r 218 Marietta 

Hetzel Henry, elk P. H. Meehan, bds 218 Marietta 

Hetzel Lizzie, hair goods, 37 Whitehall, r 2 18 Marietta 

Hetzel William F., machinist Winship & Bro., bds 218 Ma- 
rietta 

Hewin Ida Mrs., r319 Rawson 

Hewin P. N. (Hewin & Connally), r 60 Decatur 

Hewin & Connally (P. N. Hewin and M. D. Connally), gro- 
cers 60 Decatur 4 

Hewitt Eugene W., with W. Jennings A: Co., bds 57 Marietta 

Heyward Walter I. (McConnell & Hey ward), bds 124 S. 
Pryor 

Hilberts Cornelius, lab, bds 162 Elliott 

Hibernian Benevolent Society, John H. Flynn, pres; Thos. 
Nunan, sec; meets Good Templers Hall 

Hickey Arthur, with J. Keelv, bds Markham House 

Hicke'v J. C, fireman C. R. K., bds39| Whitehall 

HICKMAN J. J. DR., r58 Washington 

Hicks Berry (c), porter P. & G. T. Dodd & Co 

Hicks Charles B., conductor, bds 119 Ga. R. R 

Hicks David (c), lab. f 86 -Mays al 

Hicks Edward (c), carpenter, r 299 Randolph 

Fashionable Clothiers, cohe ^h??1BM?- 



'HE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGJB, via Atlanta. 

HIC 220 HIL 



Hicks Florence Miss, domestic National Hotel, r 75 White- 
hall 
Hieks George W., packer Eddleman & Brown, r 206 .E. Eair 
Hicks Mary A., wid Robert, bds 206 E. Fair 
Hicks Nathaniel, brakeman, bds 119 Ga. R. R 
Hicks Philip (c), cook, r es Humphries, n of limits 
Higyins James, fireman Ga. R. R 
Higgins James L., engineer W. & A. R. R 
Higgins Mait'ia, wid William, r Moore, ne cor Ga. R. R 
Higgins Thomas Y (Stewart & Higgins), r 20 Haynes 
Hightower Harry, elk Nunnally, Hall man & Co 
Hightower James D., with E. Bates cv. Co., r 73 E. Ellis 
Hightower John, carpenter Son. Agrl Wks 
Hightower Michael (c), lab, r rear 119 Ivy 
Hightower Spencer, saloon, 316 Decatur, r 33 Fort 
Hightor Thomas J. (Nunnally, Ha II man & Co.), r Smyrna, Ga 
Hightower William (c), lab, r es Smith, s of Crumley 
Hilburn Francis A., elk, r 44 Walker 
Hildebrand John W., driver St. R. R Co.. r 27 Jenkins 
Hill Albert (c), barber National Hotel, r 119 Luckie 
Hill Andrew (c), drayman, r 372 Crumley 
Hill Andrew (e). lab, r rear 52 McDonough 
Hill Ashbrook (<•), waiter D. P. Hill 

Hill Benjamin (c), carpenter, r Hilliard, se cor E. Harris 
Hill Benjamin H. Hon. (B. H. Hill cv Son.), and U.A sena- 
tor, r 182 Peachtree 
Hill Benjamin H. Jr. (B. IT. Hill & Son.), and solicitor gen- 
eral Superior Court, r ws Peachtree 2d, n of junc W. 
Peachtree 
Hill B. H. & Son (B. H. and B. H. Hill, Jr.), lawyers, 10 and 

12 Kimball House 
Hill Caroline Mrs., bds 72 Marietta 
Hill Charles (c), lab, r rear 20 Hilliard 
Hill Daniel P. (D. P. Hill & Son.), r 147 Marietta 
HillD. P. & Son.(D. P. and R. P. Hill), lawyers, 2| Marietta 
Hill Edmund (c), lab, res Randolph, n of E. Harris 
Hill Edward (c), lab, r 38 James 
Hill Elizabeth, wid Thomas, r 135 W. Baker 
Hill Frank, elk L. Leibnvm, bds \Y. & A. R. R., nr Spring 
Hill Frank (c), porter H. Wolfe, r 116 Decatur 
Hill Fredrick W., bds 72 Marietta 
Hill Freeman (c), wks J. Wesley, r ws Walker, s of Fair 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS Are made to ° rder by 



MEASURE. 



T^TATCT T^TTFD — ' 1S30 - ) ^ r Lawstie's Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 



Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 



HIL 221 HIL 



Hill F. M., engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R 

Hill George (c), coachman J. R. Gramling, r rear 29 Power- 
Hill George (c), lab, r 27 Robbins 
Hill Henrv. janitor, r wa Connally, nr Richardson 
Hill Jack A., trav agt, IkIs 168 S. Pryor 
Hill James H., wks Er Lawahe, r 135 W. Baker 
Hill John, tinner J. W. Hall 
Hill John A., carpenter, r 37 E. Alabama 
Hill John Mae (c), barber K. Watts, r Ivy, ne cor Decatur 
Hill John M. (John M. Hill & Co.), r 157 Ivy 
HILL JOHN M. & CO. (John M. Hill and S. Prioleau), whol 

liquors and cigars, 16 Decatur 
Hill John R., bailiff, bds 158 Decatur 
Hill John R., tinner R. P. Zimmerman, r \V. &. A. R. R., nr 

Spring 
Hill Johnson (c), barber Bentley & Minor, r 75 Houston 
Hill Joseph, carpenter, r 27 Cone 
Hill Judge (c), wks W. K. Rooth, r 61 Havnes 
Hill Keren, wid D. L., bds 65 W. Mitchell 
Hill Lucinda, wid Thomas, r 23 Wheat 
Hill Lodewick J., cashier Atlanta Savings Bank of Ga., bds 43 

Walton 
Hill Moses (c), carpenter, r 39 Parsons 
Hill Nancy, wid James, bds 138 Walton 
Hill Nathan S., U. S. storekpr, r 578 Decatur 
Hill Osborne C. elk W. & A. R. R.,bds 147 Marietta 
Hill Raphael (c), lab, r ws Randolph, nr Wheat 
Hill Richard (c), lab. r 38 James 

Hill Rohm P. (D. P. Hill & Son i. bds 147 Marietta 
Hill Samuel H.. salesman, r 277 E. Hunter 
Hill Scott (c), waiter, r rear 206 E. Cain 
Hill William (c), barber, r 56 Ripley 
Hill William fc), lab. r rear 24 N. Butler 
Hill William lb. brakeman W. & A. R. R., r 194 Mangum 
Hill William H. (c , wks Peter Eskridge, r 63 M.-Donough 
Hill William R. i Cox. Hill & Thompson), r 215 N. Collins 
Hill Wilson (c), wagonmkr J. Mann, r 135 Markham 
Hill Woodson (c), wheelwright, r 137 Markham 
Hilliard Louis, finisher Eddleman & Brown, bds 57 Marietta 
Hills Edwin S.. V. S. Ry. P. O. elk, bds 99 Washington 
Hills Lu.-ius P., route agt U. S. Ry. M. S., bds 99 Waeh- 

ingtgton v 

Bnying Tickets West' 

learn tue aavauUtres offered uy llie 0.. &. C. K. K. 



P VPTTT3 dTfiTT TTPTTTI'n^C! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
I-l^iO U JtWiUiN llUHijlO Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

HIL 222 HIT 



Hillyer Fannie Miss, teacher Ivy St. School, r 33 Crew 
Hillyer George Hon., judge Superior Court, 25 Whitehall, r 

33 Crew 
HILLYER HENRY, lawyer, 10 W. Alabama, bds Markham 

House 
Hillyer Junius, office 10 W. Alabama, r Decatur, Ga 
Hillyer Lula C. Miss, teacher Crew St. School, r 33 Crew 
Hilton Augustus, elk Moore, Marsh & Co., r 258 E. Fair 
Hilton Mary Miss, printer W. L. Ciark, bds 86 Cox 
Hilton Win ham A., shoemkr, 124 Marietta, r 86 Cox 
Hindman Thomas, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Hines George, bkkpr, r 24 Richardson 
Hines William, elk, bds 24 Richardson 
Hines William H. (Anglin & Hines), r country 
Hinkle Ella Mrs., shirt ranfr, 81 jS\ Butler 
Hinkle George W.. propr Homeward Star, 27 and 29 S. Broad, 

bds Markham House 
Hinton Alfred (c), lab, r 73 Whitehall 
Hintou Horace (c), wks P. Lynch, r 73 Hilliard 
Hinton James A., r Fraser, nw cor Cravens al 
Hinton Terrell (c), lab, r ns Merritts av, e of Calhoun 
Hirsch Henry, with M. & J. Hirsch, r 198 S. Forsyth 
Hirsch Joseph (M. tfc; J. Hirsch), r 202 S. Forsyth 
Hirsch Morris (M. & J. Hirsch), r 194 S. Forsyth 
HIRSCH M. & J. (Morris and Joseph Hirsch), whol and ret 

clothing, gents furnishing and mer tailors, 3 and 50 White- 
hall 
Hirschteld Albeit, bkkpr, r 55 Luckie 
Hirschfeld Benjamin, trav agt, bds 55 Luckie 
Hirschfeld Emma, wid E., r 55 Luckie 
Hirshberg Jacob (J. Hirshberg it Co.) r 226 S. Pryor 
Hirshberg J. & Co. (J Hirshberg and M. Barwald), junk, 12 

and 14 E. Mitchell 
Hitch R. F., conductor Pullman Car Co 
Hitchcock Hiram (c), wks S. C. Hitchcock 
Hitchcock Luke (Hitchcock <fc Walden), r Chicago, 111 
Hitchcock Samuel C, soap mnfr, office 2 1 S. Broad, r 311 

Houston 
HITCHCOCK & WALDEN (L. Hitchcock and J. M. 

Walden), booksellers, 110 Whitehall 
Hitchins Alonzo G. (Hitchins & Bro.), bds 55 Walton 
Hitching Francis C. (Hitchins & Bro.), r 105 W. Simpson 

TUT" TT" ~EP"^7" <3«-©ja.or-«-l ■LXxxc^.e5x•t**:ls.©x•, 

r^ III I ■ ri ■ X , 26 W. Alabama. 'Seepage 96.) 



"1««±1a W/»a1» f 1 /*/*! approved by thousands, always the cheapest in 
00.SL16 XwCii U03.1, market. J. C. KIMBALL, 54 Aianama. 

HIT 223 HOL 

Hitchins & Bro. (A. G. and F. C. Hitchins), drygoods, 51 

Peachtree 
HitsoD Ras. J., butcher IT. T. Johnson, r 42 Wells 
EXockmann John, elk H. Karwisch, bds 91 Decatur 
Hocknell William D M carpenter W. & A. R. R.,r 211 Luckie 
Hodges William, trader, 56 S. Pryor, bds Kimball House 
Hodges William J., druggist, 169Decatur, r 13 N. Butler 
Hodgson Valentine M., physician, r 14 Alexander 
Hodgson William R., lawyer, r 14 Alexander 
Hodgson Thomas C, physician, bds 14 Alexander 
Hoffman C. H., baker, bds Fulton House 
Hoffman John J., barber, 51 Whitehall, r 20 Yor-ge 
Hogan Hubert, wks J. Trowbridge, r 331 Decatur 
Hogan James, lab, r 256 Mangum 
Hogan Joseph W., machinist Ga. R.R., r 211 E. Fair 
Hogan M. T., carpenter, r 109 Houston 
Hogan M. T. Mrs., midwife, r 109 Houston 
Hogan Susan, wid James, r Henry, sw cor Elliott 
Hoge Edward F., lawyer, 23 Whitehall, r 91 Marietta 
Hoke Charles F., trav agt, r 37 Powers 
Holbrook Augustus L. (A. L. & T. A. Holbrook), r 295 N. 

Collins 
Holbrook A. L. & T. A. (A. L. and T. A. Holbrook), grocers, 

79 Peachtree 
Holbrook Benjamin (c), baker, r 201 Wheat 
Holbrook Benjamin (c), barber, r 10 S. Collins 
Holbrook John, trunk mkr, r 91 Whitehall 
Holbrook Thomas A, (A. L. & T. A. Holbrook), bds 37 N. 

Pryor 
Holbrook William G., elk A. L. & T. H. Holbrook, r 48 

Church 
Holcomb Albert, printer Hitchcock & Walden, bds 43 E. 

Peters 
Holcomb Benajah D., foreman Hitchcock & Walden, r 43 E. 

Peters * 
Holcomb C, fireman W. ct A. R. R., r Ackworth, Ga 
Holcomb Henry, elk Pullman Car Co., r 57 E. Peters 
Holcomb Peter (c), carpenter, r 20 ScoSeld 
Holcombe Henry C, real estate, r 85 E. Hunter 
Holcombe Philo, tel opr W. U. Tel. Co.,r 110 N. Collins 
Holcombe William H., dep city marshal, r 68 N. Forsyth 
Holden Uriah (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

■ ■ A T CJ A II ?> f* A HO at bottom pricps at COHEN &. 

MA i O AraL? UAro selig's, 23 Whitehall. 



T*r\ CTTPTTT3TT Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE 
A \J OXLiV^. U X\rL. K.ENNESAVV ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 

HOL 224 HOL 

Holder Mertina, wid Josiah, bds 64 Formwalt 

Holland Edmond, with Jack & Holland, r 107 Marietta 

Holland Edmond W. (Jack & Holland), r 107 Marietta 

Holland Eugene B., elk, bds 95 Walton 

Holland Frank (c), lab, r 153 Davis 

Holland Henry (c), chainnkr, r ws McDaniel, s of Whitehall 

Holland James (c), lab, r rear 77 Ga. R. R 

Holland James (c), porter Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 206 W. 

Hunter 
Holland James H., brickmason, r Moore, bet Jones and Fair 
Holland Jesse (c), lab, r ns Glynn, e of Martin 
Holland John, elk D. H. Dougherty, bds 239 Decatur 
Holland John S., barkpr, r 210 E. Hunter 
Holland Leonidas G., sexton Oakland Cemetery, r 239 Decatur 
Holland Matthew B., machinist W. & A. R*. R., r W. & A. 

R. R., nr Spring 
Holland Matthew N., brickmason, r 204 E. Hunter 
Holland Sidney G. (Holland & Crenshaw), r country 
Holland Thomas (c), driver, r 74 W. Foundry 
Holland William (c), drayman, r 294 W. Mitchell 
Holland William Y., with Cox, Hill & Thompson, bds Kim- 
ball House 
Holland & Crenshaw (S. G. Holland and W. Crenshaw), den- 
tists, 24 Whitehall 
Hollenbeck Henrietta Mrs., bds National Hotel 
Holley Amy Mrs., r 93 Jones av 

Holley Charles \Y., shoemkr, 100 W. Mitchell, r 150 Crew 
Holley James (c), waiter Wilson House 

Hollidav George H. <G. H. Holliday & Co.), r 56 Forrest av 
Holliday G. H. & Co. (G. H. and J. S. Hollidav), dry goods, 

101 Whitehall 
Holliday John S. (G. H. Hollidav & Co.), r 66 Forrest av 
Holliday John S., Jr., bkkpr Citizens Bank of Ga., r 66 For- 
rest av 
HOLLIDAY ROBERT A., dentist, 34 Whitehall, r 66 For- 
rest av 
Holliman Marshall (c), lab, r 396 Mangum 
Hollinshead James B., elk M. Rich & Bro., r 61 W. Mitchell 
Hollingsworth Benjamin (c), lab, r es Fraser, bet Fair and 

Hunter 
Hollingsworth Henry B., butcher, 128 Whitehall, r 130 
Thompson 

OTTT^rkBOTJTDr'JCl dTTTDTC! are made especially for the party who 
OniiUrOillitlj O bXlllilo orders them. 



,gj Clocfcs and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
'SO>§) supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price*. 

HOL 225 HOr, 



Hollingsworth John F., plumber W. B. Guimarin, Ixls 23 Ivy 
Hollingsworth Malinda E., wid J. F„ r 23 Ivy 
Hollingsworth Matilda Mrs., dressmkr, 39 Peachtree 
Hollingsworth Moses, conductor, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Hollingsworth Ruth Miss, cashier Singer Mnfg Co., r 23 Ivy 
Hollis Harriet, wid John, r 265 W. Peters 
Hollis Janus B., elk E. Steinheirner, bds 323 E. Fair 
Hollis Rudolphus W., barkpr 1'. J. Kenny, bds 31 Washington 
Hollister Roswell J., elk, r 132 Washington 
Holloway David F., painter, r 266 Fraser 
Holman Jeanette. wid George, bds 71 W. Cain 
Holman William (c), lab, r 83 W. Hunter 
Holmes Alvin M., printer Sunny South, r 27 Cone 
Holmes Fannie A. Miss, teacher, r 14 Hilliard 
Holmes George (e), lab, r 170 Fraser 

Holmes George F., bkkpr Singer Mnfg Co., r 138 Washington 
Holmes Green (c), "lab, r 11 S. Moore 
Holmes Guilford (c\ lab, r 74 Gilmer 
Holmes Henry, r 269 Luckie 
Holmes Homer (c), drayman Rice & Moore 
Holmes John (c), shoemkr N. Holmes, r ws Fort, nr Hunter 
Holmes John D., printer, r 18 Haynes 
Holmes Julia Mrs., boarding, 96| Whitehall 
Holmes Lewis (c), lab, r 24 Randolph 
Holmes Llewellyn S., wks C. R. R., r33 Chapel 
Holmes Margaret F. Miss, teacher, r 14 Hilliard 
HOLMES NICK (c), shoemkr, 78 S. Broad, r 42 W. Ala- 
bama. (See index to adv.) 
Holmes Rebecca, wid A. T., bds 96J Whitehall 
Holmer Turner (c), lab, r ns Foster, nr Ella 
Holmes William (e), cook, r31 Richmond 
Holroy Sarah Miss, milliner, 13 E. Alabama 
Hoi stein Amos (c), lab, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Holt Hampton (e), drayman, r 48 Humphries 
Holt J. E., carpenter, bds 92J S. Broad 
Holt Needham F., watchman, r 261 E. Hunter 
Holt Peyton R., druggist, 26 Whitehall, r 54 Nelson 
Holt Robert E. with J. Silvey & Co., r 39 N. Pryor 
Holt Thomas G., treas Ga. State Agrl Soc, r Macon, Ga 
Holtzclaw Henry J., carpenter, r 105 Stonewall 
Holtzclaw Ida Miss, wks O. Claridv, r 105 Stonewall 
Homeward Star, G. W. Hinkle, editor and propr; 27 and 29 
S. Broad 



PASSENGERS 



GO WES T with fewer changes via TVf . c*5 
O- DFl. XI. than by any other rouie. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESA .v ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

HON 226 HOR 

Honeeker Christian, watchman, r 68 Elliott 

Hood Cook (c), porter, r Reed, cor Richmond 

Hook Addison C, elk A. O. M. Gay & Co., r 50 Walton 

Hook John C, grocer, 296 Peachtree, r Calhoun, nr Forrest av 

Hook and Ladder, Atlanta No. 1, J. W. Thomas, fortuan ; 28 

S. Broad 
Hooks Thomas J. (Bernhardt & Hooks), bds 104 Marietta 
Hooper Edward M. M., mer, r 179 N. Collins 
Hooper John W. (Hooper & McKamey), r 115 Simpson 
Hooper Robert (c), shoemkr George Forrest, r 172 JV. Calhoun 
Hooper & McKamey (J. W. Hooper and S. M. McKamey), 

grocers, 126 Marietta 
Hoover Burrell (o), vvks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 404 Marietta 
Hoover Henry L., chiropodist, r 18 Connally 
Hoover John, harnessmkr D. Morgan, hds 55 S. Forsyth 
Hope George M.,clk E. A. Robertson & Co., bds 49 W. Harris 
Hopkins Doc (c), drayman, r rear 51 Pulliam 
Hopkins Gnsie Miss, r 12 Loyd 
Hopkins Hulda Mrs., r 12 Loyd 
Hopkins John, r 12 Loyd 

Hopkins John L. (Hopkins & Glenn), r Edgewood 
Hopkins Richard (c), driver W. S. Bell 
Hopkins & Glenn (J. L. Hopkins and J. T. Glenn), lawyers, 1 

Marietta 
Hopp Christopher, carriagemkr, bds 18 Warren Place 
Horsey George (c), cook Kimball House 
Horsey Henry S., salesman, bds 100 N. Collins 
Horsey Thomas A., elk T. M. Horsey, bds 100 N. Collins 
Horsev Thomas M., hat-*, etc., 9 N. Prvor, r 100 N. Collins 
Horton Cairie E., wid G. W., r 237 E. Hunter 
Horton David (c), lab, r es Randolph, n of E. Harris 
Horton Dennis (c), waiter, r 57 Cone 

Horton George W\, watchman AY. & A. R. R., r 52 Yonge 
Horton Howard (c), lab, r 37 S. Pryor 
Horton James, wks Jack Sz Holland 
Horton James A., farmer, bds es Marietta, n of limits 
Horton L. B., wks L. H. Hall & Co., bds Adams House. 
Horton Martha Y,. Miss, r Connally, bel Fair and Jones 
Horton Robert A., gas Hitter, bds es Marietta, n of limits 
Horton Selah, wid Anthony, r es Marietta, n of limits 
Horton Willard P., with Singer Mnfg Co., bda 25 Ivy 
Horton William, elk J. Hurt 

-1 — >-l- ~l — T T71T7 - has the FINEST 1 HEARSE in the Stata, 
*~ "* Itl I i r« i JL 26 W.Alabama. (See page 96.) 



-CJAPJ'T'T.E X3.0CJXT r OAT, '""reek, ami Anthracite Coals, at J. 
>^««*-' ■ *■*** .fc».ww*,k,, c.Kiicbaij/s, 54 Alabama. 

HOK 227 HOW 

Horton William c), drayman, r 288 X. Calhoun 

Horton William (c), porter McKoy & Williams, r 404 X. 

Calhoun 
Horton William ('.. bootmkr, r es Marietta, n of limit- 
Hose George c . waiter Ballard & Allen 
Hosking John O., shoemkr 132 Whitehall 
Host Peter, gardener, r Wolfe av, nr Decatur 
Houghton Rebecca, wid Chester, r 90 Fraser 
Hou-> Sfelson (c), waiter Kimball Ho 
Houston Anna L.. wid Oswald, r 70 Loyd 
Houston Columbus M.. cabinetmkr, r 37 W. Garnett 
Houston John (c), lab, r rear 53 Victoria 
Houston Peter (c), lab, r 53 Cone 
Houston Robert, engineer, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Houston Rufus (c), driver, r rear 75 MeDonough 
HOUSTON WASHINGTON J., gen pass ami ticket agl 

A. & C. A-L. Ry., Wall, cor Loyd, r Decatur. Ga 
Houston William (c), waiter, r 101 Houston 
HOWARD ABBIE MAD., r ns Line, bet Pryor and Ivy 
Howard Alvin J. elk, bds 1 12 Decatur 
Howard Azariah G. Howard <V* Wood), r 132 S. Pryor 
Howard Benjamin G., elk A. T. Cunningham, r Alabama, nw 

cor Forsyth 
Howard Charles (c), cook, r 95 Markham 
Howard Charles A., elk. bds 72 Marietta 

Howard David T. [c . porter J. E. Walker, r 177 Blackuion 
Howard Edmund (c . lab, r 124 Blackmon 
Howard Ephraim (c), porter Kimball House, r 167 Houston 
Howard Frank (c), lab. r 122 W. Baker 
Howard George J., com mer, 29 AV. Alabama, r 18 Houston 
Howell Grieve A'., farmer, r — Ga. R. R., Fdgewood 
Howard Isaac (c), lab, r 124 Blackmon 
Howard John (c), wagon mkr, 151 Decatur, r 176 Frazer 
Howard Levi (c), wks Alexander & Green, r N. Butler, nr 

Houston 
Howard Milton (c . porter J. H. >tark 
Howard Mollie Mrs. r 21 S. Broad 
Howard Morris (c), lab. r Vine, se cor Magazine 
Howard Newton, engineer, r 60 Peaehtrec 
Howard Perry (c . lab, r Vin Magazine 

Howard Rayford c , blacksmith, r es Marietta, n of limits 
Howard Richard (c), lab, r 8 Fowler 

§HRQPSHIRE ? S SHIRTS S^!? 6 best 



FOR INFORMATION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

HOW 228 HUB 

Howard Robert (c), blacksmith, r 150 E. Cain 

Howard Robert (c), cook, r 43 \\\ Hunter 

Howard Rufus A., elk, r 112 Decatur 

Howard Simon, (c), lab, r 122 Davis 

Howard Thomas fc), barber K. Watts, r 18 Whitehall 

Howard Thomas C, elk Ex. Dept., r Kirkwood 

Howard Warren (c), lab, r Vine, se cor Magazine 

Howard William (c), blacksmith, r 181 C. R. R 

Howard William (c), lab, r 10 W. & A. R. R 

Howard William H., elk G. J. Howard, bds 18 Houston 

Howard, Wood & Co. (A. G. Howard, T. M. Wood and W. 

A. Powell), cigars and tobacco, 33 E. Alabama 

Howard , elk Green Line, bds 50 N. Broad 

HOWELL ALBERT, pres Constitution, Pub. Co., and re- 
ceiver Atlanta Ice Mnfg. Co., 24 S. Broad, r county 
Howell Clark, Jr., dep U. S. Marshall, r 30 Luckie 
Howell Daniel F. (Westmoreland & Howell), r 57 Marietta 
HOWELL EVAN P. HON., editor Constitution, r 241 

Whitehall 
Howell George A., lawyer, 1 Marietta, r 461 W. Peters 
Howell Henry L., carpenter, r 25 W. Mitchell 
HOWELL JULIUS R., mechanical and hydraulic engineer 

and millwright, and agt patent wind engine, 21 S. Broad 
Howell Lillie Miss, r 13 W. Mitchell 
Howell Mary, wid Martin, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Howell Nelson (c), lab, r 21 Crumley 
Howell S. G., farmer, r ss Richardson, w of Formwalt 
Howell William (c), shoemkr N. Holmes, r 21 Crumley 
Howell William H., r 289 Peachtree 
Hoyle Amanda, wid George, bds ws Peachtree, 3d n of junc 

W. Peachtree 
Hoyle Anthony (c), lab, r ws Ira, s of Crumley 
Hoyle Frank E., elk, bds ws Peachtree, 3d n of junc of W. 

Peachtree 
HOYLE SAMUEL R., State and county tax collector, 5 E. 

Alabama, r ws Peachtree, 3d n of junc W. Peachtree 
Hoyle William E., elk A-L. Ry., r 228 S. Pryor 
Hoyt Darius, machinist W. & A. R. R., r e cor McAfee 
Hoyt Samuel B., pres Atlanta Savings Bank of Ga., r 68 E. 

Hunter 
Hubbard Charles W., bds 26 N. Calhoun 
Hubbard William L. (W. L. Hubbard & Son), r 26 N. Calhoun 



Cents' Furnishing Goods 



in Great Variety at COHEN * SELIG'S, 
33 Whitehall. 



FOR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. £R LAWJ3HE. 

HUB 229 HUG 

Hnbfear-1 William L. Jr. (W. L. Hubbard & Son), bds 26 N. 

Calhoun 
Hubbard W. L. & Son (W. L. and W. L. Hubbard, Jr.), 

grocers and com mers, 24 Peach tree 
Hubner Charles W., editor, bds 10 Foster 
Hudson Charles, polisher Sou. Agrl Wks, r 341 Mangum 
Hudson Christopher (c), lab, r 41 Gate City 
Hudson Edward (c), waiter Kimball Honse 
Hudson Henry, polisher Sou. Agrl wks 
Hudson L. C, wid William, r 38 Jones av 
Hudson A. Y., wid Charles, bds 141 McDonough 
Hudson Thomas J., fireman W. &. A. R. R., r 38 Jones av 
Hudson Wesley carpenter, r 341 Mangum 

Hudson William I., conductor W. &. A. R. R., r 44 Victoria 
Hudson William J., bkkpr Adair & Bro., r 64 E. Mitchell 
Hudson Willis (c), waiter W. D. Grant, r rear 131 E. Baker 
Huff Alexander, wks W. M. Arnold, bds S. Forsyth, cor 

Hunter 
Huff Henry H., r 43 S. Broad 
Huff James C, grocer and com mcr, 91 Whitehall, bds 33 N. 

Forsyth 
Huff John F., grocer, 214 W. Peters 
Huff Lewis (c), lab, r 370 N. Collins 

Huff Richard (c), barber Kimball House, r 311 W. Peachtree 
Huff William C, mer., r 331 Marietta 
Huffman Abraham W., elk, r ws Marietta rd, nr Bellwood 
Hoggins Duncan (c), lab, r 95 Houston 
Hoggins Jackson C. (c), waiter Kimball House 
Hoggins Ridhard (c), lab, r rear 21:5 W. Mitchell 
Hoggins William (c), waiter P. J. Kenny 
Hughes Fred C. (c), barber Bentley & Minor 
Hughes Harden, r 59 E. Harris 
Hughes Horace (c), wks L. H. Hall & Co 
Hughes James, machinist L. H. Hall & Co., r es Factory, nr 

Ga. R. R 
Hughes John W., elk, bds 116 Whitehall 
Hughes Washington (c), lab. r rear 102 Fraser 
Hughes Wiley, lab, r ss Ga. R. 11., Edgewood 
Hughes William, elk, bds 72 Marietta 
Hughes William (c), gardener, r Connally, bet Richmond and 

Richardson 
Hughey Henry H. with M. Franklin 

Buying Tickets v/\/ est' 

learn tne ais vantages offerea t>y tne M. &. C. K. It. 



lULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

HUG "230 HUN 



Hughey Holcomb, elk, r 121 Rhodes 

Hughey William (c), lab, r rear 36 W . Baker 

Huibert Abijah, car inspector W. & A. R.R., r 98 Davis 

Hulbert Edward, R. R. supt, r Rolling Mill, ne cor Houston 

HULBERT WILLIAM W., agt Sou. Ex. Co., r 132 Wash- 

ington 
Hulguson Mary, wid Henry, bds 63 Luckie 
Hull Frank M., wks Ga. R. R., bds Air-Line House 
Hull John (c), waiter Markham House 
Hull Wiley (c), lab, r 26 Moseley 
Hull William (c), lab, r 110 Walker 
Hulsev Eli J., farmer, r 107 N. Collins 
Hulsey William H. (Hulsey & McAfee), r ss Ga. R. R.. Edge- 

wood 
HULSEY & MCAFEE (W. H. Hulsey and J. M. McAfee), 

lawvers, 23 Marietta 
Humphreys Nathaniel X., wks W.& A.R. R., r 22 W. & A. R.R 
Humphries Isaac (c), lab, r ss Baugh, w of Lee, AW E 
Humphries John W., wks A-L. Ry., bds 39J Whitehall 
Humphries Joseph (c), driver McGaughey Bros., r ss Crum- 
ley, w of Smith 
Humphries Matthew (c), lab, r 151 E. Fair 
Humphries Sallie, wid H. L., r 117 Whitehall 
Humphries Solomon (c), drayman, r 286 Eraser 
Hundley James J., elk L. F. otevens, bds 152 Whitehall 
Hundley Mary, wid W. B., r 150 Whitehall 
Hunerkopf Louis, carpenter, bds 158 X. Collins 
Hunerkopf Rosanna, wid Ferdinand, r 158 N. Collins 
Hunnicutt Calvin W. (Hunnicutt & Bellingraths), r 306 W. 

Peaehtree 
Hunnicutt Eli T., plumber, r 235 S. Forsyth 
Hunnicutt George, engineer A-L. Ry 
Hunnicutt John C, engineer A-L. Ry., bds 56 Gilmer 
Hunnicutt Joseph M., bkkpr John Silver & Co., r 235 S. 

Forsyth 
HUNNICUTT & BELLINGRATHS (C. W. Hunnicutt, 
L. and A. Bellingrath), stoves, tinware, mantels, grates, 
house furnishing, plumbing and gas fitting, and concrete 
pipe works, 36 and 38 Peaehtree, cor Walton 
Hunt Alfred M., r 213 Marietta 

Hunt Augustus X. (Simmons, Hunt & Gilbert, and Simmons 
& Hunt), r 23 W. Foundry 



Frank X. Bliley 



can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.) 



r'afmoo Tinii the Prkmiuk Like of th« South. J. C. KIMBALL, 
\jdlO JSd J-JlHlt) i Alabama. 

Hl\ 231 HtTT 

Hunt BrowD (c), wks Kimball House 
Hunt Henry (c), lab, r 138 Elliott 
Hunt H. ('.'. train hand \V. cv A. R. R., r Dalton, Ga 
Hunt Leonard W. (Hunt, Rankin & Lamar), r Macon, Ga 
Hunt Mingo (c), carpenter, r 13 Robbing 
Hunt Ntedham A., pedler, r 2f>7 E. Hunter 
HUNT. RANKIN & LAMAR (L. W. Hunt, J. W. Rankin 
and II. J. Lamar!, who! and pel drugs, paints, oil and 
glass, 20 Decatur, cor Pryor. (See back cover.) 
Hunt Stephen, elk, bds 77 Crew 

Hunt William F., elk R. J. Griffin, bds 262 E. Hunter 
Hunt William H. Rev., r 181 McDonough 
Hunter James ( '.. elk E. S. Gay, bds Peachtree, cor [vy 
Hunter John T. (Hunter A: South), r 43!) Marietta 
Hunter Peter (c), lab, r 169 E. Baker 

Hunter Street Presbyterian Church, Rev. W. A. Dalmev, pas- 
tor; ns E. Hunter, nr Moore 
Hunter W. H., soap agt, 37 S. Broad, bds 72 Marietta 
Hunter & South (J. T. Hunter and F. South), saloon, 402 

Marietta 
Hurd Isaac (c), hostler St. R. R. Co 
Hurd Samuel (c), lab, r rear 37 Victoria 
HUH I), see also HEARD 
Hurley Henry, painter, r 39 Jones ax- 
Hurley John, mess Sou. Ex. Co., r 44 Gilmer 
Hurley Sarah A., wid Henry, r 39 Jones av 
Hurst Green (c), blacksmith \Y. K. Booth, r 58 Haynes 
Hurt E. Fletcher, office 44 Marietta 

Hurt Henry, classer B. Woodward & Co., bds 42 W. Peters 
Hurt James A., elk Boynton Bros., bds 219 S. Pryor 
Hurt James W\, artist, r 292 Jones 
Hurt Joel, ins agt, 44 Marietta, r 132 Spring 
Hurt John W., farmer, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Hurt Marshall (<•), waiter A. Leyden 
Hurt Oliver (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 7 Strong 
Hussey John J., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 147 S. 

Pryor 
Hutcheson Leander !>., shoemkr M. Gaines, r 50 Bartow 
Hutcheson Turner S., gardener, r 91 E. Hunter 
Hutcheson William T., adjuster, r 62 Peachtree 
Hutchings Charles (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Hutchings Frank (e), driver Dr. G. G. Crawford, r Ridge 
Row, hey limits 

4WTb "f/ 5 A ■ff.YS'SfSL at COHEN & SELIC'S, 
£14? V aaiSlS 2a Whitehall. 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and JLittle Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

HUT 232 ING 

Hatchings Isaac (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 59 Chatta- 
hoochee 

Hntchins Abraham (c), porter, r Wolfs av, nr Decatur 

Hutchins Balis J., with J. L. Winter & Co.. r 143 Luckie 

Hutchins Jackson (c), lab, r rear 179 Fair 

Hntchins M. S., wid R. B., r 8 Walker 

Hutchins W. Dougherty, barber, 18 Marietta, r 157 Houston 

Hutchinson John, engineer A-L. Ry., r 16 Hilliard 

Hutchinson Joshna.(c), blacksmith, 197 W. Peters, r rear 185 
W. Peters 

Hutchinson Larkin (c), lab, r ns Mayson's Ferry rd, Belhvood 

Hutchinson Leander P., wks Ga. R. R., r Bell, sw cor Ga. 
R. R 

Hutchinson Samuel W., grocer, Bell, sw cor Ga. R. R., r 145 
Ga. R. R 

Hutchinson Zachariah T., fireman A. <£ W. Pt. R. R., r rear 
95 E. Hunter 

Huzza Robert H., trunk mkr L. Lieberman, r 22 Form wait 

Hyde Edward H., wood engraver, 9 Whitehall, r Decatur, Ga 

Hyde Simeon, with Tommey, Stewart & Beck, bds 168 8. 
Pryor 

Hydrick Jane, wid Miles, r 133 Marietta 

Hyer Joseph K., captain Co. C, 18th Inf., r 13 McPherson 
Barrack* 

Hyer L. Z., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Hyer William L., engineer W. & A. R. R 

Hvnds George H., bkkpr S. M. Inman & Co., r 24 Richardson 

Hynds William M., elk S. M. Inman & Co., bds 24 Richard- 
son 

Hvnes Edward (c), lab, r 151 Markham 

HYNES, see also HEINZ and HIXES 

AM PERMANENTLY 

LOCATED IN ATLANTA, 

CANNOT. THEREFORE, AFFORD TO D< I ANY BUT THE BEST WORK. 
t-Jr Give me a c>i)l and I will please you.^^g 
C. W. MOTES, PHOTOGRAPHER, 

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NGALLS CHARLES C, elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co., 
. r61 S. Broad 



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Pen 1 A "DT TQ"n"pn »■ 1830., Er Lawshes Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 
-UOixlUUlkJlliJjJ Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 

ING 233 IVY 

Ingram Henry (c), lab, r ws Grate City, s of Glenn 
IniiKiii Colin II.. (c), barkpr G. Hentschel, r 12 Phlliam 
Inman Hugh T., cotton buyer, 65 Whitehall, r Peachtree, sw 

cor Harris 
Inman Samuel M. S. M. Inman & Co.), p117S. Forryth 
Inman Shadrach W., cotton buyer, 65 Whitehall,r 80 Thomp- 
son 
Inman S. M. & Co. (S. M. and \\ . P. Inman), cotton mere, 

65 Whitehall 
Inman Walker P. (S. M. Inman & Co.), r 55 W. Mitchell 
Irby Daniel J., foreman Cook A: Stewart, r 334 Mangum 
IrbyJoseph, carpenter, bds 334 Mangum 
Irish Theodore D., dep col. U. S. Int. Revenue, bds National 

Hotel 
Irwin Bryce, engineer C. R. R., bds 39| Whitehall 
Irvine Anthony ' v c), wheelwright, r rear 4* S. Butler 
Irvine George (c), driver, r rear 66 Washington 
Irvine George (c), porter Bank of the State of Ga., r rear 48 

S. Butler 
Irwin Charles M. Rev., state agt Foreign Mission Board, 29 S. 

Broad, bds Mark ham House 
Irwin Elizabeth C, widJohn, r 14*2 S. Forsyth 
Irwin Thomas (c), driver Ballard & Allen, r 47 Jones av 
IRWIN, see also KRWIN 
Isaac Henry (c),shoemkr, 68 King 
Isaac William (c), porter E. M. Chapman 
Iseman Jacob, bricklayer W. '& A. R. R., r 34 Hayden 
ISEMAN, pee also EISEMAN 
Ishani John, prin Crew St School, r 35 Crew 
Isoni William M., wks J. S. Oliver & Co., r ws Smith, s of 

Haw-on 
Israel Harry, elk, bds 85 Loyd 
Itson Matthew, mason, r ns Ga. R. R.. Edgewood 
Ives Layton M. (Ives & Thomas), r 7 Marietta 
Ives A- Thomas (L. M. IvesandH. W. Thomas), furniture, 7 

and 9 Marietta 
Ivie Taylor, engineer Traynham & Lewin, r county 
Ivie Theophilus H.. elk. r 42 Whitehall 
Ivy Billings S., molder W. & A. R. R.. r 9 Mill- 
Ivy Isaac (c), lab, r 287 Fraser 
Ivy Martha A., wid William, r335 Decatur 
Ivy Richard H., lab, r ns Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 

r^«^ -m /■"-■ 1 £»ca Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. than by 
_£ ^jfr JL%^A. _B_ _!■ * HT? ^™> any other route to ail puiuLs >->ert. 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KEMNESAW RODTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

IVY 234 JAC ' 



Ivy Robert (c), porter J. I). Stocker, r 264 Wheat 
Ivy Robert H., packer M. T. Castleberry, r 288 Wheat 
Ivy St. School, E. G. Moore, prin ; 173 to 177 Ivy 



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WHERE THE BEST 

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AND \0U WILL BE SURE TO GO TO 

MOTES', - - 32 Whitehall St. 



JACK FRANCIS M., with Jack & Holland, bds 285 
Whitehall 
Jack George W., with Jack & Holland, r 285 Whitehall 
Jack Henry (e), lab, r 58 C. R. R 

Jack William F. (Jack & Holland), bds Mark ham House. 
JACK & HOLLAND (W. F. Jack and E. W. Holland), 

candy and cracker mnfrs, whol confectioners and fancy 

grocers, 36 Whitehall. (Sec front fly A) 
Jackson Albert (c), driver, r 53 Cone 
Jackson Allen (c), brickmason, r es Ira, s of Glenn 
Jackson Alfred (c), drayman, r rear 50 E. Cain 
Jackson Allen M., tailor, r 275 Crumley 
Jackson Andrew (c), lab, r 5 Grady 
Jackson August (c), driver A. Murphy, r Wheat bet Hilliard 

and Jackson 
Jackson Caesar (c), hostler Clint Taylor, r rear 74 N. Collins 
Jackson Caroline Mrs., r 208 Whitehall 
Jackson Charles (c), porter, r 13 High 
Jackson Charles M., student, r 71 W. Simpson 
Jackson David (c), waiter Kimball House, r 187 E. Cain 
Jackson Edward (c), hostler, St. R. R. Co., r 49 Line 
Jackson Emanuel (c), lab, r 30 Gate City 
Jackson Ephraim Rev. (c), r 438 E. Fair 
Jackson E. C, wid Joseph, r 121 Rhodes 
Jackson Fort (c), barber K. Watts, r 28 Clifford 
Jackson Gordon (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Jackson Gustavus (c), lab, r rear 161 Fort 
Jackson Henry (Jackson A' Lumpkin), and reporter Supreme 

Court, rill E. Mitchell 
Jackson Isaac (c), driver, r 65 Ga. R. R 

CD A ME/ Y Dl II CY genbraltjndertaker, 

F II AN l\ A. DLILCI, 26 W. Alabama. (Seepages.) 



Catoosa Lims^Cemsnt and Fertilizers : " J * C: kim, ^a';^; 



Imma. 



J AC 235 J AC 

Jackson James Hon., judge Supreme Court, r <>7 Marietta 
Jackson James (<•), lab r rear 233 Rolling Mill 
Jackson James L., driver Fuller & Doolittle, bds 1 is Ma- 
rietta 

Jackson Jesse W ., r 22 Jones av 
Jackson John (e), lab, r s of <>a. R. R., Edgewood 
Jackson John L., machinist Sou. Agr] Wks,bds 275 Crumley 
Jackson Jonas (c), carpenter, r 14 Wallace 
Jackson Jones (c), lab. r s of Ga. R. I>\, Edgewood 
Jackson Joseph (c), drayman, r 115 E. Cain 
Jackson Major (c), porter National Hotel, r 50 Broad 
Jackson Martha, wid H. W., r 148 Marietta 
Jackson Gustavi s (c), lab, r rear 161 Fort 
Jackson Mary Mrs., seamstress, bds 275 Crumley 
Jackson Moscow (<•), porter, r w Vine, e of Parson- 
Jackson Moses (c), waiter Markham House 
Jackson Prince (c), carpenter, r 20'6 Crew 
Jackson Richard (<•), hackman, rl8 McDonough 
Jackson Robert (c), porter Mayer, Sou <X: Co., r 136 X. Butler 
Jackson Robert, trav agt, r 53 Chapel 
Jackson Robert P., mer, r ss W. Fair, e of limits 
Jackson Robert S., state agt Son. Mut. Life ins. Co. of Ky., 

64 Whitehall, r 26 Cooper 
Jackson Sheppard (c), shoemkr George Forrest, r Spring, nw 

cor Mills 
Jackson Solomon (c), lab, r 1 Beckwith 
Jackson (c), lab, r rear 7!) E. Ellis 
Jackson Thomas (c), farmer, r 32 Rawson 
Jackson Thomas L. (c), porter Patterson & Brown, r 100 

Spring; 
Jackson Warren (c), engineer L. H. Hall & Co 
Jackson William (c), cook, r 402 Decatur 
Jackson William (c), driver J. F. Redd, r rear 50 E. Cain 
Jackson William (c), lab, r rear 79 V. Ellis 
Jackson William B., farmer, r 71 W.Simpson 
Jackson William II.. elk W. F. Stokes & Co., bds 148 Mari- 
etta 
Jackson William L., teacher, r 71 W. Simpson 
Jackson Willis, shoemkr. 328 Marietta, r 71 W. Simpson 
JACKSON & LUMPKIN (Henry Jackson and J. H. 

Lumpkin), lawyer,-, 40 Marietta 
Jacobs Henry (c), carpenter, r6 Horton 

COHEN & SEWG, THE ^flR'i8!flf LOWPRICE8 ' 



^HE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
I lo Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

JAC 236 JEN 

Jacobs Herman, cl!v Sunny South, bds Fulton House 
James Albert (c), drayman, r 93 Tatnall 
James Bank Block, es Whitehall, bet Alabama and R. R 
James Charles H., elk Brock Bros., r 208 Crew- 
James Emanuel (c), drayman, r 89 Tatnall 
James Frank (c), lab, r 171 E. Simpson 
James George J., mer, r 208 Crew- 
James' Hall, 6 Whitehall 

James Henry, painter, bds E. Fair, nw cor Terry 
James John (c), lab, r 23 Magazine 
James John H., banker, Whitehall, ne cor Alabama, r 114 

Peach tree 
James Leonard (c), drayman, r 103 Tatnall 
James Nazareth (c), drayman, r 103 Tatnall 
James Vernon (c), hack man. r 180 W. Hunter 
James William, train hand W. & A. R. R., r Cartersville, Ga 
.Jamison John C, pipemkr, r ns W. Simpson, nr Lambert 
Jamison William, elk J. Ryan 
JANES THOMAS P. DR., state commissioner of agriculture, 

State House, bds Markham House 
James William F., elk Dept. of Agrl., bds 54 E. Ellis 
Jarratt John, mason, r 56 N. Collins 
Jarrell Charles W., machinist W. & A. R. R 
Jarrell Willis, policeman, r 45 E. Simpson 
Jarvis William L. (Jarvis & Stokes), r 43 E. Peters 
Jarvis & Stokes (W. L. Jarvis and J. W. Stokes), carriage 

mnf'rs, 44 Line, and 17 N. Pryor 
Jasper Floyd (c), lab, r 32 Markham 

Jefferies Richard S., lawyer, 23 Whitehall, r 204 Peachtree 
Jefferson Edward (c), wks Jack & Holland, r rear 74 N. Collins 
Jenkins Allen (c), wks W. & A. R. R., r Fraser r se cor Fulton 
Jenkins Allen W. (c), wks Ga. R. R 

Jenkins Andrew J., roller Atlanta Rolling Mill Co., r 8 State 
Jenkins Berry (c), porter Ga. Republican, r 65 Humphries 
Jenkins Charles (c), lab, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Jenkins Cornelius (c), carpenter, r 65 Humphries 
Jenkins Edward, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Jenkins Eli, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 14 South 
Jenkins Elizabeth, wid William, r 11 Spring 
Jenkins Ephraim, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 19 D'Al- 

vigny 
Jenkins George W., shoemkr, bds 83 Willow 



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I ne MfUnaei OpeCiaCie LaWSHK, Sole Agent In Atlanta. 



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JEN 237 JEW 



Jenkins Henry, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 1 Emma 

Jenkins Jackson (c), lab, r rear 34 Gilmer 

Jenkins James B., railmkr Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 618 Marietta 

Jenkins Joab J., r 83 Willow- 
Jenkins John (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Jenkins John D., lab., bds 40-1 N. Collins 

Jenkins John F., painter, r ss North av, e of Fort 

Jenkins Joseph 8., polisher Sou. Agrl Wks 

Jenkins Martha B , wid Jefferson, bds 618 Marietta 

Jenkins Robert II., carpenter, r 33 Plum 

JENKINS SIMEON T-. propr and publisher Southern En- 
terprise, 5 James Bank Blk, 6 Whitehall, r 26 Cooper 

Jenkins Spencer (c), lab, r 163 Mangum 

Jenkins William (c), porter McCrarv & Bro., r 316 S. Pryor 

Jennings Augustus (<•), drayman, r 65 Haynes 

Jennings Doc (c), wks Atlanta Roiling Mill, r 29 Chattahoo- 
chee 

Jennings Elbert (c), driver J. L. Watkins, r 192 Markham 

Jennings Frances M. Mrs. (W. Jennings & Co.), r 149 Jack- 
son 

Jennings Joseph (c), lab. r nr Ga. K. R., Edgewood 

Jennings Richard (<•'), lab, r 53 Hilliard 

Jennings Simon (c), lab, r 22 Clifford 

Jennings William (W. Jennings & Co.), r 149 Jackson 

JENNINGS W. & CO. (W.& F. M. Jennings), doors,sash, 
blinds and hardware, 38 Decatur 

Jentzen John II. (Jentzen & Graefer), and saloon, 131 White- 
hall, r 203 W. Peter> 

Jentzen & Graefer (J. H. Jentzen and J. Graefer), saloon, 13 
Whitehall 

Jepson James I,., machinist Porter & Meakin, bds 360 E. 
Fair 

Jepson Sarah, wid Lemuel, r 360 E. Fail' 

Jernigan Alonzo C, carpenter A-L. Ky 

Jernigan William H., carpenter, 97 Chamberlain 

Jetes William L.,clk Crane, Boylston & Co., bds 67 N. Pryor 

Jett Adam, farmer, r 531 Marietta 

Jett Alfred, barkpr, r 56 Peachtree 

Jett John B., elk F. P. Kilby. r 47 Rock 

Jett John L., shoemkr, 5 PI Foundry, r 96 Bush 

Jewish Congregation, Rev. F. B. M. Browne, rabbi; syna- 
gogue, Forsyth, se cor Garnett 

"D A C!C!Tr , 'MT< TT , 'DC OO W''HT with iew*r changes via SflC. cflS 
jTAiboJLiNlJilillp C?,I1-H.. than by any other :uiue. 



TC\ QTrPTT"RT7 Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE. 
X\J OiuLiUAti KE.V.VESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wl 



frenn, Gen. Pass Agt 



JOH 238 JOH 



Johns Arthur L., planer, r 398 Marietta 

Johns George W., plasterer, r 9 Connally 

Johnson Aaron (c), porter Fulton House, r 151 E. Fair 

Johnson Allen, elk, r 67 Peachtree 

Johnson Andrew, elk, bds 193 S. Pryor 

Johnson Archibald C. (Boyd *$z Johnson), r 223 X. Calhoun 

Johnson Augustus (c), lab, r 8 Mangum 

Johnson A. M. Mrs., r 81 Hill 

Johnson Benjamin (e), lab, r 125 X. Butler 

Johnson Benjamin (c), lab, r 121 Hull 

Johnson Benjamin (e), lab, r 33 Thurmond 

Johnson Benjamin F. , r 118 W. Peters 

Johnson Benjamin W. barkpr J. Peel, r 10 S. Broad 

Johnson Berry (e), wks Atlanta City Brewery, r ws X. Butler, 
1st n of E. Cain 

Johnson Chandler A., machinist, r 105 Ga. R. R 

Johnson Charles (c), carpenter, r 173 Markham 

Johnson Charles (c), lab, r 36 E. Hunter 

Johnson Charles O., elk, bds 153 Mangum 

Johnson Charles S., elk R. A. Hemphill, bds 34 1 X. Broad 

Johnson Dennis, grocer, 253 E. Fair 

Johnson D. (c), porter Pullman Car Co 

Johnson Edward, machinist, r 105 Ga. R. R 

Johnson Edward (c\, waiter Kimball House, r rear 123 Decatur 

Johnson Eliza C, wid S. J., bds 60 Ivy 

Johnson Elizabeth, wid Cullen, r 10 South 

Johnson Elizabeth, wid W. H., r ws Hilliard, nr Irwin 

Johnson Ellen P., wid B. S., bds 138 Luckie 

Johnson Frank (c), painter, r 22 Scofield 

Johnson Frederick (c), lab, r 20 Hilliard 

Johnson George (c), lab, r 175 X. Fort 

Johnson George (c), lab, r 13 George 

Johnson George A., elk, r 82 S. Pryor 

Johnson George E., candymkr Jack & Holland, r 124 Ma- 
rietta 

Johnson George H., elk J. Selig & Bro , r 160 Thompson 

Johnson Green (c), lab, r 24 Thurmond 

Johnson Green (<•), wks J. M. Smith, r 81 Pratt 

Johnson Harriet, wid Frank, r 129 Loyd 

Johnson Harrison (c), mason, r 74 W. Foundry 

Johnson Harvey (c), porter Stmr No. 3, r 14 Randolph 

Johnson Henry, guard chain gang, r 251 Marietta 

Burial Shrouds and Robes ^.T.^it^Tn%rt^r. ( S ee V .*v 



Extra Blacksmith Coal SSSLSMffi^i. ft K1MBAI ^ « **■ 

JOB 239 JOH 

Johnson Henry (c), vvka W. S. Bell, r 20 Hilliard 

Johnso'"" Henry 8. (Chamberlin, Boynton & (o.i, r 211 S» 
.Pryor 

Johnson Henry T., butcher, 93 \V. Peters, r Glenn, cor Wells, 
W. E 

Johnson Hixon,shoemkr, 228 Decatur, rws Savannah, nrGa.R.R 

Johnson Homer, elk Dept. of South, r 60 Ivy 

Johnson Isaiah (c), porter National Hotel 

Johnson Jack W., ticket a^t Union Depot, r 35 Wheat 

Johnson .Jacob, elk, bds 124 Marietta 

Johnson Jacob M., painter, r 9 Cox 

Johnson Jacob V., with Beermann & Hape, r 265 Luckie 

Johnson James, r 253 E. Fair 

Johnson James, carpenter, r es Terry, s of Crumley 

Johnson James (c), lab, r 233 Jones 

Johnson James (c), lab. r 24 Thurmond 

Johnson James (c), lab, r 43 \\ . Hunter 

Johnson James, machinist Winship & Bro., bds 413 Whitehall 

Johnson James L., saddler, r 109 Houston 

Johnson Jeremiah, carpenter, r ns Chamberlain, nr Yonge 

Johnson Jesse (c), lab, r rear 36 Walker 

Johnson Jesse (c), wks A-L. Ry, r 25 Scofield 

Johnson John (c), drayman, r 85 Hoge 

Johnson John (c), lab, r 24 Thurmond 

Johnson John M. (Miller <fe Johnson), r 72 Marietta 

Johnson John Thad., dean Atlanta Med. College, and physi- 
cian, 30 Marietta, r 152 S. Forsyth 

Johnson Jordan (c), lab, r 89 Loyd 

Johnson Joseph A., machinist Lorigley & Robinson, r 124 
Marietta 

Johnson Joseph H. (Mark W. Johnson A: Co.), r 165 S. Pryor 

Johnson Joseph N., car inspector A-L. Ry., r 297 Decatur 

Johnson Josiah M., polieeman, r 9 Haynes 

Johnson Judge (c), farmer, r 136 Wheat 

Johnson J. C. P., storekprGa. R. R 

Johnson Lee (c), lab, r 18 Fraser 

Johnson Lopez, wks Trimble & Goodman, r 223 X. Calhoun 

Johnson Luke, conductor A-L. Ry., bds 15 E. Mitchell 

Johnson Mack (c), porter P. Jones 

Johnson Mark W. (Mark W. Johnson A: Co. . r Kirkwood 

JOHNSON MARK W. & CO- (Mark W. and J. H. John- 
son), seeds, agrlimplements, machinery, fertilizers, etc., 9 
Whitehall. (Sec page 88.1 

T&jnk^SP SKTFT^IPflL ALL SIZES, at COHES & SELIG'S^ 

Q2\$lk£& yyilSa *3 WHITEHALL. ' 



"PVPTTTJ C!TflTT "TTHTnTTIC! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
ilnVv U IwlU IN 1 iUHij 1 Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

JOH 240 JOH 

Johnson Martha J. wid Allen, r 17 E. Hunter 

Johnson Matthew, guard Oglethorpe Park, r W. & A. R. R., 

Bell wood 
Joshua Milton (c), lab, r rear 102 Fraser 
Johnson Monroe (e), wks Gas Lt. Co., r 54 Walker 
Johnson Orrin, baker Jaek & Land, bds 124 Marietta 
Johnson Perry, butcher, r ss Chamberlain, nr Yonge 
Johnson Perry (e), lab, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Johnson Philip M. (c), cook, r 14 W. Alabama 
Johnson Richard J., carpenter, r 413 Whitehall 
Johnson Robert (c). porter J. Hirshberg & Co 
Johnson Russell ( '., bkkpr McBride & Co., r 13 X. Pryor 
Johnson Samuel (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 61 Chatta- 

hoochae 
Johnson Samuel W., physician, 14 Loyd, bds 43| Whitehall 
Johnson Sarah C. Miss., housekpr, r 72 Marietta 
Johnson Susan, wid J. T., bds 153 Mangum 
Johnson Thomas (c), carpenter, r Walnut, nw cor Foundry 
Johnson Thomas (e). lab, r 81 E. Fair 
Johnson Thomas A., elk, bds 17 E. Hunter 
Johnson Thomas J., trainhand A. & W. Pt. R., r 209 E. 

Fair 
Johnson Turner (c), lab, r ws Rolling Mill, s of Morgan 
Johnson Virgil H., saloon, 9 Decatur, bds Berron House 
Johnson Wa«le to. wks Ga. R. R., r ns Fulton, e of Fraser 
Johnson Washington (c), carpenter Longlev & Robinson, r 

224 Foster , 

Johnson William, bds 383 Peachtree 

Johnson William A. (Shropshire & Johnson), r 141 S. For- 
syth 
Johnson William C.,clk, bds 205 W. Peters 
Johnson William E. (Thomas & Johnson), r 35 Church 
Johnson William M., elk J. Keely, bds 413 Whitehall 
Johnson William M., elk J. Smith, r 136 W. Peters 
Johnson William R., train hand W. & A. R. R., bds 100 

Thompson 
Johnson William W., chief* elk Dept of South, bds Markhani 

House 
Johnson W., elk, bds 81 Hill 
Johnson AV. (c), porter Pullman Car Co 
Johnson W. Edgar, trav agt Constitution, r 34 S. Broad 
Johnson Zachariah T. with Dunn, Ogletree & Co., bds 413 

Whitehall 



HBCBM- y s mwiwrm wwm 



? (Oi#^sl^ii^i^i flocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
(^laJl^tllilsPiSSiJ) supply you through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 

JOH 241 JON 



JOHNSTON GEORGE J., bill poster and distributor, 2J 

Marietta, bda Markliam House. (See page 87.) 
Johnston James, lab, r es Factory, nr Ga. R. R. 
Johnston James M. (Haslett & Johnston), r 117 W. Fair 
Johnston Joseph E. ( J. EI. Johnston & Co.), r Richmond, Va 
Johnston J. E. & Co. (J. E. Johnston and L. Minis), ins agts, 

28 Kimball House 
Johnston Malcolm, sec Ga. State Agrl Soc., r Peoples, nw cor 

Amos, W. E 
Johnston Mark, elk State School Commr, r Peeples, sw cor 

Amos, W. E 
Joiner Hansel, butcher J. O'Neill, r 143 Walton 
Joiner John C, elk J. A. Watson, bds 72 S. Forsyth 
JOINER, see also JOYNER 
Jones Adam (c), coachman, A. Leyden, r ws Butler, 1st s of 

E. Cain 
Jones Alfred (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Jones Andrew (c), porter Pullman Car Co., r 116 E. Ellis 
Jones Andrew E., machinist Sou. Agrl Wks 
Jones Annie Miss, r 49 E. Alabama 
Janes Arminius B., manager Hitchcock & Walden, r 30 Mc- 

Donough 
Jones Augustus (c), lab, r es Terry, e of Crumley 
Jones-Benjamin, carpenter, bds es W. & A. R. R., n of Spring- 
Jones Benjamin (c), porter S. W. Hay, r 110 Haynes 
Jones Betsy, wid John, r ns Gordon, w of Lee, W. E 
Jones CaJvin S. Jr., elk city treasury, bds Fulton House 
Jones Charles, carpenter, bds es W. & A. R. R., n of Spring 
Jones Charles (c), lab, r 133 Stonewall 
Jones Charles ( ). Rev. (c), pastor Pleasant Grove Bap. Church, 

r IIS E. Cain 
Jones Clifton, agt A. &. W. Pt. R. R,, bds 42 W. Peters 
Jones Cordelia A., wid J. A., bds 29 N. Calhoun 
Jones Darion G., bkkpr A. C. &. B. F. Wyly, r Harris, nw 

cor Hi I Hard 
Jones Dunwoody, with H. A. Fuller, r Corners, Ga 
Jones Edward I)., bkkpr Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r Walnut, 

ne cor Forsyth 
JONES EDWARD L., pres City Bank of Atlanta, r 27 

Hood 
JONES ELIAS H.., with SHOLES' DIRECTORIES, 24 

S. Broad, bds National Hotel 

T^fTrfa IVf *Vr P IF?' H 1 ia thorouerhly equipped, and FIRST- 

A, 1JIIS' i"i « QL V « A*?® *%>,« CLASS in every respea. 



"P n"D "P"D "PTP TTT Rates to or from North. East or West, apply to R. A. 
A UIl X HJj±vJHl Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

JON 242 JON 

Jones Frank (c), waiter R. G. Thompson, r 22 James 

Jones Freeman W., soldier, r ds Wells, n of Holland 

Jones George (e), lab, r 7 Chattahoochee 

Jones George I., with Langston & Crane, r Griffin, Ga 

Jones George M., carpenter W. & A. R. R.. r 40 W. Simpson 

Jones George P., driver St. R. R. ( 'o 

Jones Granville (c), lab, r 12 Fuller 

Jones Henry, bailiff, r es Marietta rd, Bellwood 

Jones Henry (c), driver Atlanta Rolling Mill, r rear 61 Mc- 
Daniel 

Jones Henry, editor, r 63 Spring 

Jones Henry (c), grocer, 38 Hilliard, r 12 Fain- al 

Jones Henry (c), lal>, rill Stonewall 

Jones Henry (c), lab, r 101 W. Foundry 

Jones Henry H., elk, r 117 Whitehall 

Jones Hiram 1 ., trav agt, r 112 S. Pryor 

Jones Jackson (c), drayman, r 163 Houston 

Jones James (c), lab, r 285 N. Calhoun 

Jones James (c), lab, r 19 Scofield 

Jones James B., grocer, 7* Decatur 

Jones James H., lab, r 277 N. Calhoun 

Jones James R., elk Fulton House 

Jones James V., farmer, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Jones James W., tinner, r 4-2 King 

Jones Jeremiah (c), lab, r 32 Victoria 

Jones John, r 383 Peachtree 

Jones John (c), miller, r Connally, nwcor Richmond 

Jones John (c), porter, r 141 Luckie 

Jones John, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 27 Corput 

Jones John Rev., D. I)., r 104 McDonough 

Jones John, saloon, 45 S. Broad 

Jones John (c), wks D. N. Judson, r 16 McDonough 

Jones John. Jr. (Jones A: Co.), r 149 S. Forsyth 

JONES JOHN B. (c), grocer, 150 Decatur" 

Jones John C, lawyer, 18 Whitehall, bds 104 McDonfough 

Jones John F. (c), barber L. Schelpert, r 5 Peachtree 

JONES JOHN F., elk Sec of State, r 363 Whitehall 

JONES JOHN G., mer tailor, 1 E. Alabama, r 118 Peach- 
tree. iSee back cover.) 

Jones John M., elk L. Dean & Son. bds 348 Marietta 

Jones John T.. carpenter A-L. Ry., and grocer, 65 Martin 

Jones Joseph, waiter Markham House 

UNDERTAKING I!Er ^&£m ^M^^S^^ 3 



best Gbate, Steam vnd Blacksmith's Coals, by imsbel or 
car-load, J. 0. KIMBALL. ">l Alabama, and 72 Marietta. 

JON 243 JON 



Jones Joseph T., painter, r 32 Bartow- 
Jones Joshua (<•), porter Kimball House 
Jones Joshua C. (Gammon & Jones), r '251 W. Mitchell 
Jones J. M. Rev. (el, pastor Macedonia Baptist Ch 
Jones Lavinia C, wid Paul, bds 35 Wheat 
Jones Lawrence L., elk P. Jones, bds Kimball House 
Jones Lee (c), lab, r L'54 W. Foundry 

Jones Leonidas P., elk J. C. & J. Carter, bds 29 N. Calhoun 
Jones Lewis (c), driver J. C. Huff, r 152 Fraser 
Jones Littleton G\, localagt W. & A. R. R., bds 108 Marietta 
Jone> Madison (c), waiter B. II. Hill, Jr 
Jones Mary Mrs., bds 70 Ivy 
Jones Mary wid X. R., bds 74 Manguni 
Jones Moses (c), carpenter, r 25 Martin 
Jones Moses (c), driver W. S. Wilson A: Bro., r as Pine, \v ot 

Blackmon 
Jones Nannie Mrs., bds 157 Decatur 

Jones Nicholas J. (c), groeer, 75 W. Peters, r 63 Form wait 
JONES OLIVER H., livery, sale and ivvA stable, 51 S. 

Loyd, r 51 E. Hunter 
Jones Oscar (e), carpenter, r ws Venable, 1st n of Hunnicutt 
Jones Otis, shoemkr W. J. Malone, bds39| Whitehall 
Jones Paul liquors, 27 E. Alabama, bds Kimball House 
Joues Polly Miss, bds es W. & A. R. R., n of Spring- 
Jones Pompey (e), cook R. G. Thompson 
Jones P. J., train hand W. & A. R. R., r Vinings Sta 
Jones Ransom, machinist, r 102 N. Collins 
Jones Reps M. (Fears & Johnes), bds 67 N. Prvor 
Jones Richard (c), drayman, r 13 Robbins 
Jones Richard (c), lab, r 14 Scofield 

Jones Richard (c), shoemkr A. J. Delbridge, r 116 E. Ellis 
Jones Robert, blacksmith Porter & Meakin 
Jones Robert (c), fireman Kimball House 
Jones Robert (e), porter F. Corput, r 112 Havnes 
Jones Russell H. (c), shoemkr, 39 S. Prvor, r' 28 Clifford 
Jones Samuel H., carpenter, r 1 74 Loyd 
Jones Sarah ( '., wid John, r 414 E. Fair 
Jones Sarah E., wid W. B., bds 177 Davis 
Jones Saunders P., elk P. Jones, bds Kimball House 
Jones Seaborn A., elk Nat. Surg-. Inst 
Jones Solomon (c), lab, r 14 S. Fort 
Jones Stephen (c), driver Amos Fox, r 224 N. Fort 

IHZOSIIEIR/SlT. £VHrrEHT L r NTAT "HEN ASEUB'S, 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville. PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESA.W ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

JON 244 JOY 

Jones Talbert H., elk J. B. Jones, r 31 E. Alabama 

Jones Thomas M., watchman, r 54 Chattahoochee 

Jones Thomas S., lab, r -7. Ella 

Jones Walter P., elk P. Jones, -bds Kimball House 

Jones Warren (c), lab, r ns Gordon, W. E 

Jones Wiley (c), lab, r 52 Victoria 

Jones William (c), lab, r 183 N. Calhoun 

Jones William, molder Winship & Bro., bds 39 Alexander 

Jones William, soldier, r ns Greens Ferry av, W. E 

Jones William A., elk G. H. Holliday & Co., r 96 Crew 

Jones William H., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r rear 136 W. 

Baker 
Jones William L., molder Porter & Meakin, r 133 Hunter 
Jones William L. Jr., policeman, r 133 E. Hunter 
Jones William O., bkkpr O. H. Jones, bds 51 E. Hunter 
Jones Willis (c), porter, r5 Pulliam 
Jones W. T., train hand W. & A. R. R., r Dalton, Ga 

JONES & CO-, (John Jones Jr., and ), whol liquors, 

cigars and tobacco, and beer bottlers, 35 S. Broad 
Joplin Milton (c), lab, r 300 W. Mitchell 
Jor4an Alexander, tobacco dealer, bds Markham House 
Jordan Charles (c), porter Gilreath & Sloan, r 76 Magazine 
Jordan Charles W. machinist, r Smith, nr cor Rawson 
Jordan Gilbert (c), lab, r IS E. Mitchell 
Jordan James (c), wks J. M. Smith, r E. Alabama, nr Loyd 
Jordon Nancy, wid Crawford, bds 10 E. Chapel 
Jordan Sarah A. wid J. B.', r 257 E. Hunter 
Jordan S. R, Mrs., lunch room 220 AV. Peters 
Jordan Thomas, carpenter, r 11 Spring 
Jordan William, r 229 Martin 

Jordan William H., with J. J. Williams & Co., r 288 Peach- 
tree 
Joseph Frank (c), lab, r 260 Jones 
Joseph Philip (c), painter, r 73 Hilliard 
Josey Robert (c), drayman, r Fort, sw cor E. Cain 
Jourdon M. J., wid Lee, bds 57 Marietta 
Jourdan Reuben T., conductor, r 39 X. Forsyth 
Jourdan Warren, with J. Lynch, bds 57 Marietta 
Joy Andrew J., woodworker J. M. Smith bds 148 Marietta 
Joyce Richard (c), driver Elsas, May & Co., r 7 Castleberry 
Joyce Richmond (c), driver, r rear 117 S. Forsyth 
Joyner Richard A., elk E. S. Gay, bds 37 Walton 

A* 1? /if?*1r»! 4', IrfelP.-gS' «"<* Styles of SHIRTS are made at 
.JUlLjJLa ^MstJ&MMjmSB Shropshire's Sh irt Factory. 



"OR Oood Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER. L.AWSHE. 

JOY 245 KAY 



JOYNER WALTER R, with Jerry Lynch, and chief fire 
dept, r28 S. Broad 

JOYNER, see also JOINER 

Judah D. J., printer Sunny South, bds Callaway House 

Judge Thomas J., <-lk, bds 63 McDonough 

JUDSON DAVID N., marble works and iron railings, Ala- 
bama, se cor Loyd, r 239 S. Pryor. (See front fly A.) 

Judson William N., physician 8J Marietta, r 124 Fraser 

Jupiter John (c), farmer, r31 Dover 



K 



EEP IN REMEMBRANCE 

THAT ONLY FIRST CLASS WORK IS DONE AT 

MOTES' GALLERY. 

NO. 32 WHITEHALL ST. 

KADEL RICHARD, cooper F. Brown, r 62 W. Foundry 
Kaigler Scipio (c), porter G. W. Parrott & Bro 

Kane Bridget Mrs., grocer, 164 W. Mitchell 

Kane Michael, painter Longley & Robinson, r 24 Mechanic 

Kane Michael Jr., elk Regenstein & Kutz, bds 24 Me- 
chanic 

KANE, see also CAIN. 

Kanipe Dulcina, wid John, r ws McAfee, 2d n of Alexander 

Kanipe Frank, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r ws McAfee, 
2d n of Alexander 

Karr Georgia A. Miss, wks Elsas, May & Co., bds ss E. 4th r 
1st e of Peachtree 

Karr John A., elk J. A. Watson, r Haynes, cor Chapel 

Karr John M., wagon mkr 1 Peachtree rd, r ss E. 4th, Is e of 
Peachtree 

KARR, see also CARR. 

Karwisch Bernard, elk H. Karwisch 

KARWISCH HENRY, grocer, baker and saloon, 91 & 93 
Decatur. (See index to adv.) 

Kates George W., bkkpr A. C. Ladd 

Kaufman David with M. & J. Hirsch, r ws Formwalt, s of 
Fair 

Kaufman Samuel, elk, r 23 E. Alabama 

Kavanaugh Nellie Mad., r 62 S. Pryor 

Kay William, soldier, r 61 W. Humphries 

"D A CJCJT?TVTr< T?T)C OO W r-^T with fewer changes via JVC. €*S 
ST XlOO£jiN UrJCiZSD O. I=t. JFt. than by »ny other route. 

10 



T?VnTTT?C!TnTT TTHTT'P'T'C! to the Virginia Sprinesand Northern 
LAW U IwlUIN 1 IUXILi 1 Hesorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

KEA 246 KEL 



Kean Jane, wid Robert T., bds 225 Decatur 

Kearney Patrick, policeman, r 8 Pulliam 

Kearsey Elliott J., cabinetmkr L. M. Hall & Co., r 93 Xel- 

Mlll 

Keaton Paul, student, bds Callaway House 

Keel William H., trainhand \V. & A. R. R 

KEELY JOHN (M. A. J. Taylor & Co.), and drygoods, 

shoes, notions, etc, 62 and 64 Whitehall, bds 109 S. Pryor 
Keese E. E,, with Clayton & Webb 
Keese William S., mer, r Irwin, sw cor Lee, W. E 
Kehoe Eliza, wid Jeremiah, bds 168 Mangum 
Keirsey William, carpenter, r 48 Gartrell 
Keith Charles J., shipping' elk W. & A. R. Ii., bds VVilson 

House 
Keith Eugene (c), porter Atlanta Nat Bank, r 50 Spring 
KEITH JASPER L, propr Wilson House, 31 E. Alabama. 

_ (See page 88.) 
Keith Jefferson (c), lab, r 23 Magazine 
Keith Wallace (c), driver Dr. Win. Abram Love 
Keith William (c), porter Atlanta Savings Bank of (fa., r rear 

239 Wheat 
Keith William (c), lab, r rear 239 Wheat 
Kellam John F., elk, J. H. Starks, bds 31 Hayden 
Kellam Mary, wid David S., r 31 Hayden 
Keller Charles (c), drayman, r 306 W. Mitchell 
Keller David, shipping elk Sou. AgrJ Wks, bds 16 E. Cain 
Keller Frank (c), wks Elsas, May & Co., r 206 W. Mitchell 
Keller S. F. (Keller & Co.). r 33 N. Forsyth 

Keller & Co. (S. F. Keller and ), com mers, ()* Peachtree 

Kellett Emma, wid William, r SQ Terry 

Kellev Amanda, wid Reuben, r 11 Spring 

Kelley 15. G., bds 25 W. Hunter 

Kellev Frank \\\, elk H. M. Scott & Co., r Decatur, Ga 

Kelley John, saloon. Wall, cor Pryor, r 31 Victoria 

Kellogg Jane ( '. Mrs., teacher, bds 148 Fillmore 

Kelly Benjamin, watehmkr, 12 Ivy 

Kelly Catharine Mrs., r ss Trenhelm, w Of Peters 

Kelly Floyd, fireman A-L. Ry., bds 144 Luckie 

Kellv I sham (c), hostler St. R. R. Co., r 47 Martin 

Kelly James, wks A-L. Ry., r 82 Terry 

Kelly Joseph (c), drayman, r 275 Richardson 

Kelly Martha, wid Leander, r ss Mills, nr Lovejoy 

Cheapest Undertaking VL3ESSiJ9SE3^uL.m»m 9 .m 



THE BEST COALS gBffig& tffcgj™" ALL,a > 

KEL 247 KEN 

Kelly Michael, heater Atlanta Rolling Mill, r33 Victoria 
Kelly Robert (c), porter, r 275 Richardson 
Kelly RobertG. R., machinist WinshipA Bro.>bds 144 Luckie 
Kellv Waddy (c), porter Hall man A; ( landler, r 27") Richardson 
Relly William S., bkkpr J. Keely, bds *r> E. Garnett 
Kelsay William F., physician, rssGa. II. R., nr Grant 
Kelsey Fannie, wid Joel, r 23 \V. Mitchell 
Kelsey Richard (c), gardener Hon. A. 11. Colquitt 
Keltner Harriett, wid George, r 271 Jones 
Keltner John, elk Thomas A: Johnson 
Keltner Thomas W., carpenter, r 224 Haynes 
Keltner Washington, shbemkr, 7 S. Broad, r 132 Magazine 
Kelton William (c), lab, r 46 W. & A. R. K 
Kemp George V., foreman Eddleman & Brown, r32 Peachtree 
Kemp Henry, (c), lab, r 11 Ella 

Kemp Henry (c), painter, rConnally, bet Richmond and Rich- 
ardson 
Kendle Edward (c), fireman A-L. Ry 
Kendrick Abel (c), lab, r 23 Pettis 
Kendrick Clark (c), barber K. Watts 
Kendrick David P., bailiff, r ns Foundry 2d, w of Davis 
Kendrick Edward S., furniture, r 225 Whitehall 
Kendrick Gustavus (c), lab, r es Bell, nr Foster 
KENDRICK JOHN R., lawyer, Alabama, ne cor Pryor, r 

31 Washington 
Kendrick Samuel' S., furniture, 38 Marietta, r 93 Washington 
Kendrick William (c), shoemkr Lacv Beck, r rear County 

Jail 
Kendrick William B., ajjt University Pub. Co., r 49 Mari- 

etta 
Kennedy Ann, wid James, bds 24 W. Foundry 
Kennedy Carrie, wid Robert, r 95 W. Simpson 
Kennedy Doe., printer Constitution, bds Callaway House 
Kennedy George W., carpenter, r 167 Decatur 
Kennedy Henry P. (Crichton, Kennedy & Co.), bds Collins, 

se cor Ellis 
Kennedy Hugh, gardener, r 119 Davis 
Kennedy James machinist Winship cfc'Bro., bds 119 Davis 
Kennedy James W., dentist, r 257 Washington 
Kennedy Jane Mrs., dressmkr, 61 Whitehall 
Kennedy Jennie Miss, bds Collins, se cor E. Ellis 
Kennedy John, lab, r 256 Decatur 

Fashionable . Clothiers, co » E ^ 3 SklfffiSff*- 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via. 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

KEN 248 KIC 

Kennedy John G., engineer W. vfe A. R. R., r 32 W. Foundry 

Kennedy J. H., fireman Ga. R. R 

Kennedy Mary Miss, milliner, 57 Whitehall, r 5 Puiliara 

Kennedy Sinn.n, r 7 Pulliam 

Kennedy Thomas H., bkkpr Nunnally, Hallman & Co., r 154 

Rawson 
Kennedy Thomas P., elk I. J. Prim, r 127 Fraser 
Kennedy William A. W., lab, bds 256 Decatur 
Kennedy W. A., shoemkr, 256 Decatur 
Kennesaw Mills Co., R. H. Richards, pres ; 26 E. Alabama 
Kennedy Francis M., with Dunn, Ogletree & Co., r ws Wer- 
ner av, s of Jones 
KENNY P. J., restaurant and saloon, 7 E. Alabama, r 31 

Washington. (See page 93.) 
Kenny Theresa A., wid M. E., r 159 Haynes 
Kent Annie Miss, seamstress, r 39^ Whitehall 
Kent Columbus D., carpenter, r ws Savannah, s of Ga. R. R 
Kent Rachel E , wid John, r rear 23 Venable 
Kent William R., watchman, r 89 Moore 

Kenyon Jesse P., carpenter W. & A. R. R., bds 210 Haynes 
Kenyon William, asst supt W. & A. R. R., r 210 Haynes 
Kernodle Columbus C, asst baggage master Union Depot, r 

23 Crew, s of Fulton 
Kernodle George, wks W. & A. R. R 
Kerr James S., wks H. Crankshaw & Co , 
Kerr John Y., carpenter, rill Chapel 
Kershaw Cassie, wid James, bds 267 Jones 
Kershaw John, machinist W. S. Withers, r 97 E. Hunter 
Kershaw John, Jr., machinist A-L. Ry., bds 97 E. Hunter 
Kershaw William, machinist Porter & Meakin, r 185 E. 

Hunter 
Ketchum Sarah E. wid R. E., r 416 Whitehall 
Ketner John H., with Kennesaw Mill Co., r 33 Richardson 
Key Ann, wid W., bds 47 Walton. 
Key Daniel (c), driver, r rear 53 E. Mitchell 
Keys Crawford, fireman A-L. Ry 
Keys P. A., engineer A-L. Rv 
K'hilo Kodesh G'emilas Chesed, Rev. E. B. M. Browne, rabbi; 

synagogue, Forsyth, se cor Garnett 
Kicklighter Charles J., grocer, 104 Whitehall, r ss Baugh, w 

of Lee, W. E 
Kicklighter Frederick T., shipping elk Moore, Marsh & Co., 

r 23 Larkin 



TL- A«ii M/ Jrtl Qnnr\lnn\ n a Special t y, and the best In use. ER 

I he Arundel spectacle laSv^hk, sole Ag em in Atlanta. 

KIC 249 KIN 

Kicklighter Mary A., wid Frederick, r 128 W. Fair 

Kicklighter Spencer ('., elk Moore. Marsh & Co., r W. Peach- 
tree, n\v cor Pino 

Kidd William, r 5 Whitehall 

Kiddoo Amanda C. Mrs., teacher Haynes St School, r 159 
Haynes 

Kilby Peyton P., grocer, 221 Marietta, r 133 W. Baker 

Kilby William J., tailor Muse, Swift & Gregg, r 207 E. 
Hunter 

Kile Napoleon B., blacksmith, bds Chapel, se cor Barracks av 

Kile Thomas, broker, r 47 Peachtree 

Kile Thrasher, painter, bds Chapel, se cor Barracks av 

Kile William C, saloon, 45 S. Broad, and county coroner, r 
( lhapel, se cor Barracks av 

KILE, see also KYLE 

Kilev John J., miller Butler & Carroll, r 247 E. Fair 

Kiley Patrick, r 39 Rhodes 

Kilgo Samuel (c), driver James ('oven 

Kilgrove Andrew J., elk, M. E. Maher. bds 168 Mangura 

Kilpatrick William, lab, res Marietta rd, nr Bellwood 

Kimball Charles, baker, 22 W. Mitchell 

Kimball Fanny, wid Frank, r 355 E. Fair 

Kimball Hannibal I., pres Atlanta Cotton Factory Co., r 
Peachtree, n\v cor Kimball 

KIMBALL HOUSE. -L R. Campbell, propr; ws Pryor, bet 
I >ecatur and Wall 

KIMBALL JOHN C, coal, lime, etc., 54 E. Alabama, r 50 
Walton. (See top lines and back of title.) 

Kimball Joseph W., news depot, postoffice, bds 135 W. 
Mitchell ' 

Kim hall Lindsey (c), lab, r 12 Bradbury 

Kimball Shadrack (e), lab, r 73 Gullatt 

Kimball , painter, bds 77 Decatur 

Kimbro Benjamin F., cirpenter A-L. Ry 

Kimbro Emma, wid William, r ns Maysons Ferry rd, Bell- 
wood 

Kimbro John W., elk, r 22 X. Collins 

Kimbro Miranda, wid J. W.. r 22 X. Collins 

Kimbro Kiley P. S., r 9 Houston 

Kimbro William (c), shoemkr, 75 W. Peters 

Kimbro William T., barkpr R. J. LoyalL r :) Peachtree 

Kincannon Samuel F., elk Hitchins & Bro., r 95 X. Calhoun 

nnf^^i V,f Jk> f^ "O O >■" thorottsrhly equipped, and FIRST* 
A "11. IT ±jJL* GLK^m A\» JtV« CLASS in every re.-pea. 



T*r\ CT7 n T T T> IT Speed. Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE. 
JL \J O H. V^i U XX Ji< KEJVNESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 

KIN 250 KIR 



Kindley Frederick, elk J. J. Falvev, r 208 N. Collins 

King Albert S., elk W. E. Cater & Co., r 96| Whitehall 

King Alexander C, lawyer, 25 Whitehall, bds 127 Ivy 

King Beniah S., farmer, r 27 Chapel 

King Charles H. (c), lab, r 153 E. Ellis 

King Daniel (c), carpenter, r ns E. Harris, 3d w of Rolling 

Mill 
King Da'niel (<•), drayman, r 153 W. Fair 
King Edward P., bkkpr A-L. Ry„ r 127 Ivy 
King Emanuel (e), shoemkr, 245 W.Peters, r rear 105 Walker 
King Ferdinand (Alexander & King), and propr New Medi- 
cines, 5 W. Alabama, bds 61 W. Mitchell 
King George W., pedier, r 226 N. Calhoun 
King Henry (e), painter, r 287 N. Calhoun 
KingHilliard (c), porter Clayton & Webb, r 74 Hilliard 
King John (c), porter, r rear 82 N. Calhoun 
King John G., ins agt, 59^ S. Broad, r 127 Ivy 
Kino- John H., watchman Rolling Mill, r Marietta nr Rolling 

'Mill 
King John P., pres A. & W. Pt. R. R., r Augusta, Ga 
King Joshua Jr.. elk, r 26 Whitehall 
King Joseph L., r 303 Whitehall 
King J. O., elk, bds 150 Whitehall 
King Laura Miss, seamstress, bds 9 Mangum 
King Preston (c), butler R. C. Foute, r 101 E. Cain 
King Robert (c), coupler W. & A. R. R., r 147 Davis 
King Rufus (c), lab, r 23 Crumley 
King Tally (c), truckman W. & A. R. R., r 16 Wells 
King Thomas S., postal elk U. S. Rv. M. S.. r Marietta, nr 

Rolling MiU 
King William (c), lab. r 132 Ira 
King William (c), lab, r 7 State 

King William A., elk J. A. DeFoor, r 137 W. Peters 
King Willis A. policeman 

Kingsbery Charles S., with Edwin Bates & Co., r 98 E. Ellis 
Kingsbery Edwin, with Moore, Marsh & Co., r 41 E. Mitchell 
Kingsbery Joseph (Moon', Marsh & Co.), bds HE Cain 
Kinnebrew David ic), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Kinnebrew Simon (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Kirbo Martha Mrs., seamstress, r 212 Elliott 
KIRBY FRANCIS A., lawyer, r 31 N. Pryor 
Kirby Henry (c), lab, r 59 Foster 

-l — >-f- -I — r ~m~K^T has the FINEST HEARSE in the Statft, 
l""S II I I i M i 2L 26 W. Alabama. (See page 90.) 



Castle Rock Coal, K^?- 1 



J. i\ KIMBALL, 64 A-iahama. 



KIR 251 KNO 



Kircher Ferdinand, shoemkr S. Long, bds 10 N. Forsyth 
Kirkham Mary, wid Robert, bds 122 S. Forsyth 
Kirkland William, farmer, r ss Glenn, nr Grant 
Kirkpatrick H. Annie, wid William, bds 143 Jones 
Kirkpatriok John C. (T. M. Clarke & Co.), r 54 W. Baker 
Kirksey George W., engineer Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 620 Ma- 
rietta 
Kirtland Isaac (c), lab, r 114 Magazine 
Riser John B., elk M. P. Riser, bds 378 S. Prvor 
Kiser John F. (M. C. <fc J. F. Riser & Co.), bds Kimball 

House 
Kiser Marion C. (M. C. & J. F. Kiser & Co.), r 61 Wheat 
KISER MERIWETHER P., dry goods and notions, 77 

Whitehall, r 378 S. Prvor 
KISER M. C & J. F. & CO. (M. C. and J. F. Riser, W. S. 
Everett and W. E. Ricjan\ whol dry goods, boots, shoes,, 
hats, caps, etc., 15 and 16 S. Prvor , 
Kitchinws Abraham (e), cook P. J. Kenny 
Klaitz William, elk Beermann A: Ktihrt, r 19 Formwalt 
K I asset Andrew, engineer, r 55 W. Hunter 
Rlasset Andrew, shoemkr, 47 S. Broad, r 100 Nelson 
Kl asset Andrew, Jr., elk. bds 100 Nelson 
Klasset Charles, upholsterer, r 19 Stonewall 
Klasset Charles, Jr., elk, bds 100 Nelson 
Klasset John, book binder, bds 100 Nelson 
Klasset William, wks Heinz & Berkele, bds 100 Nelson 
Kleinert George, bottler Atlanta C B. Co., r Brotherton, w of 

Whitehall 
Kline Jacob, captain Co. E., 18th Inf., r 14 McPherson Bar- 
racks 
Knapp Reginald H., bkkpr Wm. McNaught &Co., r es Wash- 
ington, nr limits 
Kneeland G. H., bds Kimball House 
Kneeland i homas, r 5 Decatur 
Knight Clara C, wid G. \V., bds 36 Forrest av 
Knight Harry (c), hostler Billard tfc Alien, r countv 
R night James, pnddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 27 Corput 
Knight John, elk Gas Lt. Co., r 79 Terry 
Knight Joseph N., blacksmith A-L. Ry., r 218 Decatnr 
Knight Julia, wid A., bds 290 Peachtree 
Knights of Pythias Hall, 56 Peachtree 
Knous August, wks Atlanta City Brewery 

Cents' Furnishing Goods ^^^e v h a aVi! tyatcOHEN<fcSEI ' ,G ' s ' 



FOR INFORM A T ION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
Ease and West, apply to B. W. WREN>\ Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

KNO 252 KUH 

Knott Charles, r 180 Marietta 

Knott James, lab, r 130 Jones av 

Knott James J., physician, 10 W. Wall, r 128 X. Collins 

Knott John, engineer A. &. W. Pt. R. R. 

Knott Joseph (c), lab, r ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 

Knowles F. M., conductor Pullman Car Co 

Knowles George AV., shoemkr W. G. Malone, r 130 Thomp- 
son 

Knox James C, 29 AV. Alabama 

Knox Marv, wid Janus, bds 154 X. Collins 

Knox Peter J , (Speer & Knox), bds 132 Decatur 

Koch Frederick (Koch A' Bro.), r ns E. Harris, e of Randolph 

Koch William I Koch A' Bro.), bds ns E. Harris, e of Randolph 

Koeh & Bro«. (F. and W. Koch), butchers, 34 Marietta 

Kolb A. (L. C. Frev & Co.), r 7 Whitehall 

Kollock M. F.. bds' 132 S. Forsyth 

Kontz A. L., conductor Pullman Car Co., r 70 Marietta 

Kontz Christian, farmer, r 7(5 Marietta 

Kontz Lena, wid Henry, r 101 W. Mitchell 

Kontz Wilhelm B., elk", bds 70 Marietta 

Kreis Augustus, meat market, r ws Humphries, s of Glenn . 

Kreis George AV., supt Oglethorpe Park, r AV. A A. R. R., 
Bell wood 

Kreis Jacob, butcher, r ws Peeples, s of Gordon. W. E 

Kreis Jacob, dyer, 9 E. Mitchell 

Kreis Julius (J. Kreis & Co.), r Kreis, nr limits 

Kreis J. A- Co. I J. Kreis and J. At. McGuirk), butchers, 135 
Whitehall 

Kreis Michael, butcher, r 210 Whitehall 

Kreis Philip, tailor, r 55 W. Hunter 

Kreisle Alexander (Steinheimer A Kreisle), bds 267 Whitehall 

Kretehnicr Joseph, harnessmkr J. R. Maxwell, r 109 Houston 

Krog Frederick, engineer A-L., Ry., r 342 Decatur 

Krog Jane, wid Frederick, r 342 Decatur 

Krouse Harry (H. Krouse A Co.), r 58 E. Harris 

KROUSE H. & CO. (H. Krouse and ), auction, com 

mersand real estate agts, 28 Prachtree 

Kruger Edward H., music teacher, 3| Marietta, r 07 AV. 
Harris 

Kuehler August, watchman Ga. R. P., r Ga. R. R., cor Collins 

Kuegler George, butcher H. G. Shields, r Gilmer, nr Decatur 

Kulin Anthony J., supt Atlanta City Brewing Co., r Calhoun, 
cor Harris 



TQJT A PT TQlTTTi IX 18r,0 -> Er Lawsne's Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 
XjO -LriDLlliiJilDlJ Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 

KUH 253 LAI 



Kuhns Julius (W. Kuhns & Son), bds 185 Luckie 

Kuhns William (W. Kuhns & Son), r 185 Luckie 

Kuhns William T., with W. Kuhns & Son, bds 185 Luckie 

Kuhns \V. & Son (\V. and J. H. Kuhns), photographers, 37 

Whitehall 
Kuhrt Henry G. (Beermann & Kuhrt), r 209 Whitehall 
Kuhtman Richard ( '., driver Brown A: Ryan 
Kutz Gabriel S. (Regenstein & Kutz), r New York 
Kutz Max, elk, r Formwalt, ne cor Fair 
Kutzschan Rudolph, stonecutter, r 54 E. Harris 
Kyle Cynthia L., wid John, r 82 X. Calhoun 
Kyle Robert, supt Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 492 Marietta 
KYLE, sec also KILE 

ETNO ONE FAIL TO 

SKi IRK THE SHADOW ERE THE SUBSTANCE FADES." 

The place to do it is at MOTES', 
NO. 32 WHITEHALL ST. 



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LACKEY GEORGE W., shoemkr, r 241 Marietta 
Lacker Mollie Mrs. bds 222 Mangum 
LADD ALONZO C , Lime, cement, fertilizers, &c, 9 8. Broad, 

r 311 Whitehall 
Ladd Daniel B., lightning r<><\>. 31 S. Broad, r 92 Wheat 
Ladies Hebrew Benevolent Society, Mrs. Julia H. Titlebaum, 

sec;, Forsyth, se cor Garnett 
LaFavette Block, - Mitchell, nr Broad 
Lafontaine Edward L., painter W. & A. R. R., bds Lowe, ne 

cor Spencer 
Lafontaine James, cabinetmkr, bds Lowe, ne cor Spencer 
Lafontaine James M., carpenter, \>d< 46 Ivy 
Lafontaine John A., machinist W. & A. R. R., bds Lowe, ne 

Spencer 
Lafontaine William, turner Traynham & Lewin, r Ivy, cor 

Houston 
LAGOMARSINO JOHN", confectionery and fruit, 4 \\ hite- 

hall, and candy rnnfr-8 Whitehall, r DOS. Pryor. (See 

page 89.) 
LaHatt Julius H., elk (i. Schultz, r \\ est End 
Laird Eli, train hand A. & W. Pt. R. R 

7*-* T^ /tr~i t ^-^ «— «i Bborrer bv the NJ. & C. R. R. t^au u > 
S"S 1^ /B T B 4rc^r ^ any oilier route tuajl puims <» eel. 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CAR3, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

LAI 254 LAN 

Laird John A., elk W. Laird, bds 203 Rawson 

Laird Richard W., carpenter, r 26 Rock 

Laird Thomas, wks A-Ij., Ry., r 26 Rock 

Laird William, grocer, 197 Whitehall, r 203 Rawson 

Lamar Charles A. elk J. C. Whitner & Son, r Edgewood 

Lamar George (c), lab, r rear 102 N. Collins 

Lamar George (c), lunch room, 273 W. Peters, r 131 Maga- 
zine 

Lamar Henry J. (Hunt, Rankin & Lamar), r Macon, Ga 

Lamar Jame's (c), lab, r 218 W. Mitchell 

Lamar Jame< (c), lab. r 195 W. Peters 

Lamar James (c), student, r 17 Rawson 

Lamar John (c), lab, r ns Baugh, w of Lee, W. E 

LAMBERT ALPHONSE, propr Central Nursery, Fair, se 
eor Wood, r Wood, s of Fair 

Lambert Ann C, wid W. J., bds 100 Chapel 

Lambert Catharine Mrs. grocer, 201 Chapel 

Lambert James F,., lab, bds 201 Chapel 

Lambert Joseph, gardener, r 158 W. Simpson 

Lambert William F., baker, bds 201 Chapel 

Lampkin Robert (c), wl-.sH. A. Agricola, r rear 46 Church 

LAND WILLIAM J., analytical chemist, and -chemist Dept 
of Agriculture, 1 Line, cor Peachtree, r 53 E. Cain. (See 
page 90.) 

Landauer Sigmund, with Sou. Agrl Wks, bds 16 E. Fair 

Landers Letitia, wid Thornbury, r 127 Marietta 

Landis Solomon, pattern and model mkr, 31 S. Broad, r county 

Landrum John N., elk A. O. M. (Jay <X: Co., r 41 Church 

Landrum Lafayette (e), lab, r 248 W. Mitchell 

Landrum Nathan (c), porter, r 248 W. Mitchell 

Landrum Simeon 11. (Landrum & Gilbert), r Scott, ne cor Mills 

Landrum A: Gilbert (S. H. Landrum and M. S. Gilbert), gro- 
cers, 54 Peachtree 

Lane Jackson (c), carpenter, r 165 N. Fort 

Langford Lawson B., with J. \V. Phillips & Co., bds 61 Ma- 
rietta 

Langgesser Emii, bkkpr Atlanta City Brewing Co., r 57 W. 
Garnett 

Laugley John B„ constable, 18 Whitehall, r 136 Crew 

Langley Sophia Mrs., r es Fort, n of Pine 

Langster B. J., tradei, 51 Loyd 

Langston David B., with Langston & Crane, bds 4 Wheat 

_CDJ_lJ — 1 I P I JL , 26 W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



Castls Rock Ccal> the 



J. <'. Kitiinu., 51 Alabama and 72 Marietta. 



LAN 255 LAT 



Langston Elijah \V., carpenter, r 29 Merritts av 
Langston Elizabeth, wid James, bds 29 Merritts av 
Langston Jeptha X. (Langston & Bellenger) r 341 Peachtree 
Langston Thomas L. (Langston & Crane), r 4 Wheat 
Langston William J., bolt cutter W. & A. R. R., r 27 Hull 
Langston & Bellenger (J. X. Langston and J. P. Bellenger) y 

stock yard, 59 W. Cain 
LANGSTON & CRANE (T, L. Langston, B. E. Crane, and 
George W. Williams, special), whol grocers and cotton fac- 
tors, 4b' and 48 E. Alabama, and warehouse Pryor, nw 
cor Hunter 
Lanier James B., watchman A. & W. Pt. R. R., r .'313 Marietta 
Lanier Lewis R., helper A-L. Rw, r 414 E. Fair 
Lanier Lewis R., lab, r 148 K. Ellis 
Lanier Randall (c), porter W. H. Grpen. r 222 X. Fort 
Lanier Townsend (e), porter, r 222 X. Fort 
Lanier W. P., r 97 Thompson 

Lanneau Julia L. Miss, teacher Ciew St. School, r 167 Jones 
Lannom George (c), hackman, r 184 W. Hunter 
Lansdell Je-se T., farmer, r us Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Lansdell William A., with Daniel & Marsh, r Greensboro, Ga 
Larabee Frank K., contractor, r 368 IS. Pryor 
Lard Mary A., wid T. J., r 185 Fillmore 
Lard Thomas, brakeman, r 1 Connally 

Larendon Walter &., conductor A-L. Ry.,bds Markham Souse 
Larkins Thomas, conductor Ga. R. R., bds 126 Decatur 
Lassetcr Andrew J., elk I. Bird, r es Lee, n of Cordon. \\ . E 
Lasseter Georgiana G., wid R. W., bds 26 N. Calhoun 
Lassetcr William (c), lab, r Richardson, sw cor Connally 
Laster Cliffoid (c), barkpr, r 38 Ga. R. R 
Laster John (c), lab, r 1 1 Bell 
Laster Shadr.ich (c), wks A-L. Ry., r 11 Bell 
Latham Adam (c), shoemkr, 1 Marietta, r 38 Hay den 
Latham James M., grocer, 12!» Chapel 
Latham Sarah A., wid A. B,, bds 389 Whitehall 
Latham Sophronia Mrs., boarding. 25 W. Hunter 
Latimer Albert (c), porter Simon- & Lee 
Latimer Alfred (c), candymkr F. E. Block, r ws Terry, ni- E. 

Fair 
Latimer Charles, r 103 Washington 
Latimer Henry (o. r rear 75 E. Hunter 

Latimer Horace A., cabinetmkr J. H. Govau, r rear 234 De- 
catur 

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TYYD T'DTTr'TTT Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
X UH -L XlUlluIl j. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

LAT 256 LEA 

Latimer Lewis (c), lab, res Randolph, n of E. Harris 

Latimer Nelson (c), lab, r es Randolph, n of E. Harris 

Latimer Nelson (c), painter, r 67 Richmond 

Lavender Hilliard (c), lab, r rear 457 Whitehall 

Law Frederick B., elk, bds 67 N. Prvor 

Law John H., agt, china, glass, etc., 28 Whitehall, r 61 8. 

Broad 
Law Mack, (c), waiter, r 10 Ivy 
Lawhorn Robert E., elk, r 26 E. Alabama 
Lawless Edith, wid G. W., r ss Maysons Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Lawless Frank M., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, rss Maysons rd, 

Bellwood 
Lawless John, lab, r ss Maysons Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Lawrence John D., elk Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, bds 87 N. 

Calhoun 
Lawrence Joshua, engineer, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Lawrence Samuel, r 87 N. Calhoun 
Lawrence Thomas, cook Beermann & Hape, r county 
Lawrence William H., porter, r rear 42 W. Peters 
Lawshe Eliza, wid Lewis, bds 111 Greens Ferry av 
LAWSHE ER, watches, clocks and jewelry, and optician, 47 

Whitehall, r 150 Peachtree. (See top lines.) 
Lawshe George, wks T. S. Lewis, bds 111 Greens Ferry av 
Lawshe John Z. (John M. Robinson ifc Co.), bds 150 Peachtree 
Lawshe William ( _'., r 237 Houston 
Lawshe William P., elk Er Lawshe, bds 150 Peachtree 
Lawson Jasper B., firmer, r W. Peachtree, bey limits 
Lawson John (c), barber J. J. Hoffman, r 33 Thompson 
Lawson Joseph T., with J. L. Winter & Co., r 189 Whitehall 
Lawton James L., 27 S. Broad, bds 63 Forrest av 
Lawton James S. Rev., associate editor Christian Index, and 

inspector of fertilizers, bds Markham House 
Lay David (c), student, r 62 Howell* 
Lay John T. (c), lab, r 12 Greens Ferry av 
Lay Joseph (c), tanner, r 12 Greens Ferry av 
Laymance Elijah M., carpenter \Y. & A. R. R., r 103 N. Collins 
Lea William \V\, builder, r Vine, nw cor Magazine 
Leadbetter Delilia. wid J. H. H., bds ns James, 1st e of W. 

Cain 
Leahy Michael, l<t lieut Co. I)., 18 Inf., r 29 McPherson Bar- 
racks 
Leak Allen (c), waiter H. F. Leak 



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LEA 257 LEF 

Leak Fletcher, elk J. Keely, bds 59 W. Mitchell 

Leak Harrison F. (Frierson t\: Leak), r 59 W. Mitchell 

Leak -lames T., printer V. P. Sisson & Co., r 51 Chapel 

Leak William J., pressman Constitution, r 51 Chapel 

Leake George, elk J. Ryan, bds 177 Whitehall 

Leake William C, route agt V . S. Ry. M. S 

Leamont John, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 49 Powers 

Learv Monroe (c), lab, r 81 Pratt 

Leas Julius, with W. Gray, bds 434 E. Fair 

Lechleidner Catherina, wid Louis, bds 124 Luckie 

Lee Alfred (c), lab, r OG Larkin 

Lee Allen (c), lab, r 27 Solomon 

Lee Alonzo F., carpenter M. Li pes, r 7 Newton 

Lee Andrew (c), carpenter, r N. Butler, se cor Baker 

Lee Carrie Mrs., r 2h Marietta 

Lee David J., carpenter, r ns Newton, w of Elliott 

Lee Elizabeth B., wid J. F., r 43 Rock 

Lee Elvira S., wid Harrison, r 77 Ga. R. R 

Lee Frank D., with J. C. Kimball, bds 82 S. Pryor 

Lee George (c), grocer, 170 Martin 

Lee George (c), porter, r 207 Martin 

Lee George W. (c), grocer, 150 Marietta 

LEE HENRY B.,' phvsician, 271 Whitehall, r 103 McDon- 

ough 
Lee Jesse M. (Simons & Lee), r 27 Luckie 
Lee John F., blacksmith W. & A. R. R., r 94 McDonough 
Lee John W. (Bush & Lee), r 75 Rock 
Lee Joseph, student, bds 210 Haynes 
Lee Lucius, hostler O. H. Jones 
Lee Milo (c), lab, r 7 Bailey 
Lee Missouri, wid Marcus, r 154 N. Collins 
Lee Priscilla, wid John, r 55 N. Butler 
Lee Robert E. (c), barber Bentley & Minor 
Lee Salathia, wid W. J., r 51 Chapel 
Lee Sarah A., wid Warren, r 72 S. Forsyth 
Lee Seabron (c), plasterer, r ns Currier, e of Fort 
Lee Thomas (c), slater, r 30 Foster 

Lee Warren (c), carpenter J. Nolly, r ns Irwin, w of Lee, W.E 
Lee Washington (c), waiter, r 280 N. Fort 
Leftwich James T. Rev. D. D., pastor Central Presbyterian 

Church, r 51 Washington 
LefWich M. (c), porter Pullman Car Co 

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LEM 258 LEW 



Lemke Charles, harnessmkrD. Morgan, bds 161 W. Foundry 
Lemoine George (P. C. Lemoine A: Co.), bds 143 Walton 
Lemoins Peter C. (P. C. Lemoine A: Co.), bds 143 Walton 
Lemoine P. C. & Co. (P. C. and G. Lemoine), cabinetmkrs. 

59 Marietta 
Lemons Burton (c), wks, Winship cV: Bro., r 18 Martin 
Lemons Cornelius (c), carpenter, r rear 119 E. Cain 
Lemons John T., farmer, r 47 W. Foundry 
Lemons Matthew L., painter Jarvis & Stokes, r 21 Bell 
Lenfestev A. 8., broom mnf'r, 75 N. Collins, r Edgewood 
LEO GUSTAV E , architect, 38 W. Alabama, r es Eraser, 

bet Fair and Hunter • 

Leonard B. D., with W. A. Russell & Co., r Med Ciay, Ga 
Leonard George (c), driver Moore, Marsh it Co., r 17 Lark in 
LEONARD "GEORGE W., manager Singer Mnfg Co., 42 

Marietta, r 92 Washington 
Leonard Henry C, teller J. H. James, r 46 Houston 
Leonard James (e), lab, r 91 Haynes 
Leonard Robert (c), lab, r 13 Greens Ferry av 
Leroy Paul, elk J. Ryan 
Leslie Humphrey (c), lab, r 61 Plightower 
Lester Charles (e), lab, r 164 W. Fair 
Lester Charles, Jr. (e), porter, r 164 W. Fair 
Lester Isaae B., grocer, 165 W. Mitchell, bds 1»8 Davis 
Lester James F., elk Phillips & Crew, bds 79 Spring 
Lester Janus S., coal dealer, r 48 Bartow 
Lester N. H., wid J. M., bds 140 W. Fair 
Lester Sandy Rev. (<•), pastor A. M. E. Ch., r 42 Terry 
Lester Sarah A., wid Harrison, r 79 Spring 
Lester Sylvester, printer Constitution, r 140 W. Fair 
Lester Thomas A., elk P. O., bds 79 Spring 
Lester William H., fireman W. & A. R. R., r 79 Spring 
Lester William P. (c), wks G. Dabbs 
Letehworth Elias H., carpenter, r 10 Ezzard 
Level James (c), lab, r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Levison George R. Prof., r 38 Ivy 

Levy Emanuel C, jewelry, 25 Whitehall, r 65 Whitehall 
Lewin Adolph M. (Traynham & Lewin), r 48 E. Hunter 
Lewis Alexander (c), wks A-L. Ry., r 83 Hoge 
Lewis Cramer (c), lab, r ns Merritt's a v. 1st w of Feaehtree 
Lewis Curtis, bds 158 Peachtree 
Lewis D. M., fireman W. & A. R. R 

"EST .T T .~P n "^7" C3r©xx©r«-1 IJjiclortalier, 

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OJL.ST'IliiE; ROCK r o,\i. 'kkkk, mid Anthracite Coals, at J. 
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LEW 259 L1G 

Lewis Edward (c), Lab, r 134 X Butler 

Lewis Felix (e), fireman Kimball House 

Lewis Frank, steward National Hotel 

Lewis George (c), lab, r 81 Hoge 

Lewis George (c), lab, r 18 Mangum 

Lewis Henry (c), cook Wilson House 

Lewis Henry (c), lab, r 89 Haynes 

LEWIS HENRY, propr Atlanta Flouring Mills, 35 and 37 
Thompson, cor Hunter, r 310 Whitehall. (See page 90.) 

Lewis Isham (c), porter, r 81 Hoge 

Lewis Jesse C, wks L. II. Hall & Co. Information Re- 
fused. 

Lewis John, master mechanic Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 428 
Marietta 

Lewis Levi (c), lab, r 17 S. Calhoun 

Lewis Nicholas, r 107 Marietta 

Lewis Norman (c), driver L. D. Adams, r Collins, bet Cox 
and North av 

Lewis Oliver (c), barber M. Robinson, r ns Mangum, e of Nel- 
son 

Lewis Samuel (c), lab, r ss Baugh, w of Lee, W. E 

Lewis Thomas (c), lab, r es Collins, 2d n of Cox 

Lewis Thomas H. printer Jag. P. Harrison & Co., bds 65| 
Peachtree 

LEWIS THOMAS S., cracker mnfr, 67 E. Alabama, r 291 
Peachtree 

Lewis William (c), barber, 139 A\ r . Peters, r 22 Bradbury 

Lewis William (e), lab, r ss Rawsou, w of Martin 

Leyden Austin, storage and com, 17 to 27 Bartow, r 124 Peach- 
tree 

Ley den William H., elk A. Lvden, bds # 124 Peachtree 

Lichtenstadt Carl F., elk Burke & Hancock, bds 175 E. 
Hunter 

Lichtenstadt Maurice L., homoeopathic physician, 1 White- 
hall, r 175 E. Hunter 

Lichtenstadt Melvin L., delivery elk A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 
175 E. Hunter 

Lieberman Leon, trunk mnfr 92- Whitehall, r 180 S. Forsyth 

Liebman L., who! cigars, Pryor, cor R. R., r 21 N. Collins 

Light Bailey B., bricklayer, r 198 W. Hunter 

Ligon Wesley (c), carpenter, r rear 22 Grant 

Ligon Woodson L., collector, bds 135 Walker 



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LIN 260 LOC 

Linch Hezekiah, butcher 128 Marietta, r 108 Decatur 

LINCH, see also LYNCH. 

Lincoln Frank, elk, bds 158 8. Pryor 

Lindley Moses (c), driver P. & G. T. Dodd & Co., r 10 Ivy 

Lindsey Drucilla Miss, housepkr Wilson House 

Lindsey Lizzie Miss, housekpr Wilson House 

LINK JAMES A., dentist, room 2, 62 Whitehall, r 43- 

Cooper 
Link John (c), carpenter, r 20 Pettis 
LIFES MOSES, carpenter, ss Fuller, bet Elliott and W. & 

A. R. R., r 14 N. Calhoun. (See page 33) 
Lipes Thomas, carpenter, bds 124 Marietta 
Lipford Charlotte E., wid George, r 121 Rhodes 
Lipman Martha, wid Samuel, bds 147 S. Pryor 
Lippitt A. (c), car cleaner Pullman Car Co 
Little Caroline, wid Benjamin, r Love, se cor Fraser 
Little Edgar G., grocer, 43 Chapel, r 111 Greens Ferry av 
Little Enoch (c), drayman, r 1 1 6 E. Ellis 
LITTLE GEORGE DR., state geologist, State House, r 64 

Cooper 
Little James E., elk Jack & Holland, r 36 Whitehall 
Little Susan E. Mrs., dry goods, 163 Marietta 
Little Thomas, r 161 Marietta 

Little William (c), driver, r ns Rock, 2d w of Haynes 
Littlefield C. J., foreman, bds Berron House 
Lively John AV., mail elk Constitution, bds 59 Hood 
Lively Joseph B., printer Constitution, bds 193 W. Mitchell 
Lively Lemuel B., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 59 Hood 
Lively William Rev., r 59 Hood 
Lively William E., salesman, r ws Crew, s of Fulton 
Livingston William, stock dealer, 47 Loyd 
Lloyd James M., saloon, r 6 N. Collins 

Lloyd Thomas J., captain Co. F., 18th Inf., r 19 McPherson- 
LLOYD, see also LOYD 

Lochrane Osborne A., lawyer, 8 S. Pryor, r 342 Peachtree 
Lochrane's Hall, Pryor, se cor Decatur 
LOCHREY JAMES, dyer, scourer and repairer, 45 E_ 

Hunter. (See page 89.) 
Lock hart Arabella Mrs., boarding, 79 S. Pryor 
Lockhart Arthur, wks W. & A. R. R., r*55 Magazine 
Lockhart Columbus (c), lab, r 117 Spring 
Lockhart Richard *H., agt, bds 69 S. Pryor 

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LOC • 261 LON 

Lockhart Robert, elk J. Ben. Wilson & Co., bds 79 S. Pryor 

Lock man David, conductor, bds 77 Decatur 

Lodtman Susan Miss, dressmkr, bds 37 W. Cain 

Loftin Benjamin (c), porter, r rear 62 Nelson 

Loftin Robert (c), drayman, r 25 Rock 

Loftin William H., elk A. E. Buck, r 123 Houston 

Loftis Catharine, wid J. P., r ss Marietta, nr Maysons Ferry 

rd 
Loftis James A. (Evans & Loftis), r Maysons Ferry rd, Bell- 
wood 
Logan Anderson R., with T. M.Clarke & Co., bds 51 Houston 
Logan Frank (c), lab, r 138 Ira 
Logan Frank R. (Cook & Logan), bds 51 Houston 
Logan George W., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r Glynn,. 

bet Grant and Hill 
Logan [sham (c), lab, r 14 Scofield 
Logan James J., watchman C. R. R., r 78 Tatnall 
Logan James L., wild land agt, Alabama, ne cor Pryor, r 51 

Houston 
Logan James L. Jr., bkkpr T. M. Clarke & Co., bds 51 

Houston 
Logan James P., elk, bds 143 N. Calhoun 
Logan John H., prof Atlanta Med. College, r 425 Whitehall 
LOGAN JOSEPH P., physician, 20 Line, r 49 Washington 
Logan Samuel (c), waiter, r 50 Hilliard 

Logan William W., jeweler A. R. Everett, bds 425 Whitehall 
Logue George M. driver St R. R. Co., r 7 Havnes 
Long Edward, watchman W. & A. R. R., bds*46 N. Broad 
Long Elias (c), lab, r 9 Ella 
Long John A., machinist A-L. Ry., r 57 Bell 
Long Mary B., wid Hiram, r 144 Alexander 
Long Nancy wid Lunsford, r 46 N. Broad 
Long Perry, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 595 Marietta 
Long Peter (c), lab, r 101 Jones 
LONG SAMUEL, shoemkr, 16 Marietta, r 43 J Broad. (See 

page 92.) 
Long Timothy (c), drayman, r 80 Fraser 
Long William J., elk D. Steinheimer, r ns E. 4th, 1st e of 

Peachtree 
Longan E. N. Mrs., teacher Summer Hill School, r Marietta, 

nr Rolling Mill 
Longhee David, fireman, r 123 McDaniel 

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LON 262 LOW 



Longlev Benjamin F. (Longley & Robinson), bds 48 Gilmer 

LONGLEY & ROBINSON I B. F. Longley and Isaac Robin- 
son), lumber innfrs, doors, sash, blinds, paints, oils and 
glass, and contractors and builders, 18 Loyd, factory, But- 
ler, cor Gilmer. (See page 100.) 

Loornis Carrie H. Miss, teacher Atlanta University, r Univer- 
sity grounds 

Lord Charles E.,clk, r6 Spring 

Lother Elizabeth, wid John, bds 37 N. Calhoun 

Lother Margaret, wid William, r 247 E. Fair 

Lother William P., contractor, r 37 N. Qdhoun 

Lougee F). B., fireman A-L. Iiy 

Longhridge Robert H., nsst state geologist 

Love Adolph (c), lab, r 75 Tatnall 

Love Alfred, elk, bds 157 Decatur 

Love Bnnnie Miss, teacher Walker St. School, bds 31 N. For- 
syth 

Love David G., wks Longley & Robinson, r 157 Decatur 

Love Joe L., bkkpr and accountant, bds 31 X. Forsyth 

Love Jordan (c), brick mason, a: 125 N. Collins 

Love Judge D. (c), teacher, r 130 Irwin 

Love William, wks A. & W. Pt. R. R 

LOVE WM, ABRAM, physician and prof Atlanta Med. Col- 
lege, office and r 31 X. Forsyth 

Love William A., Jr., elk, bds 31 X. Forsyth 

Lovejoy Edward B., liquors ret, 56 Peachtree, r 47 Peachtree 

Lovejoy John H., with J. M. Hill & Co., r 51 Ivy 

Lovejoy John H., Jr., elk E. B. Lovejoy, bds 51 Ivy 

Lovelace Horace (c), lab, r 60 Rawson 

Loveless J. W., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Loveman Philip, elk Regenstein & Kutz, bds Pry or, se cor 
Hunter 

Lovett Warren P., agt, r Alabama, ne eor Pryor 

Lovette John, route agt Sou. Ex. Co., r 86 Mangum 

Low Clarence F., ins agt, bds 183 McDonough 

Low Elder Rev. (c), pastor Woods Chapel, r 15 Reed 

Low James H., r 183 McDonough 

Low James H.. physician, bds 150 Whitehall 

Lowe Charles (c), carpenter, r rear 214 W. Mitchell 

Lowe George (e), broommkr A. S. Lenfestry, r 233 Clarke 

Lowe George W., grocer, 21 W. Mitchell, r 125 Xelson 

Lowe Isabella Mrs., bds 82 W. Simpson 

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LOW 263 LUM 

Lowe Jackson (c), Lab, r rear 20 Hilliard 
Lowe- James M.. elk T. J. Lowe & Bro., r 35 W. Mitchell 
Lowe John S. (T. J. Lowe & Bro.), r 174 W. Foundry 
Lowe Thomas J. (T. J. Lowe & Bro.), r country 
LOWE T. J. & BRO- (T. J. and J. S. Lowe), who! gro- 
cers, 35 W. Mitchell 
Lowe William, grocer, 29 W. Mitchell, r 156 S. Pryor 
Lowe William B., mer, r 178 W. Peters 
Lowndes George S., tobacco broker, 35 Whitehall 
Lowry George P., with Tommey, Stewart A: Beck, r 39 Powers 
Lowry James, grocer, es Marietta, Bellwood 
Lowry John C, cigars, Mark ham House 
Lowrv Robert J. | W. M. & R. J. Lowrv), bds Markham House 
Lowrv William M. (W. M. & R. J. Lowrv), r Peachtree, ne 

cor E. Baker 
Lowrv W. M. & R. J. (William M. and Robert J. Lowry), 

bankers, 57 E. Alabama 
Lowall Richard J., saloon, 3 Peachtree. bds National Hotel 
Loyd Jackson (c), lab, r 19 Merritts av 
Loyd James (c), lab, r 23 Merritts av 
Lovd James W., r Luckie, ne cor Forsyth 
LOYD JOHN H„ r 26 Luckje 
Loyd St. A. M. E. Church, Rev. George Standing, pastor ; 

Lovd, nw cor Hunter 
LOYD,' see also LLOYD 
Lovless William A., with Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, bds 97 E. 

Mitchell 
Lovseaux M., watchman Markham House, r 37 Marietta 
Lucius William H., pressman J. P. Harrison & Co.. bds 26 

Castleberrv 
Luck Mary A. 'Mrs., r 34 Rhodes 
Luckie Eugenius S., farmer, r 149 North av 
Luckie Frank (c), lab, r 78 Richmond 

Luckie Henrv (c), carpenter, r ws Hilliard, 3d n of E. Harris 
Luckie Howard (c), lab, r 299 X. Fort 
Luckie John (c), wks M. Calhoun 
Luckie Parmelia, wid A., bds 149 North av 
Luckie Robert (c), driver, J. F. Redd 
Luckie William D., teller Mer. Bank of Atlanta, bds 151 Mc- 

Donough« 
Lumpkin Berry (c), shoemkr, 80 X. Forsyth, r 27 Terry 
Lumpkin Joseph H. (Jack-on & Lumpkin), bds 111 Mitchell 

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LUM 264 LYO 

LUMPKIN JOSEPH T., editor Constitution, r 32 Spring 

Lumpkin Levi (c), lab, r rear 21 4 Decatur 

Lumpkin Peddraza C, carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 

es Randolph 3d, s of E. Harris 
Lumpkin Thomas (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 11 Beck- 

with 
Lumpkin William S., grist mill, es McDonough, nr limits 
Lumsden Alfred (c), waiter Markham House 
Lynan Hugh, elk I. S. Mitchell, bds 79 Loyd 
Lynan Maria Mrs., boarding, 79 Loyd 
Lynch Bridget, wid Patrick, f 26 Gilmer 
Lynch Ellen, wid Owen, r 111 E. Hunter 
Lynch Eugene T., carpenter W & A. R. B. r 111 E. Hunter 
Lynch James, r 12 Gilmer 

Lynch James C, machinist W. & A. R. R., r 111 E. Hunter 
Lynch Jerry, mer tailor, 8 Whitehall, bds Markham House 
Lynch John, r 214 Foster 

Lynch John J., grocer, 44 Decatur, r 12 Gilmer 
Lynch John T., elk J. Lynch, bds Markham House 
Lynch John T., stonemason, bds 201 Jackson 
Lynch Mary A., wid W. P., bds 359 N. Collins 
Lynch Michael (Lynch & Thornton), r 58 N. Butler 
Lynch Patrick, quarry, w end Rock, r 122 W. Simpson 
Lynch Patrick W., grocer, 56 Decatur, r 75 N. Calhoun 
Lynch Peter, grocer, 95 Whitehall, r 56 E. Peters 
Lynch Robert, (c), lab, r 120 Havnes 

LYNCH & THORNTON (M. Lynch and E. H. Thornton), 
whol and ret booksellers and stationers, 5 Whitehall, Cen- 
tennial bldg. (See back flv C.) 
LYNCH, see also LINCH 
Lynes Jacob J., carpenter, r 89 Jones 
Lynes Timothy D., mer, r 73 E. Garnett 
Lynn Richard A., molder Winship & Bro., r Edgewood 
Lyon Addie Mrs., bds es Peachtree, 2d n of Baker 
Lyon Bettie Mrs. (Morris & Lyon), r 60 Whitehall 
Lyon Elizabeth, wid Johnson, r 28 Strong 
Lyon Qeorge (c), lab, r ws Hilliard, n of E. Harris 
Lyon George W., carpenter, r 16 Hulsey 
Lyon John A., machinist Winship & Bro., r 14 Hulsey 
Lyon John J., policeman, r 60 Whitehall 
LYON NATHAN, manager Felix Corput, r 21 Orme 
Lyon Washington (c), porter Markham House, r 260 Jones 

"EV. ,«lr V *D1ilj-iOT can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
I! 1 cillK A.. JDlll6y any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.)' 



FOR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewel rv or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, cull at 47 Whitehall Street. ER. LAWSHE. 

LYO 265 McC 

Lyon William M., carpenter, r 31 Magazine 
Lyons William W. wks W. & A. R. P., bds93 W. Cain 
Lysle John W. (J. W. Lysle & Co.), r 310 Washington 
LYSLE J. W. & CO. (J. W. Lysle ami II. W. Dew-,, feed 

-tore and com mers, ITS. Broad 



M 



Ckfty Yum 1 little 0i\e£ to 
MOTES' the PHOTOGRAPHER, 

Where they can be Caught Instantaneously. 

ZLTO. 32 WHITEHALL. 



MCAFEE ANN IK, wid J. W., bds 155 S. Pryor 
McAfee .James M., cotton buyer, r 269 W. Peachtree 

McAfee Jerome M. (Hulsey & McAfee), r Lawton, W. E 

McAfee Getar (c), lab, r 128 Magazine 

McAfee William W., contractor, r 152 S. Pryor 

McAllister James II., salesman, r 11 Markham 

McAllister James I., carpenter, r 23 ^\ illiams 

McAllister John M., elk, r 40 Gartrell 

McAllister W . Erskine, with Singer MnfgCo., bds 46 E.Cain 

McAndrew W. E., trader, 51 Loyd 

McArthor John W., bkkpr Cook & Stewart, r 112 Lnekie 

McArthur Thomas W., r J 4(3 S. Pryor 2 

McBride Andrew Jay (McBride & Co), r 248 Washington 

McBride Samuel L. (McBride & Co.), r ssRawson, w of Form- 
wait 

McBRIDE & CO. (A. J. and S. L. McBride), china, glass, 
queensware and house-furnishing goods, 11 and 13 X. 
Pryor 

McCain Benjamin J., grocer, r 13 Haynes 

McCain Mack (c), lab, r 98 Spring 

McCall James B., carpenter H. Crankshaw & Co., r ns New- 
ton, w of Elliott 

McCallig Patrick, pedler, r 60 Gilmer 

McCandless Edward S., teller Atlanta Savings Bank of Ga., r 
ws Peters, n of Gordon, W. E 

McCandless Fannie A. Mrs., private school, 59 Washington, r 
ws W. Peters, n of Gordon, W. E 

McCandless Fannie D. Mi-.-, teacher Mrs. F. A. McCandless 

"D A OC?17"MT<Tr'T>C« GO W PST with rewerchangeavia 3Vt. «*s 
lAOOijlN U" iLXVO O.H. H-. than by any other route. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESAVV ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

McC 266 McC 

McCandless John M., collector Atlanta Savings Bank of Ga., 
r W. E 

McCandless Katie L. Miss, teacher Mrs. F. A. McCandless 

McCandless Sidney C, cotton warehouseman, 20 X. Broad, r 
ws W. Peters, n of Gordon, W. E 

McCandless Thomas, ticket agt, bds 105 Luckie 

McCandless William, machinist, r 105 Luckie 

McCandless William, Jr., machinist, bds 105 Luckie 

McCann Joseph (c), lab, r rear 198 Peachtree 

McCants Joseph (c), porter J. Warlick & Sons 

McCants Robert G., elk S. M. Inman & Co., bds 55 Hayden 

MeCarley Thomas J., guano agt, r 21 Tatnall 

McCarter C. P., wid T. P., r 25 W. Simpson 

McCarter Jacob (c), storekeeper Markham House 

McCarter John, elk P. L. Mynatt 

McCarter Reed, elk J. C. Fuller, bds 236 W. Peters 

McCarty George W., elk Adair & Bro., bds Markham House 

MeCarty Paul, grocer, 40 W. Foundry 

McCarver Wilson (c), lab, r 121 Luckie 

MeCay Henry K. (MeCay & Trippe), bds Markham House 

McCay Nancy, wid J. H.", r 159 Elliott 

McCAY & TRIPPE (H. K. MeCay and R. P. Trippe), law- 
yers, 20 and 22 Kimball House, 14 V. Wall 

McClain Rachael, wid Riehard, r 294 McDonouirh 

McClain William H., elk J. F. Faith, bds 298 Decatur 

McCLAIX, see also McLEAX 

McClarty George, r 19 Greens Ferry av 

Me( 'lellan James G., lab, r ws Savannah, s of Ga. R. R 

MeClellan Joseph C, lab, r ws Savannah, s of Ga. R. R 

McClellan Walter G., with Brock Bros., bds 67 N. Pryor 

MeClellan William, pattern mkr Ga. R. R., r 82 W. Simpson 

MeClellan W'ilson (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

McClendon Capel, r 50 E. Baker 

MeClendon Edward (c), waiter G. W. D. Cook 

McClendon Jesse L., sawyer, r 194 Decatur 

MeClendon Jonathan J., "frt agt A-L. Rv., r 107 Peachtree 

MeClendon John T., elk Atlanta Not. Bank, bds 107 Peach- 
tree 

McClendon Nicholas A., mer, r 117 Washington 

McCleskey William T. (McCleskey & Gramling), r 50 Peach- 
tree 

McCleskey & Gramling (W. T. McCleskey and W. S. Gramling) 
drygoods, 53 Peachtree 

Burial Shrouds and Robss f.T.BLitltTnaert^r. ( see P .*» 



r»«"f lo T?nrlr Pnal "'" deanesi "nd cheapest In market 
OaSUS IlJLfl. UUai* j. < KIAIBAlE, .-,, Alabama a 



oa and /_' Marietta. 



McC 2G7 McC 



McCIoudy Samuel (c . shoemkr, Marietta, o of limit- 

McColgaD Charles, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 20 Emma 

McColgan Eugene, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

McGolgan Mary, wid John, r 20 Emma 

McColgan William, wk> Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 20 Emma 

McCombs Calvin (c), wks Henry Harris, r 158 E. Harris 

McCombs Columbus Rev. (c), r 30 Biggers 

McCombs Nelson .!. (c), shoemkr N.Holmes, r ltil Houston 

McCombs William (c), lab, r '_' 1 Biggers 

McConnell Howard I., wks W. & A. K. R. } h.U Mb' Luckie 

McConnell L. E., elk, bds National Hotel 

McConnell Samuel D. (McConnell & Hey ward), r 95 McDon- 

ough 
McConnell William, contractor, r 73 X. Collins 
McCONNELL & HEYWARD (S. 1). McConnell and W. I. 

Heyward), lawyers, 7 Whitehall 
McConpthy Robert (c), porter Nat. Surg, [nst., r61 H . 
McCord George, r ss Henry, w of Elliott 
McCord S. Reeves, printer Constitution, bds 50 S. Forsyth 

McCorkle Matthew II, painter, r Rolling Mill, s< r Harris 

McCormick Anna Mrs., milliner and millinery goods, 31 

Whitehall, r 72 Marietta 
McCormick James T., baker, 133 Luckie 
McCown Charles, tanner, r 183 Elliott ■ 

McCown Edward P., painter W. & A. R. R., r 39 W. Foundry 
McCown George R., wks L. H. Hall & Co., bds 39 W. 

Foundry 
McCown Joseph H., machinist E. Van Winkle, bds 39 W. 

Foundry 
McCown Robert W., carpenter W. & A. R. R.. r 263 Marietta 
McCoy Aaron (c), fireman A-L. Ry., r E. Hunter, sw cor 

i erry 
McCoy Joseph W., puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 2 Means 
McCoy Samuel (c), cupola tender Winship & Bro 
McCoy Simon (c), wks H. A. Agricola 
McCoy Thomas, machinist W. & A. R. R 
McCoy William (c), lab, r 191 Fillmore 
M.Coy William H., elk Pemberton, Samuels & Reynolds, bds 

Cannon House 
McCrary Charles J., fireman W. & A. R. R., r 41 W. Simpson 
McCrary John W., policeman, r 15 Bailey 
McCrary Master P.. engineer W. & A. R. R., r 7 Rock 

-m-z^Q-i — m-O T7" aLahge xssortmentat COHEN <k SEllfi'S, 

r~l V J^-> I M i t-Ti JL . 23 WHITEHALL. 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

McC 268 MeD 

McCravy George B. (McCravy & Bro.), r 14 Strong 
McCravy Isaiah B. (McCravy & Bro.), bds 15 E. Mitchell 
McCravy & Bro. (G. B. and I. B. McCravy), grocers, 116 

Whitehall 
McCreary Cicero (c), porter William Rich 
MeCroskey Mack, trav agt, r 12 W. Mitchell 
McCrystal Robert H., musician, bds 13 E. Alabama 
McCullough Charles (c), lab., r 47 Fairlie 
McCullough Edward (c), lunch room, 105 W. Peters 
McCullough George (c), lab, r 173 E. Cain 
McCullough John (c), lab, r 173 E. Cain 
McCullough Michael (c), lab, r L75 W. Fair 
McCurlev Joseph T., carriagemkr, r 79 Spring 
McCurtis Daniel (c), farmer, r rear 109 W. Peters 
McDade Rebecca, wid Franklin, bds 122 W. Peters 
McDsde Windsor G, engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 122 E. 

Hunter 
McDaniel Edward (c), lab, r ns Jones, w of Pullium 
McDaniel Georgia A., wid James, r 99 Chapel 
McDaniel Henrv, shoemkr, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
MCDANIEL HARRY T., city engineer, office 47 S. Pryor, 

r 1 70 S. Pryor 
McDaniel James, carpenter, r Edgewood 
McDaniel Mark (c), drayman, r ws Ira, s of Crumley 
McDaniel Monroe, helper Ga. R. R 
McDaniel P. E., buyer G. W. Parrott & Bro., bds Wdson 

House 
McDaniel Sidney T. (c), carpenter J. A. Tuttle, r Alabama, se 

cor Pryor 
McDaniel Thomas, carpenter, r 91 Whitehall 
McDaniel Wilson (c), lab, r 138 Smith 
McDevitt Charles, painter J. M. Smith, I><1> 39J Whitehall 
McDevitt Edward, watchman, r 50 Reed 
McDermott Samuel A., salesman, r 45 E. Cain 
McDiarmid Angus, elk Morrison, Bain & Co., bds 128 S. 

Prvor 
McDonald Colin, elk W. U. Tel. Co., r 26 S. Butler 
McDonald Hugh A., bkkpr Dunn, Ogletree & Co., bds 150 S. 

Pryor 
McDonald James P.. with T. M. Clarke & Co., r 5 Clarke 
McDonald James T., corniiemkr Hunnicut & Bellingraths, 

r 257 E. Hunter 

MEADY-MABE SHIRTS aL e d Sl a n d ^7 nyb0d,r 



g % \. ^ ^ flocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St, can 
t'JU.ti??f supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price*. 

Mel) 269 McG 

McDonald Lorenzo D., engineer W. & A. R. ][.. bde 321 Ma- 
rietta 
McDonald Murdoch C, with Jack & Holland r 26 S. Butler 
McDonald Oscar V., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 333 E. 

Fair 
McDonald Sinclair A., fireman W. & A. K. R.,rl4W. Simp- 
son 
McDonald Wilson, brakeman, bds 297 Decatur 
McDonald W. M., fireman, r 105 Ga. R. R 
McDonell Louise M., wid A. B., r 54 W. Peters 
McDowell H. T., r 25 Marietta . 

McDowell Mary B. Miss, millinerv and £ancv goods, 40 White- 
hall, r 132* S. Forsyth 
McDuffie Angel D., plasterer, bds 218 Elliott 
McDnfrie Daniel A., plasterer, r 218 Elliott 
McEachern David L., flagman W. & A. R. R., r 86 W. Foun- 
dry 
McEmery Jackson (c . machinist, r 19 Foster 
McEver Austin (c), porter J. Silvey & Co., r 61 Johnson 
McEvoy Allen <■,. tinner, r 79 S. Butler 
McEvoy Jennie, wid R. P., bds 411 Peachtree 
McFail Henrv (<•:. lab, r 73 Bradley 

McFail Irhv H.,clk W. S. Wilson & Bro., bds 64 E. Mitchell 
McFail William E., bkkpr Merchant & Mosley, r 16 Mark- 
ham 
McFarland George (c . lab, r rear 26 Valentine 
McFarland Howard (e), lab, r real' 26 Valentine 
McFarland Lewi- c . gardener, r rear 26 Valentine 
McFaul James W., physician, 432 Marietta 
McGarr Alexander (c), tanner J. R. Crandall, r 20 Williams 
McGarr John (c), lab, r Simpson, nw cor Williams 
McGarr Joseph fc), wks Langston & Bellenger, r 20 Williams 
McGATJGHEY BROS. id. L.. <r. B. and W. G. MeGau- 
ghey), grain dealers and com mers, v 5 S. Broad 
MeGaughey George c . lab, r 122 Davis 
McGaughey George B, MeGaughey Bros.), r 93 Thompson 
MeGaughey Jefferson fc), lab, r 187 Markham 
MeGaughey John L. (MeGaughey Bros), r 90 Thompson 
MeGaughey William G. (MeGaughey Bros), r Normandy, 

Tenn 
McGee Daniel fc), teacher, r 182 E. Harris 
McGee James, policeman, r 98 Decatur 

HF-fl f 3 ' W Ar P Tf T? !f thor °ti-" , ly equipped, and FIRST- 
-k.iLC/ iTl« OL \^a XV • XV • QLASS ia every respect. 



Tl VHTTT3 OTrtTvT rPTfTTU'lTlC! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
Iilii.vU JttuiUIN lluXliillw Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

McG 270 Mel 

McGee James L., gardener, r 167 W. Peters 

McGee John, barkpr, r 230 Decatur 

McGehee Samuel L., elk J.W.Phillips & Co., bds 402 Decatur 

McGhee Frank grocer, r 62 Walker 

McGhee (George (c), drayman, r 26 Ravvson 

McGhee Henry (c), drayman, r 26 Rawson 

McGhee John G, machinist W. & A. R. R., r 229 Marietta 

McGill Thomas, genl R. R. ticket agt, r 100 Richardson 

McGilvray Angus, carpenter, r 12 Gartrell 

McGinly George, bds 135 S. Pryor 

McGinnis George, elk E. G. Little 

McGiunis Jane M., vvid William, r 162 E. Simpson 

McGinnis John R. Maj., chief of ordnance, Dept. South, 30 E, 

Wall, bds Kimball House 
McGinnis Joseph, lab, r 120 Gray 
McGinty John W., conductor W. & A. R. R., r ss Gordon, w 

of Lee. W. E 
McGinty J. A. Mrs., r ss Gordon, w of Lee, W. E 
McGoftin John (c), lab, r 133 E. Baker 
MoGrath Charles, elk J. Ryan, bds 59 Decatur 
McGrath Jeremiah F., elk Manning A: Smith, bds Berron 

House 
McGritf John, lab, r 45 Emma 

McGrory William, printer Sunny South, bds 98 Decatur 
McGu.re George L., bds 23 E. Ellis 
McGuire John T., provision and radse broker, 6Q E. Alabama, 

r 23 E. Ellis 
McGuire Martha, wid Green, r 142 Thompson 
McGuire Merritt (e), lab, r 11 Ella 
McGuire Susan B. G., wid Thomas, r 23 E. Ellis 
McGuire William, elk, bds 142 Thompson 
McGuirk Hugh, elk E. G. Little, bds 196 Decatur 
McGuirk John M. (J. Kreis & Co.), r 196 Decatur 
McHan Angeline, wid Thomas, r 165 E. Hunter 
McHan Charles H., grocer, 276 E. Fair, r 165 E. Hunter 
McHenry Charles (c), grocer, 254 Marietta 
McHenry Jefferson (c), wks Ga. R. R., r Hunnicutt, se cor 

Venable 
McHenry Randall (c), lab, r es Venable, 2d s of Hunnicutt 
McHenry William (c), carpenter, r 144 Wheat 
Mcllhenny E. D., conductor W. & A. R, R 
Mclntyre Frank, heater Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 6 Means 

FBAfcllf V Dl II CV GENBRALUNDERTAKER, 
rifMnsx Aa DLILCI* 26 W. Alabama. (See page 9B.) 



£* ASTLE X^003S "-'' ' rir:KK - :1,,<1 .Anthracite Coals, at J. 



l v C. KniiiAi.i/s, 54 Alabama. 



Mel 271 McM 

Mclver Augustus (c), lab, r 100 Elliott 

McKamey Samuel M. (Hooper & McKamey), r Hi Spring 

McKeen Van. I,., carpenter, r 124 Fraser 

McKeever Austin (c), porter r 61 Johnson 

McKeever Chauncey, Lt. Col., asst adjt gen] Dept of South, 

bds Kimball House 
McKele James, molder, r (514 Marietta 
McKeenon Ellen Mrs., r 391 Marietta 
McKENZIE ALEXANDER B., paperhanger and painter, 

45 S. Pryor, r 98 Decatur. (See adv. dept.) 
McKenzie Gillon, wid James, bds 20 Rock 
McKenzie Willie Mrs., bds Adam- House 
McKeon RosinaJ. Mrs., teacher Walker St. School, bds 133 

Mangum 
McKey Jam< - 1 .. physician, r 223 E. Hunter 
McKim Mary, wid Charles, r 43 W. Hunter 
McKinley Annie E., wid Ebenezer, r 260 Peachtree 
McKinley Jacob (c), carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 32 Horton 
McKinley Joseph E., elk E. Bates & Co., I'd- 260 Peachtree 
McKinley Junia Miss, teacher, bds 260 Peachtree 
McKinley Nathaniel, artist, r 260 Peachtree 
McKinley Salonel Miss, teacher Ivy St. School, bds 260 Peach-* 

tree 

McKinney George (c), lunch room, 269 W. Peters 

McKinnon Ellen, wid Howard, r 402 Marietta 

McKinnon William, molder. bds 402 Marietta 

McKinzie Maggie Miss, folder Jas. P. Harrison & Co.. r 56 

Hock 

McKinzie Sarah J., wid James, r 56 Rock 
McKoy John J. (McKoy & Williams), r 57 Houston 
McKoy & Williams (J. J. McKoy and X. C. Williams), gro- 
cer-. 50 Peachtree 
McKOY, see also McCOY 
McLean Joel J., tailor, r 139 Thompson 
M. LEAN, see also McCLAIN 
McLendon C. L., elk, bds 117 Washington 
McLendon T. L., conductor C. R. P., bds Markham House 
McLeod John A., engineer A-L. Ry., r 54 Pell 
McLeRoy Edward T., agt, r 216 SF. Collins 
McLin James G., dep sheriff Supreme Court, r 15 E. Cain 
McMahon James, barkpr P. Carroll, bds 39 X. Pryor 
McManus John. lab, r 137 Luckie 

BfifclTS?.* 5?. TITTER -A-liL sizes, »t cohen & selig-s, 
_ yf S SJ ©yiiya 23 WHITEHALL. » 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNE8AW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

McM 272 McQ 

McMaster Marcus, tailor, 95 Decatur, r 518 Whitehall 
McMichael Peter (c), janitor State House, r rear 121 Ivy 
McMillan Harry, elk, bds 83 Marietta 
McMillan John C. (McMillan & Snow), r 83 Marietta 
McMillan & Snow (J. C. McMillan and H. Y. Snow), grocers, 

25 Marietta 
McMillen Joseph, printer E. L. Winham, r county 
McMillen Rane, printer E. L. Winham, r county 
McMillen William (McMillen & Olcott), r county 
McMillen & Olcott (W. McMillen and E. H. Olcott), auction 

and com, 33 Marietta 
McMurray Peter (c), porter Xunnallv, Hallman & Co., r 138 

N. Butler 
McNab David A., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 421 Peachtree 
McNab Robert E., fireman, r 10 Rhodes 
McNamara Patrick, saloon, 218 Decatur, r 58 N. Butler 
McNaught William (McNaught & Scrutchin, and Win, Mc- 
Naught & Co.), r ws Washington, s of Glenn 
McNaught William. Jr., with McNaught & Scrutchin, bds ws 

Washington, s of Glenn 
MCNAUGHT WM. & CO. (William McNaught and 
Thomas Scrutchin), proprs Sugar Creek Paper Mills, office 
86 Whitehall. (See page 97.) 
MCNAUGHT & SCRUTCHIN (William McNaught and 
Thomas Scrutchin), hardware, carriage and' wagonmkrs 
material, 8(3 Whitehall. (See front cover.) 
McNeal Mack (<•;, coachman J. W. English 
McNeal John (c), waiter W. A. Moore 
McNeel Felix (c), shoemkr H. Sutton, r 227 Washington 
McNeely Robert O., carpenter, r 39 Plum 
NcNerhany Francis Jr., elk Dept. South, r 45 E. Hunter 
MeNew Thomas J., machinist W. & A. R. R.,r 109 E. Simp- 
son 
McPhee Duncan C, grocer, 475 Marietta 
MePhee William S., elk D. C. McPhee 
McPherson Barracks, Chapel, opp Barracks av (at intersection 

of West End horse cars.) 
McPherson Fannie, wid Nathan, bds 257 W. Mitchell 
McPherson Lemuel E., elk Dept. of South, bds 146 S. Pryor 
McPherson Wallace, elk Green Line, r Decatur, Ga 
McQuaid Patrick, elk J. Ryan, bds 18(3 Whitehall. Refused 
Information. 

Q"P"Dn"DCfUTDT: JO C'TJT'D'TC' Combine Economy, Ele> 
OniXUrOillili-, O OililllO gance and Comfort. 



P^IT APT T^TTTT) 1X 1S50 ^ • Lawshes Jewelry, Watch. Clock 



rerware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 



MeQ 273 MAD 



McQuay Daniel (c). lab, r es Humphries, n of limits 
McRae Alexander (c), shoemkr, r 78 Richmond 
McRae Levi (e), porter V. H. Johnson, r 216 Clarke 
McRae Lewis (c), porter J. C. Baswell, r 216 Clarke 
McRae Stephen (c), porter J. C. Baswell, r 216 Clarke 
McVay Nancy Miss, r rear 64 W. Simpson 
Me Waters Alexander H., carpenter Ga. R. R., r 54 S. Butler 
McWaters James G., fireman A. & W. Ft. R. R., bds 54 S. 

Butler 
McWaters John F., engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R,, r 187 E. 

Hunter 
McWaters Robert 8., wks A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 54 S. Butler 
McWhorter Joseph (c), lab, r 144 Gray 
McWilliams Zachariah (c), lab, r 303 Fraser 



"A/TAAG JACOB A. (L. C. Frey & Co.), r Indianapolis. 

Mabin John, carpenter A-L. Ry., r rear 272 E. Fair 

Mabra John (c), lab, rl85 Wheat 

Mabra Miles J., saloon, 91 Ga. R. R., r 83 Ga. R. R 

Macanley George Rev., rector St. Lukes Episcopal Church, r 
1 70* Marietta 

Macedonia Baptist Church (c), Rev. J. M. Jones, pastor ; 
State, n^ cor Wallace 

Mackey John (c), carpenter, r 81 Gullatt 

Mackey William (c), lab, r 47 Bush 

Mackin James C, feeder Jas. P. Harrison & Co, r Stone 
Mountain 

Maclellan C. J., steward Kimball House, r86 Wheat 

MacRAE WILLIAM, supt and ffenl manager Western & 
Atlantic R. R., r 103 Loyd 

Macy Francis A., glazier W. Jennings & Co., r 127 Jones av 

Macy William R., fruits, etc., 18 Peachtree, bds 127 Jones av 

Madden Agnes Miss, dressmkr, 64 Whitehall, r 153 Whitehall 

Madden Anna, wid J. H., r 153 Whitehall 

Maddox Alexander (c), planer L. H. Hall & Co., r 238 Ma- 
rietta 

Maddox Angeline, wid G. W., r 142 Foster 

Maddox Chamberlain Rev. (c), r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Maddox Charles K., pres' sec W. & A. R. R., r 148 Fillmore 

Maddox Ella W., wid T. R., bds 52 Spring 

Buying Ticltots west* 
learn tne ao vantages offered t>y tne At. & C. R. R. 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

MAD 274 MAL 

Maddox Frank M., elk, bds Wilson House 

Maddox Joseph E., coupler W. & A. R. R.. r Elliott, nr W. 

Simpson 
Maddox Lucy Miss, r 63 Thurmond 
Maddox Robert F., nier, r 125 Peachtree 
Maddox William C, elk A. L. & T. A. Holbrook 
Maddox William M.. wks W. <v A. R. R., bds 222 Mangum 
MADDOX. see also MATTOX 
Madison Charles(c), lab, r rear Qo Windsor 
Magbee Milton J., elk G. W. Lowe., r ST Chapel 
Magnus Arthur S., elk J. M. Alexander & Co., bds 146 X. 

Calhoun 
Magnus Joseph A., bkkpr Mayer, Son & Co., bds 146 X. Cal- 
houn 
Magnus Percy C, elk E. M. Berry, bds 146 X. Calhoun 
Magnus Rebecca A., wid Saul, r 146 X. Calhoun 
Mahan Michael II., conductor A-L. Ry., bds Air-Line 

House 
Maher John ( '. (Nelly & Maher, and Cassedy cv Maher), bds 

98 Decatur 
Maher Michael E., liquors, 11 W. Mitchell, r 168 Mangum 
Mahonev John, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Mahoney John F., with A. C. & B. F. Wyly, bds 120 Deca- 
tur" 
Mahonev Joseph, elk J. Ryan, bds 50 Broad 
Mahonev Michael, grocer, 124 Decatur, r 120 Decatur 
Maier Albert D., elk, bds 176 Davis 
Maier Mary A. Mrs., grocer, Davis, nw cor Foundry 
Makemson Andrew J., elk, bds 158 Houston 
Makemson Emiline, wid William, r 158 Houston 
Mall Sbphronia Mrs., private school, 109 Mangum 
Mallard William J., lawyer, 7 Whitehall, r Kirk wood 
Mallison M. X., r 112 S. Pryor 

Mallon Bernard, supt Public Schools, bds 204 W. Peachtree 
Malone Charles F., elk M. C. A' J. F. Kiser & Co., r 24 Peach- 
tree 
Malone Clinton (c), lab, r 29.3 MeDonough 
Malone Felix (c), carpenter, r ss Jennings al, s of Jones 
Malone Jefterson (c), helper Jarvis A- Stokes, r 28 Chapel 
Malone Stephen, baggage master A-L. Ry., bds 15 E. Mitchell 
Malone Thomas J., elk Sou. Ex. Co., r 75 E. Hunter 
Malone Thomas R., elk Sou. Ex. Co., bds 75 E. Hunter 

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MAL 275 MAP 



Malone William (c), lab, r 12 Church 

Malone William, lab, r 5 Robbins 

Malone William (c), lab, r 100 Elliott 

Malone William J., shoemkr, 28 Marietta, r 40 X. Forsyth 

Maloney Robert, trav agt, r Marietta, rear Rolling Mill 

Mangum Calvin W., yard conductor W. & A. R. R., r 116 S. 

Forsyth 
Mangum Carson L. (John Silvey & Co.), and dry goods, 43 

Peachtree, r 102 Marietta 
Mangum Charles, molder, bds ns Henry, w of Mangum 
Mangun okson (c), shoemkr, 63 Decatnr, r 21 Gilmer 
Mangum ., nes (c), gardener, r 18 Fraser 
Mangum Millard C, salesman, bds 39 X. Pryor 
Mangum Squire (c), farmer, r 24 Ira 
MANHATTAN FIRE INS. CO., of X. Y J. S. Raine, 

genl agt ; W. B. Raine, special agt; 14 Whitehall 
Manly Daniel (c), lab, r 326 E. Hunter 
Manly John C, carpenter Ga. R. R., r 294 E. Fair 
Manly Martin, policeman, r 22 Gartrell 
Manly Richard (c), lab, r 48 Church 
Manly W. P., policeman, r 22 Gartrell 
Mann Andrew, upholsterer Pullman Car Co., r 63 Walker 
Mann Annie, wid John, bds 26 Gilmer 

Mann Edward, upholsterer Pullman Car Co., bds 63 Walker 
Mann Elizabeth, wid W. J., r 94 S. Pryor 
Mann James, blacksmith, 55 S. Broad, r es Venable, 3d s of 

Hunnicutt 
Mann James E., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 157 X. 

Calhoun 
Mann Robert D., ticket agt, 4 Kimball House 
Manning Alonzo A. (Manning & Smith, and Manning & 

Wright), r 8 Marietta 
Manning Jethro W., county school commissioner, Court House, 

bds 152 Alexander 
Manning John, elk, bds 61 Marietta 
MANNING & WRIGHT (A. A. Manning and H. P. 

Wright), lawyers, 8i Marietta 
Manning A: Smith (A. A. Manning and M. W. Smith), bil- 
liard hall, Markham House 
Mansfield James D., carpenter J. A. Tuttle, r 359 X. Collins 
Mansfield John T., plasterer, bds 359 X. Collin< 
Mapp Amanda L. Mrs., dressmkr, 39 Peachtree 

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MAP 276 MAR 

_ _ . 

Mapp David (e), porter Markham House, r ss Thurmond, w of 

Elliott 
Mapp Hilliard H., lab, r 39 Peachtree 
Mapp James J., physician, r 53 E Mitchell 
Mapp Joseph, fireman, r 34 Hilliard 
Marable Griffin (c), lab, r 39 Jones 
M arable Samuel (c), drayman, rss Hilliard, nr Irwin 
Marable William (c), wks A. &W. Pt. R. R., r 313 E. Fair 
Marable W. A., conductor W. & A. R. R., r Lafayette, Ala 
Marble Benjamin (c), fireman Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Marbut Job J. grocer, 63 Decatur, r country 
Marbut Samuel P. with J. J, Marbut, r 21 Gilmer 
Marchand Gustavus L., bkkpr B. F. Avery & Sons, bds 

Kimball House 
Marcus Max, tailor, 1 5 Peachtree, r 31 Fairlie 
Marietta St. M. E. Church, Rev. John A. Thurman, pastor ; 93 

Marietta 
Marietta St. School, Henry C. Mitchell, prin ; 271 Marietta 
Marion Josephine Miss, r 156 Whitehall 
Marion Svlvester, grocer, 282 Marietta 
MARKHAM HOUSE, Mrs. J. E.Owens, propr; Loyd, opp 

Wall 
Markham St. Presbyterian Church (c), Rev. G. S. Thompson, 

pastor ; Markham, ne cor Maple 
Markham William, bds Markham House 
Marker Rebecca, wid Samuel, r ss Wells, W. E 
MARMADUKE HENRY H., agt Va. & Tenn., and M. & 

C. R. R., 34 E. Wall, bds Markham House 
Marsh Edwin W. (Moore, Marsh & Co.), r 125 Washington 
Marsh Edwin W. Jr. (Daniel & Marsh), r 125 Washington 
Marsh Spencer Jr. elk Moore, Marsh & Co., bds 129 Wash- 
ington 
Marshall Doctor (c), lab, r rear 21 Ivy 
Marshall Henry (c), helper W. & A. R. R., r 15 S. Butler 
Marshall John, printer Constitution, r 84 W. Cain 
Marshall Orphie, wid Benjamin, r 84 W. Cain 
Martin Allie W., elk J. E. Armor & Co., r 87 S. Broad 
Martin A. T., tinner J. Warlick & Sons, r 74 N. Pryor 
Martin Caroline Mrs., boarding, 48 S. Butler 
Martin Daniel (c), carpenter W. & A. R. R., r rear 18 N. 

Calhoun 
Martin Dexter, cabinetmkr L. H. Hall & Co., r 125 Jackson 

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TOT A T3T TC'TT'P'n *" 1850.) Er Lawshe's Jewelry, Watch. Clock an* 
JjOliiJjijIiOilJuIJ Silverware Establishment Repairing a Specialty. 

MAR 277 MAS 

Martin Edward W., law student, r 15 W. Mitchell 

Martin Eli (c), lab, r 157"Markham 

Martin Ganaway, plasterer, r 125 Jackson 

Martin George Rev. (c), r 18 Cedar 

Martin George R., train hand A. & W. Pt. R. R., bds 95 Crew 

Martin George W., conductor W. & A. R. R., r 10 Rock 

Martin George W., printer Sunny South, r 234 Decatur 

Martin Henry, painter, 48 Gartrell 

Martin Henry C, grocer, ss Marietta rd, nr Maysons Ferry rd 

Martin John, painter, r ss Glenn, e of Martin 

Martin John, wks Jack & Holland, bds 95 Crew 

Martin John G., r 95 Crew 

Martin John H., with Bowie & Gholstin, r Broad, sw cor 

Alabama 
Martin Joseph H. Rev., pastor First Presb. Church, r 52 W. 

Harris 
Martin Julius, restaurant, bds 83 E. Ellis 
Martin Madison (c), wks C. R. R., r 85 Elliott 
Martin Mary, wid Allen, bds 99 Crew 

Martin Melville C. (Harvill & Martin), and druggist, 212 De- 
catur, r 10 Pratt 
Martin Nevelton, lab, r 70 Yonge 

Martin Samuel (c), porter A. C. & B. F. Wyly, r 284 Foster 
Martin Thomas A., engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 99 Crew 
Martin Thomas R., saloon, 586 Marietta, r ws Tumlin, n of 

Marietta 
Martin William, bailiff, r ws Tumlin, n of Marietta 
Martin William (c), lab, r 19 Holland 

Martin William A., with Daniel & Marsh, r 280 W. Peachtree 
Martin Zachariah, conductor A. & W. Pt, R. R., bds 31 N. 

Pryor 
Marvel Benjamin (c), lab, r ws State, n of Wallace 
Marvin George W., physician, r 269 Marietta 
Mashburn Elisha, carpenter, r 143 Walton 
Mashburn John H. elk Hooper & McKamey, r 404 N„ 

Collins 
Mashburn Melville M., brakeman, r 270 E. Hunter 
Madison Allen (c), lab, r 514 Decatur 
Mason Amos, helper W. & A. R. R 
Mason Anthony (c), shoemkr J. Westmoreland, r rear 224 W. 

Mitchell 
Mason Charles B., patternmkr, r 305 Marietta 

Fashionable Clothiers, COHEr f3w c HifliM G - . 

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MAS 278 MAY 

Mason Charlott M. Mrs., grocer, 144 Decatur 

Mason John (Mason & Weaver), r 29 W. Foundry 

Mason Patrick A., molder, bds 144 Decatur 

Mason & Weaver (John Mason and J. K. Weaver), saloon, 204 
Marietta 

MASON, see also MAYSOX. 

Masonic Hall, Marietta, se cor Broad 

Massa Enrico A., confectioner, 19 Peachtree, r Pryor, ne cor 
Line 

Masseling William, grocer, 96 Chapel 

Massey Katie B. Miss, teacher Walker St. School, r 36 Rich- 
ardson 

Massey Orrin (c), wks W. H. Roche, r 24 Magazine 
assey Robert J., physician, r 36 Richardson 

Mathis Henry, fireman W. & A. R. R., r Chattanooga, Tenn 

Matthews Amos (c), gardener, r 116 E. Ellis 

Matthews Aquilla B. mer, r ns Gordon, w of Lee, W. E 

Matthews Daniel (c), wks Rolling Mill, r 49 Victoria 

Matthews George (c), hostler O. H. Jones, r 157 W. Peters 

Matthews Henry (c), waiter, r 326 N. Calhoun 

Matthews James H., elk W. A. Shannon 

Matthews James M. (c), carpenter, r 133 Wheat 

Matthews Luke (c) carpenter, r 11 George 

Matthews Reese (c), waiter Kimball House 

Mattison Alexander, route agt U. S. Ry. M. S., r 82 Davis 

Mattox Elijah N., driver, r 308 E. Hunter 

Mattox Frank W., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., bds 116 
S. Forsyth 

MATTOX, see also MADDOX 

Mauldin John W., lab, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Maxey Samuel W., carpenter, r 115 Decatur 

Maxwell Allen (c), plasterer, r rear 210 E. Cain 

Maxwell James R., saddlery, 51 S. Broad, r 79 Bradley 

Maxwell James R. Jr., harnessmkr J. R. Maxwell, bds 127 
Decatur 

Maxwell Jerome M., printer Constitution, bds 61 Mitchell 

Maxwell Samson (c), driver Dunn, Ogletree & Co 

May Isaac (Elsas, May & Co.), r 143 S. Pryor 

May Laura L., wid S. S., bds 70 Loyd 

May Wvlie (c), farmer, r Connally, sw cor Richmond 

Mayer David (Mayer, Son & Co.), r 151 Whitehall 

Mayer Maria J., wid David, r 46 Formwalt 

-i — »-r- T — r "T7">~^7" G-eneral TJxxcLerr-ta.lx.GTr, 

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MAY 279 MEE 

Mayer Sol C. (Maver, Son <fc Co.), bds 151 Whitehall 

MAYER, SON & CO. (David and S. C. Mayer, and C. M, 
Pf'eifer), whol wines and liquors, 52 Whitehall 

MAYER, see also MEYER, and MEYERS 

Mayes Albert (<•), wks Ga. R. R., r 229 Clarke 

Mayes Columbus (c), wks F. W. Hart, r 34 Wheat 

Mayes Mary «•), lab, r rear 127 E. Baker 

Mayes John P., conductor W. & A. R. R., r 234 Elliott 

Mayes William H. elk, r rear 114 Marietta 

Mayes William L., r 100 Whitehall 

Mayfield Reuben, engineer A-L. Ry., r 61 Ga. R. R 

Maynard Robert J., foreman bindery Constitution, r 62 Mark- 
ham 

Mayo Fannie A. Miss, bkkpr F. Bell & Co., bds 46 Formwalt 

Mayo Maria, wid David, r 46 Formwalt 

Mayor's Office, 40 S. Broad 

Mayson Thomas C, grocer, 3 Marietta, r 43 Walker 

MAYSON, sec also MASON 

Mead Eugene X., trav agt, r 201 Jones 

Mead Henry (c), lab, r 25 Biggers 

Mead Sarah*, wid J. H., r 33 Ivy 

Meador Charles D., bkkpr, bds 104 E. Peters 

Meador John J., tax collector, r 210 S. Pryor 

Meador Thomas D., with J. W. Goldsmith, bds Peachtree, cor 
Baker 

Meador Whitney (c), wks J. M. Nace, r 31 Ezzard 

Meakin Joshua W. (Porter & Meakin), r 48 McDonough 

Mealing Henry (c), waiter Kimball House 

Means Samuel (c), driver M. L. Bridwell, r 55 Horton 

Mecaslin John H., sec and treas Gas Lt. Co., r 69 X. Butler 

Mechanic Steamer No. 2, 4 Washington 

Medlin B. C. J., foreman Gate City Hose Co. No. 5, r 28 
Foundry 

Medlin Pleadics M. T., carpenter Cook & Stewart, r ns New- 
ton, nr Elliott 

Medlin Thomas, carpenter, bds ns Newton, w of Elliott 

Medlock Cicero (c), lab, r E. Harris, se cor Randolph 

Medlock Moses (c), lab, r E. Harris, se cor Randolph 

Medlock Wiley (c), lab, r E. Harris, se cor Randolph 

Medlock Willis (c), lab, r E. Harris, se cor Randolph 

Meehan Patrick H., grocer, 41 W. Foundry 

Meeker Damarias L., wid Aaron, r ss Mills, nr Lovejoy 

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MEG 280 MER 

Megee Benjamin F. (W. L. Stanton & Co.),'r 62 Walker 
Mehaftey Charles C, stonecutter J. Walsh, r ws Werner, s of 

Jones 
Mehafley John R., station house kpr, r 364 Decatur 
Mehaffey Laura, wid John W., bds 13 W. Garnett 
Mehaffey Stewart, stonecutter, r ws Werner av, s of Jones 
Meigs William H., printer Eisas, May & Co., r 155 Nelson 
Meinke William J. (Behrens, Meinke & Harders), bds 199 S. 

Pryor 
Meister Peter A. B., saloon, 40 Decatur, r West End 
Melki John (c), hostler O. H. Jones 
Mell James R., elk T. C. Mayson, bds 43 Walker 
Mell John L., elk Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, bds 43 Walker 
Melton B. F. K., elk W. E. Cater, r 61 S. Broad 
Melville Thomas E., with Singer Mnfg Co., r Cannon House 
Menapace Lucas C, elk, bds 106 Whitehall 
Mendler Gus, wks Jack & Holland 
Menefee Leviticus (c), lab, r 239 Wheat 
Menefee Wesley (c), driver J. Warlick & Sons., r ns Irwin, nr 

Rolling Mill 
Menefee Wilson (c), driver, r ns Irwin, nr Rolling Mill 
Menken Fritz, policeman, r es Moore, nr Ga. R. R 
Menko Jacob, bkkpr Traynham & Lewin, bds 16 W. Garnett 
Menko Joseph (M. Menko & Bro.), r 16 W. Garnett 
Menko Julius, elk L. Cohen & Co., bds 62 W. Peters 
Menko Martin (M. Menko & Bro.), r 62 W. Peters 
Menko M. & Bro. (Martin and Joseph Menko), clothing, 21 

Whitehall 
Mercer Edward, contractor, r 160 Haynes 
Mercer Mary Mrs., prin Haynes St. School, r 189 Whitehall 
Merchant Floyd S., carpenter, bds Jackson, nw cor E. Harris 
Merchant John R. (Merchant & Mosley), r 66 Jackson 
MERCHANT & MOSLEY (J. R. Merchant and S. L. Mos- 
ley), whol grocers and commers, 70 E. Alabama, cor Loyd 
MERCHANTS BANK OF ATLANTA, Campbell Wal- 
lace, pres ; C. W. Henderson, cashier ; W. W. Clayton, 
asst cashier; 12 and 14 E. Alabama. (See page 86,) 
Merrell Alexander (c), lab, r 25 Green's Ferry av 
Merrell William P., farmer, r 98 Elliott 
Merriam Aaron B., office 43 S. Pryor, r 146 Ivy 
Merrifield George H., conductor Pullman Car Co., r 51 S. 
Broad 



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MER 281 MIL 

Merritt James B., elk Neal & Bradley, i*4 Randol])h 
Merritt Mary, wid J. W., r 301 E. Hunter 

Merritt William (c), carpenter, r 147 C. R. R. 
Merton Warren (c), lab, r es Randolph, n of E. Harris 
Methodist Advocate, Rev. E. Q. Fuller, editor and propr; 1 10 

Whitehall 
Metter Thomas D., bds Peachtree, ne cor E. Baker 
Meyer Henry, tel opr A. & C. A-L. Ry., r 229 S. Pryor 
Mever Samuel, draymaster, r 28 E. Fair 
MEYER, see also MAYER, and MYERS 
Michaels Charles, trader, 56 S. Pryor, rill E. Garnett 
Mickelberrv Charles A., elk Simons & Lee, bds 14 Clifford 
Mickelberrv James, elk Gilreath & Sloan, r 14 Clifford 
Mickelberrv William H. C, with Abbott & Bro., r 14 Clifford 
Micklejohn Frank, engineer, bds 85 Elliott 
Middlebrooks Anderson (c), lab, r 180 Clarke 
Middlebrooks John W., elk, bds 417 W. Peters 
Middlebrooks William M., grocer, 405 W. Peters, r 417 W. 

Peters 
Middleton James A., bolt cutter," r 69 Hill 
Middleton John A., coppersmith W. Trautwein, r 76 S. For- 
syth 
Middleton William G., engineer Water Works 
Mihalovitch Louis, liquors, 26 Decatur, r 169 S. Forsyth 
Mihalovitch Samuel, elk L. Mihalovitch, b4s 169 S. Forsyth 
Mildred Victoria Miss, elk Mrs. E. Moody, bds 258 Marietta 
Miles Abel, printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 304 E. Hunter 
MILLEDGE JOHN., lawyer, city recorder and auditor, 12 

E. Alabama, r 176 E. Fair 
Miller A. James, elk, bds 261 Peachtree 
Miller Baskins (c), gardener, r rear 26 Valentine 
Miller Benjamin (c), wks T. G. Eiswald 
Miller B. N., bds 132 S. Forsyth 
Miller Cesar (e), farmer, rss Wheat 3d, w of Fort 
Miller Cesar Jr. (c), lab, r ns Irwin, nr Rolling Mill 
Miller Cornelius (c), driver Morrison, Bain & Co., r Ivy, ne 

cor Decatur 
Miller DanielS., saddles and harness, 80 Whitehall, r 20 E. 

Peters 
Miller E. A., wid J. R., r 82 S. Forsyth 
Miller George (c), lab, r 138 Gray 
Miller George, wks Atlanta Brewery, r 42 E. Harris 

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MIL 282 MIL 

Miller George H., elk J. Ryan, bds 48 X. Calhoun 
MILLER GEORGE H., silverware, jewelry, bronzes, etc., 

39 Whitehall, bds Mark ham House , 
Miller Henry (c), porter, r 138 Gray 
Miller Henry F., tailor, r 135 Thompson, 
Miller Homer V. M. (Miller & Johnson), r 43 Walton 
Miller James (e), lab, r ss Wheat, 3d w of Fort 
Miller James E., carpenter, r 283 E. Hunter 
Miller John, paper carrier Lynch & Thornton 
Miller John A.-, trader, 51 Loyd 
Miller Nicy, wid Goodwin, bds 125 Jackson 
Miller Orlando F., elk Kimball House, r 79 Walton 
Miller Ralph E., printer Hitchcoek & Walden, bds 85 Mangurn 
Miller Ranson (c), waiter R. G. Thompson, r 46 W. Fair 
Miller Scott (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mifl 
Miller Stephen (c), barber, 189 Marietta 
Miller Stephen (c), cook M. Calhoun 
Miller William (c), carpenter, r 80 Houston 
Miller William (c), carpenter, r 141 Wheat 
Miller William B., boarding, r es Forsyth, s of Mitchell 
Miller Willis (c), shoemkr J. L. Jett, r 152 Marietta 
Miller Wright (c), blacksmith, Marietta, n of limits 
Miller W. A., 1st lieut Co. K., 18th Inf., r 30 McPherson 

Barracks 
Miller & Johnson (H. V. M. Miller and J. M. Johnson), phy- 
sicians, 10 W. Alabama 
MILLER, see also MULLER 

Millican Sallie'Miss, propr Callaway House, 15| S. Broad 
Milligan Lou, wid J. J., bds 146 W. Mitchell 
Mills Adam (c), lab, r 14 Randolph 
Mills Armstead (c), drayman, r 1 53 Markham 
Mills Courtney, wid E.' K., r 321 Marietta 
Mills Frances Mrs., grocer 217 W. Peters 
Mills Frank, distributing elk P. ()., r 344 Marietta 
Mills James M., engineer W. c\: A. R. R ; , r 14 W. Simpson 
Mills Solomon (c), lab r 148 Martin 
Mills William (c), wks J. M. Smith, r 42 Howell 
Mills William F., elk P. <)., bds 344 Marietta 
Millsaps Clinton, lab, r 92 Elliott 
Milner Ann, wid J. B., r 145 Decatur 
Milner Arnold, Jr., elk, bds 138 Whitehall 
Milner William J., mailing elk Jas P. Harrison & Co., bds 
145 Decatur 

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Milton Robert (c), lab, r 59 Hilliard 

Milton Sarah, wid Robert, r 1!>3 Davis 

Milton Washington (c), driver, r rear 138 Washington 

Minis Franklin P., conductor A. & W. Pt. R. It ' 

Minis John, barkpr, bds 128 W. Peters 

Minis John K., receiving elk A. &. W. Pt. R. R,. r 270 Ivy 

Minis Livingston (J. C. Johnston cy Co.), bds 328 Peachtree 

Minis Mary J., wid John, r 70 Ivy 

Minis Pierce conductor, r 144 Fillmore 

Minis William, supervisor A. & W. Pt. R. P., bds 67 X. Pryor 

Mimson Alfred, engineer C. R. R., bds 39£ Whitehall 

Mindler Frank T., gardener, r 465 Whitehall 

Minor Jackson (c), (Bentley & Minor), r 22 N. Collins 

Minor Philip (c), lab, r 103 W. Foundry 

Minter Elizabeth L., wid John, r 301 E. Hunter 

Minter Warren (c), hostler St. R. R. Co., r Line, cor Ivy 

Mission Of The Redeemer Episcopal Church, Walker, nw 

cor Fair 
Mitchell Addison (c), driver, r rear 234 Washington 
Mitchell Alexander W., mer, r 138 Whitehall 
Mitchell Andrew (c), porter J. Domini, r Grady, nr Crumley 
Mitchell Battle, elk, bds 31 N. Pryor 
Mitchell Benjamin, carpenter, Walker, nw cor Larkin 
Mitchell Caesar (c), lab, r 256 Mangum 
Mitchell Camilla T., wid Walter H., bds 67 Marietta 
Mitchell Carrie, wid W. W., r31 Trenhelm 
Mitchell Chloe E., wid E. S., bds 158 Peachtree 
Mitchell ( Jharles, gardener, r es Holland, s of Wells 
Mitchell Charles B., bkkpr, bds 138 Whitehall 
Mitchell Doctor (c), barber K. Watts, r 222 X. Calhoun 
Mitchell Edward (c), wks A-L. Ry., r 46 Jones 
Mitchell Edward (c), waiter Kimball House 
Mitchell Glenn P., elk McKoy & Williams, bds 39 N. Pryor 
Mitchell Green (c), lab, r ss Beckwith, e of limits 
Mitchell Henry, elk, bds 138 Whitehall 

Mitchell Henry C, prin Marietta St. School, r 42 Forrest av 
Mitchell Henry S., painter, bds 145 Nelson 
Mitchell Isaac' G. Rev., pastor Peachtree M. E. Ch., r 30 W. 

Garnett 
Mitchell Isaac S., grocer 142 Whitehall, r 145 S. Forsyth 
Mitchell James (c), waiter, r rear 71 W. Harris 
Mitchell James Rev., r ss Gordon, nr limits, W. E 

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Mitchell John (c), blacksmith, r 103 W. Peters 

Mitchell John (c), waiter A. W. Mitchell 

Mitchell Jordan (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r \vs State, 1st 

n of Wallace 
Mitchell Joseph (e), lab, r 93 Loyd 
Mitchell Julius (c), lab, r 271 E.' Hunter 
Mitchell Madison (c), lab, r 8 Grady 
Mitchell Marion (c), harnessmkr, r 40 Rolling Mill 
Mitchell Martha, wid W. H., r 145 Nelson 
Mitchell Matthew (c), lab, r 249 Rolling Mill 
Mitchell Matthew Rev. (c), r ss Wells, w of Humphries 
Mitchell Metus (c), lab, r 205 Irwin 
Mitchell M. H., wks L. H. Hall & Co 
Mitchell Oliver E., elk, bds 138 Whitehall 
Mitchell Robert (c), r A-L. Ry., at limits 
Mitchell Robert (c), lab, nr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Mitchell Robert (c), lab, r ss Dewalds al, w of Whitehall 
Mitchell Robert (c) wks L. H. Hall & Co., r 128 E. Harris 
Mitchell Russell C (Rice & Mitchell), r 202 Ivy 
Mitchell Shadrach (c), porter McMillan & Snow, r 140 E. Cain 
Mitchell Thomas (c), porter Adams House 
Mitchell Walter, clk,r 61 S. Broad 
Mitchell Wesley D., grocer, 300 W. Peters 
Mitchell William, carpenter, Walker, nw cor Larkin 
Mitchell William (c), Jab, r 186 Markham 
Mitchell William A., r 201 S. Forsyth 
Mitchell William D., engineer, r Hunter, cor C. R. R 
Mitchell William E., elk H. Smith, bds 201 S. Forsyth 
Mitchell William P., elk S. M. Inman & Co., bds 138 White- 
hall 
Mitchell Willis (c), lab, r 118 Irwin 

Mitchell Wyatt E., polisher Sou. Agrl Wks, r 260 Elliott 
Mize Mary A. Mrs., boarding, 65 Peachtree 
Mize Thomas S., polisher Sou. Agrl Wks, r 28 Strong 
Mobley J. J., elk Crane, Bovlston & Co., bds Markam House 
Moffatt Carrie A., wid Frederick, bds 33 W. Harris 
Moffatt George (c), hostler, r rear 33 W. Cain 
Moffatt James, bds Air-Line House 
Molan Oliver R. (c), shoeing r, 8 E. Wall 
Molsdale James, heater, r 95 Pine 
Monaghan John B., r 243 E. Fair 
Monaghan Georgia Miss, dressmkr, bds 243 E. Fair 



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MEASURE. 



Clocks andJewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
S'jf) supply you through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 

MUX 285 MOO 



Monroe Butler (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Monroe Crawford (c), driver J. C. Kimball, r 170 Pine 

Monteith Elizabeth, wid Robert, r 48 Gilmer 

Monteith Robert A., bkkpr, r 8(3 E. Cain 

Montfort Albert (e), lab, r ns Solomon, e of Eraser 

Montfort Smith (c), wks R. S. Greer, r 70 W. Foundry 

Montgomery Andrew (c), wks J. J. Williams & Co., r 181 N. 

Butler' 
Montgomery Charles D., elk M. C. & J. F. Kiser & Co., r 24 

Peachtree 
Montgomery Ransom (c), lab, r ws C. R. R., nr W. Alabama 
Moody Andrew (c), porter Smythe & Perkerson 
Moody Elizabeth Mrs., grocer, 258 Marietta 
Moody Green (c), driver J. C. Huff 
Moody Hurd (c), coachman Dr. C. Pinckney 
Moedy Matilda, wid Joel, bds rear 137 W. Baker 
Moon Robert T., bkkpr W. E. Cater, bds National Hotel 
Moore Alfred H., miner, r 134 W. Mitchell 
Moore Amos C, blacksmith Ga. R. R 

Moore Arthur B., elk Morrison, Bain & Co., r 52 Forrest av 
Moore Augusta, wid T. P., bds 183 N. Collins 
MOORE BENJAMIN F., pres Moore's Sou. Business Uni- 
versity, 38 and 40 S. Broad, r 130 S. Pryor. (See front 
cover.) 
Moore Bishop (c), lab, r 267 Randolph 
Moore B., elk 'J 1 . L. Swift, bds ss Fair, w of Peters 
Moore Charles E., with Boynton Bros 
Moore Clara, wid James, r 103 Windsor 
Moore Clarence E., elk A-L. Ry., bds 183 X. Collins 
Moore Edwin G., prin Ivy St. School, r 52 Forrest av 
Moore Felix (c), helper J. Simons, bds 165 Marietta 
Moore Giles (c), cooper Chess, Carley &Co., r W. & A. R, R,, 

n of limits 
Moore Harvey (c), candymkrF. E. Block, rws Fort, nr Hunter 
Moose Henry (c), hackman, r rear 19 Markham 
Moore Henry (c), lab, r 19 Fraser 
Moore Henry (c), lab, r 262 Marietta 
Moore Henry (c), waiter Markham House, r 29 Markham 
Moore Jacob, painter Curtis & Smith, r 78 W. Peters 
Moore James Si. (c), porter W. M. Middlebrooks 
Moore Jefferson (c), lab, r E. Harris, se cor Randolph 
Moore Jeremiah (c), lab, r 125 X. Butler 

Gents' Furnishinc Goods *»^™«y**™uKx*,*m<rs, 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE-CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNE8AW ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

MOO 286 MOR 

Moore John P., train hand W. & A. R. R., r 263 Marietta 
Moore Judge (c), lab, r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Moore J. C, conductor W. & R. R., Smyrna, Ga 
MOORE, MARSH & CO(W. A. Moore, E. W. Marsh, J. 

A. Smith, J. A. and R. L. Barry, J. Kingsbery, W. W. 
Draper and W. T. Ashford), whol dry goods, 18 Decatur 

Moore Mary, wid John r rear 160 E. Ellis 

Moore Michael A., tanner, Pine, ne cor Plum 

Moore Monroe (c), lab, r 64 Humphries 

Moore M., printer, bds 50 S. Forsyth 

Moore Robert A., cabinetmkr P. H. Snook, r 97 Larkins 

Moore Sallie Miss, with W. & W. mnfg Co., r Pine, nw cor 

Plum 
MOORE, SIMS & CO. (T. Moore, F. A.andW. I.Sims), 

grocers and com mers, 135 Marietta 
Moore Thomas (Moore, Sims& Co.), r country 
Moore Tilman (c), lab, r 27 Moseley 
Moore Virginia, wid Hugh, bds 133 Spring 
Moore Walter C. (c), lab, r 149 W. Peters'" 
Moore William (c), engineer Nat. Surg. Inst., 21 N. Collins 
Moore William (c), lab, r 16-6 S. Forsyth 
Moore William A. (Moore, Marsh & Co.), r 20 Cone 
Moore William C, painter, r 101 Whitehall 
Moore William P., wks Atlanta Rolling Hill, r 599 Marietta 
MOORE'S SOUTHERN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, B. 

B. F. Moore, pres; 38 and 40 S. Broad. (See front cover.) 
Moorefield James H., printer, r 81 W. Cain 

Moran Pascal J., foreman, r 15 Clifford 
Morelaud Asbury F., farmer, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Moreland Randall (c), lab, r ss Marietta, 2d n of Maysons Fer- 
ry rd 
Moreton Alfred F., goocer, 76 S. Pryor 
Morgan Allen P., elk J. D. Frazier* r 41 W. Peters 
Morgan Asbury K., elk, r 167 E. Simpson 
Morgan Charles H. (c), carriage trimmer, r 42 Howell 
Morgan Davis, saddles and harness, 96 Whitehall, r 184 S. 

Pryor 
Morgan Emma, wid Samuel, r 118 Luckie 
Morgan Harriet, wid F. E., r 167 E. Simpson 
MORGAN ISAAC T., candy mnfr, 85 Whitehall, r 11 W. 

Peters 
Morgan James M., student Hopkins & Glenn, r Decatur, Ga 

-1 — >-T- T — r "CJT^T" has the FINEST HEARSE in the Stat», 
r^ ' f ' lit" 1 ! JL 26 W.Alabama. (See page 96.) 



Catoosa Lime^Cemsnt and Fsrtilizsrs atJ - c - K1 *f B 5 f ^ ama . 

MOR 287 MOR 

Morgan John (c), wks Son. Agrl Wks 

Morgan John (<•). wks S. C. Hitchcock 

Morgan John Rev., circuit preacher, bds 61 S. Forsyth 

Morgan John R., special agt British America Assurance Co., 

10 W. Alabama, r Kirk wood 
Morgan Joseph H., ins agt, 37 Marietta, r 40 Spring 
Morgan Mary, wid William, bds 11 Magazine 
Morgan Matilda A., wid W. X., r 135 E. Cain 
Morgan Peter (c), lab, 200 N. Fort 
Morgan Royal J. (c), barber Markham House, r 131 X. For- 

syth. , 
Morgan Samuel (e), wks Sou. Agrl Wks, r 402 Mangum 
Morgan Samuel H., bkkpr, bds 167 E. Simpson 
Morgan Washington (c), r rear 43 W. Hunter 
Morgan William, farmer, bds 50 S. Forsyth 
Moring Christopher E., painter W. & A. R. R., r 107 Rhodes 
Morgan William P., painter, r 11 Mechanic 
Morley Stephen C, carpenter W. & A. R. R. r ss Rhodes, 1st 

e of Davis 
Morrill William C, treas, W. & A. R. R., r 249 Ivy 
Morris Calim (c). lab, r es Holland, s of Wells 
Morris Charles M., grocer 115 Decatur, r Edgewood 
Morris Cicero H., cotton buyer, r 99 Stonewall 
Morris Columbus S., grocer, r 139 Wheat 
Morris Daniel (c), lab, r 57 Lambert 
Morris Daxid P., (Morris & Bro.), r 203 Luckie 
Morris Edward (c), waiter Kimball Hon>e 
Morris Elisha S. (Morris & Bro.), r 315 W. Peachtree 
Morris Evans (c), lab, r es Holland, s of Wells 
Morris Hannah, wid William, r 202 Jones 
Morris Jacob, messenger City Hall 
Morris James A. (L. H. Hall & Co.), bds 178 W. Peter* 
Morris James W., r ws Ashby, n of Amos, W. E 
Morris John (c), lab, res Holland, s of Wells 
Morris John (c), wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 312 X". Fort 
Morris John F., grocer and drygoods, 88 and 90 W. Peters, r 

1 W. Garnett 
Morris John H., engineer W. & A. R. R., bds 201 Luckie 
Morris Joseph S. (.1. S. Morris & Son.), and engineer W. & A. 

R. R., r 201 Luckie 
Morris J.Frank, carpenter W. & A. R. R.. r ns Carter 1st, 

e of Davis 

HATC A Rkin /"* A OO at bottom prices at COHEN <fc 
MIS> Ml^jLJ OM"0 S ELI G'S, 23 WHITEHALL 



FOR INFORMATION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc, to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

MOR 288 MOS 

Morris J. S. & Son (J. S. and L. S. Morris), grocer, 196 Mari- 
etta 
Morris Leroy G., carpenter, W. & A. R. R., 71 S. Butler 
Morris Lewis, machinist E. Van Winkle. Information Re- 
fused. 
Morris Lewis S. ( J. S. Morris & Son.), bds 201 Luckie 
Morris Louis, elk, bds ws Ash by, n of Amos, W. E 
Morris Martin (c), dravman Powell, Hall & Co 
Morris Mittie Mrs., (Morris & Lyon), r 60 Whitehall 
Morris Pompey (c), lab, r 57 Lambert 
Morris P., conductor, bds 6Q Ga. R. R 
Morris Robert, elk J. Ryan, bds 33 N. Pryor 
Morris Samson A. (Terry & Morris), r 330 Decatur 
Morris Thomas A , bds 105 Ga. R. R 

Morris Virgil L., blacksmith W. & A. R. R., bds 71 S. Butler 
Morris William C. (Hall & Morris), r West End 
Morris & Bro. (D. P. and E. S. Morris\ grocers, 46 Peachtree 
Morris & Lyon Mesdames (Mrs. M. Morris and Mrs. B. Lyon), 

milliners, 60 Whitehall 
Morrison Angus (Morrison, Bain & Co.), r 111 Washington 
MORRISON, BAIN & CO. (J. Morrison, D. M. Bain and 
A. Morrison), who! hardware and cutlery, 10 and 12 S. 
Pryor 
Morrison Farquhir B., upholsterer, 33 Marietta, r 224 Elliott 
Morrison John (Morrison, Bain & Co.). r 55 Crew- 
Morrison John C ., yard master C. R. R., r 22 Rock 
Morrison Laughliii A., molder, bds 224 Elliott 
Morrow Charles, musician, r 112 Whitehall 
Morrow Cicero (»•), lab, r 27 Richmond 
Morrow Frank (<•), carpenter, r 85 Richardson 
Morrow George, driver A. C. Ladd, r 404 MoDonough 
Morrow James W., delivery elk Ga. R. R., r 228 S. Pryor 
Morrow Mary, wid O. H.," r 55 S. Broad 
Morrow Thomas (c\ farmer, r 226 Fraser 
Morse Lord W., route agt U. S. Ry. M. S., bds Markham 

House 
Morse N. A., elk J. F. Morris, bds 1 W. Garnett 
Morton A. C, agt, editor and propr Agents Manual, 14 W. 

Mitchell 
Morton Oliver (c , lab, r 306 Mangum 
Morton William (c\ lab, r 308 Mangum 
Mosedale James, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRT'S «ff be8t 



'OR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER LAW8HE. 

MOS 289 MUN 



Moseley Doc (<•), lab, r 183 Chapel 

Moseley Samuel (c), lab, rss Fulton, e of Fraser 

Moseley William (c), drayman T. G. Healey, r 74 W. Foundry 

Moses Wilson (c), plasterer, 163 Houston 

Mosley Samuel L. (Merchant & Mosley), bds National Hotel 

Moss Andrew J., policeman, r 233 E. Hunter 

Moss Cleburne (c), lab, r 225 Foster 

Moss Henry, fc), carpenter, r 110 E, Ellis 

Mosa Primus (e), porter Trimble & Goodman, r 110 E. Ellis 

Moss Seaborn (c), lab, r 131 E. Cain 

Mote Catherine, wid William, r 59 Luckie 

Mote John, lab, bds 59 Luckie 

MOTES COLUMBUS W., photographer, 32 Whitehall, r 
377 S. Pryor. (See head of each letter.) 

Mould Jacob, pedler, r 367 Decatur 

Moulton Charles H., tel opr AL. Ry., r county 

Moulton Daniel (c), lab, r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Moulton George (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Moulton Henry (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r s of Ga, R. 
R., Edgewood 

Moulton Lawyer (c), wks A-L. Ry., r 6 Horton 

Moulton Moses (c), hackman r 212 W. Hunter 

Moulton S. (c), lab, r 159 Fillmore 

Moultrie Henry (c), lab, r 52 Ga. R. R. R 

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church (c), Rev. W. H. Tilman, pas- 
tor ; 63 Fort 

Mount William C, machinist A-L. Ry 

Mount Zion Baptist Church (c), Rev. Owen George, pastor ; ss 
E Baker, 3d e of N. Calhoun 

Mover Isaac P. (c), grocer, 149 W. Peters 

Movers John M., miner, 6 Whitehall, r 262 Whitehall 

MOYERS WILLIAM T., lawyer, room 4 James Bank Blk, 
bds 262 Whitehall 

Muenter Frederick, with T. Schumann, r 63 Whitehall 

Mullennix William A., wks A. Murphy, r 145 North av 

Muller William, carpenter W. & A. R.R., r 46 Hulsev 

MULLER, see also MILLER 

Mulligan George, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Mullings Alexander B., elk Garrett & Bro., bds 54 W. Peters 

Mul lings Charles Iv., elk J. J. Williams & Co., bds S. Forsyth, 
nr Hunter 

Mundy Mary C, wid E. W., r 39 N. Pryor 

Suyixtg Ticltets vv ©ait* 
learn the aovanu^es offered by the ML <fc €. K. R. 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line Yia 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

MUN 290 MUS 

Hunger Martin L., organ builder, 52 Whitehall, bds National 

Hotel 
Munns Henry (c), drayman, r ss Richmond, e of Fraser 
Munns Scipio (c), lab, r 119 W. Fair 
Munroe William E. (J. F. Burke & Co.), r 76 S. Pryor 
Murdock Yelverton A. (c), grocer, 157 Wheat,, r 149) Irwin 
Murphey John W., asst state treas, r 83 X. Pryor 
Murphey Robert E., warrant elk Ex. Dept., bds 83 N. Pryor 
MUBPHY ANTHONY, lumber, laths, shingles, doors, sashr 

blinds and planing mill, 73 S. Forsyth, r West End 
Murphy Dennis, confectioner, 274 Marietta 
Murphy Edward, elk, r 95 Jones 
Murphy Edward C, machinist, r 54 E. Simpson 
Murphy George, barkpr, r 28 Harden 
Murphy Henry L. elk, r 23 Whitehall 

Murphy Isaiah (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, re 30 W. Simp- 
son 
Murphy James A., plasterer, r 58 W. Peters 
Murphy James W., cigarmkr, r 58 W. Peters 
Murphy John B., dentist, 77 Whitehall, r ws Hood, s of 

Whitehall 
Murphy Joseph E., elk D. H. Dougherty, r 36 W. Baker 
Murphy Mary, wid Daniel, r 232 Fraser 
Murphy Mary, wid Michael, r 164 E. Hunter 
Murphy Michael, lab, r 70 W. Foundry 
Murphy Michael K., conductor, r 92 Elliott 
Murphy Rosalie, wid Lafayette, bds 65 Peachtree 
Murphr Thomas C, dep U. S. marshal, r ws Lee, s of Gor- 
don, W. E 
Murphy Timothy C., r 54 Formwalt 
Murphy Willis (e), porter, r 14 S. Collins 
Murphy Willis (c), wks M. Calhoun, r 27 E. Glenn 
Murphy York (c), farmer, r 73 Humphries 
Murray Bonaparte (c), lab, r Mayson's Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Murray Calvin (c), hostler, r 18 W. & A. R. R 
Murray D. H., elk Snead & Co., bds 72 Marietta 
Murray Edward L., bds 12 Wheat 
Murray Eunice D. Mrs., boarding, 108 Marietta 
Murray George, fireman Ga. R. R 
Murray R. E., tel opr, bds Cannon House 
Muse Charles C, elk Stewart & Fain, r 127 S. Pryor 
Muse Elliott H., elk W. H. White, r 127 S. Pryor 

■^^ III I I n I JL , 2(3 W. Alabama. ^Seepage 96.) 



|^1X-k ^-^, best <;r\tk, Stkam and Blacksmith's Coals, bv bushel or 
_L ■ ■ *~^ car-load, J. C. KIMBALL. 54 Alabama, and 72 Marietta. 

MUS 291 NEA 

Muse George [Muse, Swift & Gr^gg), r 127 S. Pryor 

Must- Llewellyn H., bkkpr Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r 127 S. 

Pryor 
Mum. Swift & Gregg (G. Muse, S. N. Swift, Jr., and W. A. 

Greg":), clothing, 56 Whitehall 
Myers < iharles, carpenter W. & A. R. R., r country 
Myers Dennis, candymkr F. E. Block 
Myers Henry T., tel opr A-L. Ry., bds 229 S. Pryoi 
Myers Mary, wid Edward, bds 45 E. Simpson 
Myers Sarah E., wid B., r 270 X. Calhoun 
Myers William H., wks L. H. Hall & Co 
Myers William R., carpenter W. & A. R. R., bds 110 Rhodes 
MYERS, see also MAYER and MEYER 
MYNATT PRYOR L., lawyer, 12 E. Alabama, r 103 E. 

Mitchell 



N 



OW IS THE TIME 

TO HAVE YOUR BABIES PHOTOGRAPHED. 

JViote^ Cai^As quick Asl^i^ti\ir|g. 

No. 32 WHITEHALL ST. 

"7STTACE JOHN M. flour mills, 283 Decatur, r 287 Decatur 

-1-N Xace William, wks J. M. Xace, bds 287 Decatur 

Xagle Sarah, wid James, bds 151 Elliott 

NALL JOEL S., asst postmaster and M. O. elk, r 27 Cooper 

Xance John S., engineer W. & A. R. R 

Napier Fuller (c), barber C. W. Mitchell, r 33 X. Collins 

Napoleon Louis (c), cook K. G. Thompson 

Nash AlphonsoL (c), barber, 12 W. Mitchell, r 20 W. Mitchell 

Xash Clarke (c), lab, r ss Cox, e of X. Calhoun 

Nash Harrison T., car driver, r 131 Houston 

Xational Copying Co., James Finlev, genl supt ; 11 S. Broad 

NATIONAL HOTEL, E. T. White, propr} 6, 8 and 10 
Peachtree. (See page 95.) 

NATIONAL SUGICAL INSTITUTE, Dr. C. L. Wilson, 
surgeon in charge; Dr. K. H. Boland, sec and treas; Ala- 
bama, nw cor Pryor 

Xaven Nathan, bds Kimball House 

Xeal John, r 109 S. Pryor 

"D A CCT7 , '\Tr , T? , DO <^0 WT38T with fewer changes via 3Vt. <*5 
i A.OOJL1N LJXjIXO CJ. H.. H. than by any other route. 



TirkTJ TDTTPTTHP Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
X UXt X" ilDlu H Jl Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

NEA 292 NEW 

Neal John Jr., mer, r 78 N. Collins 

Neal Simuel (c), porter Eddleraan & Brown, r ws X. Calhoun, 

1st s of Merritts av 
Nealon Johanna, wid Martin, r 25 Cone 

Nealon Stephen M., dep collector U. S. Int. Rev., r White- 
hall, nw cor Hunter 
Nealy Charles (c), waiter Markham House 
Nealy Jesse W., carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 19 W. Simpson 
Neighbor Clarke (c), lab, r 13 Greens Ferry av 
Neil Dennis (c), lab, r 25 Chapel 
Neisler S. J., engineer A-L. Ry 
Nelly Martin (Nelly & Maher), r 197 S. Forsyth 
Nelly & Maher (M. Nelly and J. C. Maher), saloon, 4 E. Wall 
Nelras John W., prin keeper Penitentiary State House, r 

151 Walton 
Nelson Elbert (c), porter Sou. Ex. Co,, r 32 Valentine 
Nelson Horatio, teacher Moore's Sou. Business University, 

r 124 S. Pry or 
Nelson Minnie Mad., r 17 S. Collins 
Nelson Ruth, wid Charles, bds 202 Jones 
Nelson Thomas, fireman A-L. Ry., r 183 Fillmore 
Nelson William (c), drayman Kimball House 
Nesbitt Armstead (c), lab, r 155 E. Fair 
Nesbitt John (c), lab, r 200 N. Fort 

Nesbitt Primus (c), drayman, J. R. Simmons, r 200 N. Fort 
Nesbitt Richard (c), lab, r 200 Fort 
Nesbitt William (c), lab, r 14 Terry 
Nesby Stephen (c), lab, r 160 E. Ellis 
New Medicines, F. King, M D., editor and propr; 5 W. 

Alabama 
Newman Charles, asst bill elk A-L. Ry., bds 82 Wheat 
Newman James S., associate editor Southern Enterprise, and 

elk Dept of Agrl, r 169 W. Peachtree 
Newman Martha J., wid W. W., r 531 Marietta 
Newman William G., builder, r 37 Fillmore 
Newman William T., engineer A-L. Ry., r 82 Wheat 
NEWMAN WILLIAM T., lawyer and city attorney, 25 S. 

Broad, r 140 Ivy 
News George (c), car cleaner Pullman Car Co 
Newsom Giles (c), lab, r rear 18 Warren Place 
Newsom Rebecca, wid H. B., bds 300 Mangum 
Newton Charles S., with Dr. J. Bradfield, r 51 McDonough 

are made especially for the party wh» 



C'TJDn'DC'TTTDPJC' C'TJT'DTC! are made esj 
OnttUrOniXlIj O bUlltlb orders them 



"PCIT A "DT TQTTfn 11*1830.) Er Lawshe's Jewelry, Watch, Clock and 
JZliol riDJjlollDiJ Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 

NEW 293 NOR 

Newton Cleburne (c), hostler St. II. R., r rear 76 8. Forsyth 

Newton Mattie A. Mrs., bds 79 Spring 

Newton Osborne (c), lab, r 88 Walker 

Newton Robert (<■), porter S. S. Kendrick, r 100 Haynes 

Neylan Thomas, r 39 Line 

Nicholas Eenry T., baker Jack cV: Holland, r 46 N. Butler 

Nicholas Wade, engineer W. & A. 11. EL, r 204Mangum 

Nichols Joel, lab, r rear es Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 

Nichols John C, carpenter, Ixls Adams House 

Nichols Matthew (c), carpenter, r 05 Howell 

Nichols Matthew Jr. (c), carpenter, r 6.5 Howell 

Nicholson G. Andrew (B. Woodward & Co.), r 359 Whitehall 

Nicholson J. S., dancing academy, 3| Whitehall 

Neisz Bernhard, elk P. Breitenbucher, r 158 S. Forsyth 

Nisbet John E., elk J. Ryan, bds 160 S. Pryor 

Nix John W., carpenter Sou. Agrl Wks, r 21 Johnson 

Nix Jonas (c), lunch room, 24 Decatur 

Nix Rufus W., carpenter Sou. Agrl Wks 

Noble dames, r ns Hunter, e of Moore 

Noble James Jr., boilermkr Ga. 11. R., r 212 E. Hunter 

Nolan Antoine A. (Nolan & Doty), r 11 W. Garnett 

Nolan Oscar H., elk Nolan & Doty, bds National Hotel 

Nolan c\: Doty (A. A. Nolan and W. Doty), boots and shoes, 

67 Whitehall 
Nolly Andrew (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 51 Chatta- 
hoochee 
Nolly John (c), blacksmith, ns Gordon, e of Lee, r ns Gordon 

w of Lee, W. E 
Nolly Warren (c), hostler St. R. R. Co., r QQ Rawson 
Norcross Jonathan, r ws Lee, s of Chapel, W. E 
Norcross Virgil C. Rev., pastor Fifth Bap. Ch., r ns Lee, s of 

Chapel, W. E 
Norma Alma P., conductor, bds 119 Ga. R. R 
Norman John W., driver St. R. R. Co 
Norris Fannie (c), teacher Storrs School, r 57 Ivy 
Norris Homer V. M. (c), carpenter, r 57 Ivy 
Norris John C, watchman, r 170 E. Harris 
Norris John S., with J. Silvey & Co., r 272 W. Peachtree 
Norris J. D., wid Andrew, r 67 E. Harris 
Norris Robert H., with J. Silvev & Co., r 92 N. Calhoun 
North Albert (c),' lab, r 54 C. R. R 
North American Ice Co., C. R. R., cor Thompson 

BDHSS 4UP YAUSSS tt °WRBAf EUC ' 8 ' 

13 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESA ri ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

NOR 294 O'C 

North Joshua (c), candy mkr J. Lagomarsino, r Ivy, nr Baker 
Northcut J. B., conductor W. & A. R. R., r Acworth, Ga 
Northen Charles S., bkkpr J. C. & J. Carter, bds 141 W. 

Mitchell 
Northen Henry G., r 141 W. Mitchell 
Northen Henry G. Jr., elk A. P. Youngblood, bds 141 W. 

Mitchell 
Northen William P., engraver, bds 141 W. Mitchell 
Northington Charles N., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds 

Whitehall, cor Mitchell 
NORTON CHARLES, with SHOLES' DIRECTORIES, 

24 S. Broad, bds National Hotel 
Norton John, fireman, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Norwood Clement (c\ lab, r rear 47 Houston 
Norwood John (c), farmer, 174 Wheat 
Nott Benjamin, r 86 S. Butler 
Nott John W., engineer, r 82 S. Butler 
NOTT, see also KNOTT 
Nowell Emma, wid George, r 277 N. Calhoun 
Noyes Simon F., carpenter, r 82 Cox 
Noyes William J., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 42 Emma 
Nuckols Burrell (c), lab, r Wheat, nw cor N. Butler 
Nunan Thomas, Southeastern passenger agt St. L. & S. E. Ry., 

4 Kimball House, r 66 Houston 
Nunnally Aaron F. (Nunnally, Hallman & Co.), r 30 Rich- 
ardson 
NUNNALLY, HALLMAN & CO. (A. F. Nunnally, John 

C. Hallman, and T. J. Hightower), whol grocers, 40 and 

42 Peachtree 
Nunnally Henry (c), wks C. R. R., r 229 W. Peters 
Nutting Charles W., physician, 20 Decatur, bds 31 N. Pryor 
Nutting Willard H., elk Atlanta Nat. Bank, bds 20 Spring 



Qniy 



at Motes' 



ARE THOSE FINE 

CRAYON PORTRAITS MADE. 

ISTO. 32 WIKITIEIHI^IIIIIL. 



O 



'BRIEN JAMES E., wks McPherson Barracks 

O'Connell Timothy, wks C. R. R., bds 39| Whitehall 

!?■%■> ml, V "Dlilrvrr can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
X I ctllK. A.. Jjllluy any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.) 



CASTLE PLOCZ^ .."-'J '?,', K ; *S£&!2E«» ***« J 



9 C.Kimball's, 34 Alabama. 



I >< 295 ODO 



O'Connor Daniel A..,saloon, Markham House, r 25 X. Collins 

O'Connor Elizabeth P. Mrs., boarding, 61 Marietta 

( )'( lonnor Prank, shipping elk M. Fraklin, r25 StonewaU 

O'Connor Kate Mr-., milliner, 37 Whitehall, r 164 E. Hunter 

O'Connor Moses, shoemkr T. Scott, r 34 X. Pryor 

O'Connor Patrick, elk M. Rich & Bro., bds25 Stonewall 

O'Connor Batrick A., elk W. F. Stokes & ( !o., bds 61 Marietta 

O'Dell Fannie, wid Lee, bds82 Rock 

O'Dell John \\\. grocer, 176 Decatur 

O'Donohoe James, boss chain gang, r 23 Reed 

O'Donnellv John, tailor, 9 E. Hunter, r 55 Larkin 

O'Donnelly Robert, elk J. Keely, bds 55 Larkin 

O'Keefe Thomas J., elk, r 111 E. Hunter 

O'Neal Hiram (c), gardener, r 317 X'. Collins 

O'Xeal Levi (c), lab, r 73 Bradley 

O'Neal Young (c), lab, bds 73 Bradley 

O'Neill James, elk J. W. Stokes, r 98' Decatur 

O'Xeill John, butcher, 84 X. Forsyth and 62 Decatur, r 289 
Peach tree 

O'Xeill Mary A., wid P. H., bds 98 Decatur 

O'X'eill Nora, wid Jeremiah, r 69 E. Fair 

O'Xeill Patrick H., r 98 Decatur 

O'Xeill Thomas M., with J. M. Bradstreet & Son Co., bds Wil- 
son House 

O'Quin William B., elk, r 14 Jennings al 

O'Shields Alfred, watchmkr, r 27 E. Foundry 

O'Shields Elizabeth A. Miss, r 346 Mangum 

O'Shields Henry, puddler Rolling Mill, bds 389 Marietta 

O'Shields John, butcher, 218 Marietta, r 330 Mangum 

O'Shields John, candymkr F. E. Block 

O'Shields Simpson, lab, r 422 Marietta 

< ►'Sullivan Dennis, springmkr \V. & A. R. R., r 249 Decatur 

OAKES MARY MRS, seamstress, r ns Pine, e of Fort 
Oakes William, tailor M. Marcus, r 130 Xorth av 
Oakland Cemetery, L. G. Holland, sexton; eastern terminus, 

Hunter 
Oatman Stephen B., com mer, r 75 Spring 
Odd Fellow's Hill, Whitehall, se cor Alabama 
Odotn Albert (c), porter I, S. Mitchell, r rear 145 S. Pryor 
Odom Daniel A., engineer, r 10 X. Bell 

■^ C> TV /r-i ~t >*-^*-t Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. than by 
M *-^ -l_m/-M- ■ ■ C ~^H* any other route to ail points West. 



"Dfi"D TVR T}jn TTip Rates to or from North. East or West, apply to R. A. 
J. UXl J. I\iJj±uH J. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

ODO 296 OLS 



Odom George ic), lab, r 48 Beck with 

Odom John (<•), lab, r ws Robbing, s of Wells 

Odom John W., engineer, r 5 Bell 

Odom Wesley (c), striker Sou. Agrl Wks 

Ogbourne Sue B., wid \V. H., bds 72 Marietta 

Ogden Elizabeth H., wid George, r 160 N. Collins 

Oglesby John (e), carpenter, r 35 Moore 

Oglesby Junius G., with A. C. 6c B. F. Wyly, r ss Richardson, 
w of S. Pryor 

Oglesby William (c), barber, r 60 C. R. R 

Oglethorpe Park, W. & A. R. R., 2 miies from Union Depot 

Ogletree Baltimore (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 19 Davis 

Ogletree Bathsheba, wid Samuel, bds 47 Tatnall 

Ogletee George T. (Dunn, Ogletree & Co.), r 150 S. Pryor 

Ogletree Samuel H., bkkpr Longley & Robinson, r nr Ga. R. 
R., Edgewood 

Olcott Edward H. (McMillen & Olcott), r 168 Loyd 

Oldfield Albert N., snpt tel and dispatcher A-L. Ry., r 229 S. 
Pryor 

Oldfield Lucy, wid James, r 288 Eraser 

Oliver Charles J., painter, r 67 Larkin 

Oliver Cornelius (c), Jab, r 153 Luckie 

Oliver Henry (c), driver H. Banks 

Oliver John S. (J. S. Oliver & Co.), r ws Peachtree 4th, n of 
junc W. Peachtree 

Oliver Joshua, elk J. S. Oliver & Co., bds ws Peachtree, 4th, 
n of junc W. Peachtree 

Oliver J. S. & Co. (J. S. Oliver and W. Hamilton), cotton 
warehouse, 28 and 30 W. Alabama 

Oliver Lewis H., elk J. S. Oliver & Co., bds ws Peachtree, 
4th n of junc W. Peachtree 

Oliver Marion (c), fireman A-L. Ry 

Oliver Mary S. Mrs., artist. 30 Whitehall, r 37 Walton 

Oliver Robert (c), lab, r 22 High 

Oliver Thomas A., elk J. S. ( )liver & Co., bds ws Peachtree, 
-1th n of junc W Peachtree 

Oliver Wallace, patent fencing, bds Adams House 

Olmstead L. Roland, woodwkr A. T. Finney, bds Air- 
Line House 

OMSTED JOHN C, physician, 7* Whitehall, r 103 Loyd 

Olson Alexander E., blacksmith J. Mann, bds 89 Stone- 
wall 



1" <k clocks and JewHry. Er Lawsbe, 47 Whitehall St., flan 

*»>v ^* supi>ly you through manufacturers, at bottom pricop. 

OLS 297 OWE 

( Hson Eric, lab, r 48 Yonge 

Olson Lars, painter, r80 Stonewall 

Orme Aguiila J. (G. P. and F. agl A. & W. Pt. R. R.), r 2 $ 

Luekie 
Orme Archibald, elk McMillian & Snow, bds &3 Marietta 
ORME F. H., physician (homeopathic), 18 X. Broad, r 28 

Luck ic 
Orme Joseph T., elk W. M. & R. J. Lowry, bds 42 W. 

Peters 
Orme William P., see and treas A. & W. Pt. R. R., 32 

Loyd, bds Markham House 
Ormond James, propr Atlanta Paper Mills, 43 S. Broad, r 62 

Nelson 
Ormond Robert M., elk Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r 62 Nelson 
Ornstein Sigmund, elk Hdqrs.'Dept of Smith, ltd- 39^ VV". 

Whitehall 
ORR EDGAR H., Lawyer, 8 S. Broad, bds 54 Tatnall 
ORR GUSTAVUS J, state school commissioner, State 

House, r 54 Tatnall 
Orr Samuel A., machinist W. & A. R. R., r 74 Mangum 
Orr William (c), porter Shannon & Simmons 
Orr William B., machinist W. & A. R. R., bds 74 Mangum 
Ortagus Ann, wid Gregory, bds 51 S. Broad 
Ortagus Georgia Mrs., matron Atlanta Benevolent Home, r 81 

E. Alabama 
Osborn William A., trader, 51 Loyd 
Osborne Archibald <)., tel opr C. R. II., r 78 Nelson 
Osborne Charlotte, wid John, r 20 Elliott 
Osborne James M., carpenter, r 6^ Chapel 
Osborne William, bds 20 Elliott 
Osborne William F., elk, r 72 Wheat 
Oslin Asa (c), wheelwright, r 160 C. R. R 
Osterman August (',. elk Dept. of South, r 114 Marietta 
Overby William (c), barber, 32 Decatur 
Owen Cordelia S. Miss, packer J.' F. Burke & Co., bds 54 

Fraser 
Owen Edward, elk. bds 54 Fraser 
Owen Emiline, wid Powell, r 54 Frasei 
Owen Fanny R., wid R. D., r 110 Rhodes 
Owen George, shoemkr, l>d.- 54 Fraser 
Owen John \\\, machinist W. & A. R. R., r 110 Rhodes 
Owen Mary C. Miss, preceptress ('lark University, r 377 

Whitehall 

COHEN' & S-ELIG, THE ^5Pr E EHL L FL0WPR,CES ' 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

OWE 298 PAI 

Owen Mary H. S., wid J. F., r 142 W. Peters 

Owen Onslow F. (Bergstrom & Co.), and elk Sou. Ex. Co., r 

168 Lovd 
Owen Robert C, carpenter W. & A. R. R., bds 110 Rhodes 
Owen Washington G. (Crawford & Owen), r 76 MeDonongh 
Owens Alfred'! c), lab, r 154 Ga. R. R i 

Owens Anne M., wid W. J., bds 216 N. Collins 
Owens Benjamin F., carpenter, 6 W. Mitchell, r ns Lee, s of 

Gordon, W. E 
Owens Calvin, brickmason, r rear 28 Larkin 
Owens Henry C, grocer, 105 Houston 
Owens Horace P., saloon, Gordon, ne cor Lee, bds ws Lee, s 

of Gordon, W. E 
Owens James E. Mrs. propr Markham House, Lovd, opp Wall 
Owens Mary Mad., r 86 S. Broad 
Owens Patrick, policeman, r 25 Castleberrv 
Owens Preston (c), lab, r 54 Mills 

Owens Stephen C, junk dealer, 93 S. Broad, r rear 21 Larkin. 
Owens Thomas (c), lab, r 293 MeDonongh 
Owens William, heater, r State, ne cor Corput 4 
Owen> William, machinist E. Van Winkle, bds 91 Mangum 
Owing A. Young, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r5 Hunnicutt 
Owings Elizabeth, wid R., r 33 Fulton 
Owings John D., elk, bds 33 Fulton 
Ozburn James R. D., cotton buyer, r 116 S. Forsyth 
Ozburn William, elk J. W. Cotton, bds 116 S. Forsyth 



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amnXs, to not Jail to H{me 

YOUR CHILDREN PHOTOGRAPHED 

, sr ]\/b: o t E! *=* , 

V i^Who makes a Specialty of FIXE WORK.- \ 

3NT<3. 32 ^Vliiteli^ll. 

PACE HEZEKIAH (c), lab, r 140 X, Butler 
Pace James T., dep U. S. marshal; bds Kimball House 
Pace Judge (e), lab, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Pacetti Dennis S., barkpr C.J. Weinmeister, r 21 X'. Calhoun 
Page William P., butcher, r 214 Eraser 
Paine Edward T. Jr., bkkpr E. T. Paine, r 5| Marietta 
PAINE E TATTNALL, sec Direct Trade Union, P. of H., 
and com mer, 13 S. Broad, bds 76 Marietta 

$ w «? /f? =*-», & "WkWr^SS and Styles of SHIRTS are made at 
A&.JU 1 JM ^l^^JLf'JF^^ Shr« 1; ... ire's Shirt Factory. 



THF RF^T PO Al < at 'owtest prices, al J. C.KIMBALL'S r 

I ML DLOI UUrtL J ■>» Ahil.iiiua and 72 M.. on t ;i . 

PA I 299 PAR 

Paine ThomasB., elk A.. C. & B. F. Wyly, bds 67 N. Pryor 

PA INK, see also PAYNE 

Pakman Charles, fireman, A. & Pt. R. R., r 202 Crew 

Palmer Frederick P>., elk W. A. Taylor, r301 W. Witchell 

Palmer John M., tinner llunnientt & Bellingraths, r 60 Hay- 
den 

Palmer Lucius, elk, bds 8 W. Mitchell 

Palmer William M., tinner Hnnnicutt & Bellingraths, bds 60 
Hay den 

Parham Hamilton H., (c), lab, r 156 Gray 

Parham Henry (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 156 Gray 

Paris Charles (c), blacksmith Wra. Forsyth 

Paris John A., painter, 102 Whitehall, r 35 Fraser 

Paris J. H., patent paints, bds Adams House 

Paris Sarah A.,(e), boarding, Ivy, ne cor Decatur 

Parish Dean, meats and vegetables, 249 W. Peters, r 263 W. 
Peters 

Parish John T., heater Atlanta Rolling Mill, r es Marietta, n 
of limits 

Parish Mary A., wid Thomas, r ss Marrietta rd, nr May- 
sons Ferry rd 

Parish Sarah A., wid Charles, r ss Marrietta rd, nr May sons 
Ferry rd 

Park Albert C, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Park A. F., roller Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Park Dilmus, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Park Fisher, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Park James R., helper Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Park John R., elk F. E. Block, r 108 X. Collins 

Park Thomas D., physician, bds 72 Marietta 

Park William T., physician, Fair, se cor Cooper 

Parke Rosanna, wid John, r 163 Gilmer 

Parke Thomas 1)., physician, 6 Whitehall 

Parker Alfred (c), lab, r 166 E. Ellis 

Parker Amos (c), lab, r 127 Magazine 

Parker Catharine J., wid W. C, r 161 S. Forsyth 

Parker Eliza, wid Airlrew, r 125 Marietta 

Parker Hanson J., carder Atlanta Cotton Factory, r 580 Ma- 
rietta 

PARKER JAMES, meat market, 127 W. Mitchell, r 272 
W. Mitchell 

Parker Laura V., wid J. M., bds L35 S. Pryor 

rntja, \J' 4L, r* Tr* TJ is thoronffbly equipped, and FIRST" 

"JL,iH.V«< 1"JL«' QL %JQ Al?f) i*-.* CLASS iu every reapea. 



TO QlTf TT"R 17 Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE 
X \J Oi-Li U XY-E* KENiVESAW ROUTE. R.W. Wrenn. Oen Pars A<rt 



KE.V.HESAW ROUTE, B.Mr. VVrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 



PAR 300 PAT 



Parker John (c), driver Bowie & Gholstin, r 1 "24 Blackmon 

Parker Madison G., bkkpr Rice & Mitchell, r 50 Peachtree 

Parker Sallie Mrs., r 41 Bradbury 

Parker Samuel (c), lunch room, 8 Ivy 

Parker William B., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds Pine, ne 

cor Plum 
Parker Washington L., blacksmith A-L. Rv., r41 Moore 
Parkhurst William F., bkkpr Hunnicutt cv Bellingraths, r 5 

Clarke 
Parkins George, bds 222 E. Harris 
PARKINS WILLIAM H., architect and supt, Marietta, 

nw cor Peachtree, r 222 E. Harris. (See front fly B.) 
Parks Burrell (c), janitor Ivy St. School, r 18 Jennings al 
Parks Dennis (c), lab, r 127 Markham 
Parks George (c), driver Jack & Holland, r 94 Walton 
Parks Griffin (<•), carpenter, r Magazine, ne cor Walnut 
Parks Harwell H, Rev., pastor First Methodist Church, r 33 

Luckie 
Parks H. B. (c), teacher, r 130 Irwin 
Parks John (c), lab, r 64 C. R. R 
Parks John S. (R. DuBose & Son), r 33 Luckie 
Parys Peyton D. (c), shoemkr A. J Delbridge, r rear 224 W. 

* Mitchell 
Parks Richard fc), lab, r 283 McDonough 
Parmenter S., engineer W. & A. R. R 
Parr Benjamin W., painter, r Randolph, ne cor Houston 
Parr Charles, wks Longlev & Robinson 
Parr John, elk J. O'Sh'ields 

Parramore M. Everett, harnes-mkr D Morgan, r 16 Chapel 
Parrish James R., policeman, r rear 28 Larkin 
Parrott George W. (G. W. Parrott & Bro.), r 17 Wheat 
Parrott George W. cv Bro. (G. W. & T. F. Parrott), Pryor, 

nw cor Hunter 
Parrott Samuel F., elk, bd* 17 Wheat 
Parrott Theodore F. (G. W. Parrott & Bro.). r 71 Wheat 
Parsons Charles, fireman A. & W. Pt. R. R 
Parsons Richard, market, r 112 Rawson 
Pascal J. Moran, printer Constitution, r 15 Clifford 
Patch Mary C. Miss, dressmkr 661 Whitehall, r 82 Decatur 
Patch Mary C. S, wid Nathaniel, bds 82 Decatur 
Pate James A., bds 299 X. Collins 
Pate James K., wks Ga. R. R., r 120 Gullatt 

CD A ME/ Y Dl II CV geneb a.lundert aker, 

rnArll\ A. DLILCI, 26 W. Alabama. (See pajie 9b.) 



Tkn Arnnrlnl Qnn^tonlo :l 9p«HSi«lt3V| and the best in use. ER, 

I ne Arunaei opectacie law-hik, soie rt gem in Atlanta. 

PAT 301 PAU 



Pate .It-—, shoemkr, r 277 X. Calhoun 

Pate P. II . elk Ga. R. R., r Covington, Ga 

Patison James B., shoemkr Ed' 1 1 email & Brown, r 196 Luckie 

Patman James (<•), lab A Levden, r rear 16 Markham 

Patrick Albert (ei, lab, r 65 King 

Patten X. E., 2d lieut Co. C, 18th Inf.. r 15 McPherson Bar- 
racks 

Patters >n Robert, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, bds 81 
S onewall 

Patterson Edward R., messenger Citizens Bank of Ga.. r 70 
Alexander 

Patterson (i. M.. train hand W. & A. R. R., r Ackworth, Ga 

Patterson James, bridge tender, r 70 Alexander 

Patterson James, shoemkr, r 196 Luekie 

Patterson James !>., brakeman W. & A. R. R., bds 70 Alex- 
ander 

Patterson James T., ear builder A-L. Ry., r 81 Stonewall 

Patter-on Sohn D. (Patterson & Brown), r 39 X. Prvor 

PATTERSON WILLIAM H., cashier Citizens 'Bank of 
Ga., r 422 Peaehtree 

Patterson & Brown (J. D. Patterson and H. H. Brown), gro- 
cers, Peaehtree, junction Ivy 

Pattillo Walter B., printer Sunny South, bds W. & A. R. R,, 
\v of Spring 

Pattillo Washington (c"», lab. 26 High 

Pattillo William F. fW. P. & W. F. Pattillo). r Decatnr Ga 

Pattillo William P. (W. P. & W. F. Pattillo), r 167 Crew 

PATTILLO W. P. & W. F. (W. P. and W. F. Pattillo), 
gen I agts HAMBURG— BREMEN INS. CO , of Ger- 
many, and agts HOME INS- CO of X. Y; NORTH 
BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INS. CO of Eng- 
land; FRANKLIN INS. CO. of Penn; PHOENIX 
INS CO of Hartford; GEORGIA HOME INS CO 
of Columbu<, Ga; SOUTHERN MUTUAL INS. CO. 
of Athens, Ga; TRAVELERS LIFE AND ACCI- 
DENT INS. CO. of Hartford: office 3. S. Pryor 

Patton Julius M., cashier Ga. Banking & Tru-t Co, r 1 1 <i 
M< I tonough 

Patton W. B., bds Air-Line House 

Paul C. R.. 1st lieut Co. F. 11th Inf., r 14 McPherson Bar- 
racks 

Paul Benjamin L.. elk, r 53 W. Simpson 

EgiW ^ S? Syily? 23 WHITEHALL. ' 



■PTTPTT'DOTfMT rPTPT^TT'PC! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
illilU UlwlUIN llwililiw Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

PAU 302 PEC 



Paul Don E., polisher Sou. Agrl Wks 
Paul Robert K., carpenter, r 53 W. Simpson 
PAUSE TH- A., restaurant and saloon, 34 Marietta 
Payne Alexander (c), lab, r ss Baugh, w of Lee, W. D 
Payne Alonzo (c), lab, r 127 Whitehall 
Payne Caroline A. Mrs. private school, 158 Luckie 
Payne Columbus M., county treasurer, r 22 Spring 
Payne David (c), waiter J. W. Loyd, r es Terry, s of Fair 
Payne Edwin T., grocer, 395 Marietta, r 269 Luckie 
Payne Lucy M., wid Edwin, bds 383 Marietta 
Payne Richard R., salesman, r 168 Loyd 
Payne Robert, lab, bds W. & A. R. R., nr Spring 
Payne Robert (c), lab, r 121 Luckie 
Payne Robert T., helper Hunnicutt vfc Bellingraths 
Payne Squire N. (c), porter D. C. McPhee, r 307 Luckie 
Payne Warren D., machinist Winship & Bro., r 276 W. Peach- 
tree 
PAYNE, see also PAIXE 
Paynes M. E. Chapel, Rev. W. F. Quillian, pastor; 282 

Luckie 
Payton Thomas (e), lab, r es Werner av, s of Jones 
Pea James (c), porter W. A. Taylor, r 113 Markham 
Pea Moses (c), shoemkr, r 113 Markham 

Peacock Frederic?* S. (Pinson & Peacock), bds 120 AVhitehall 
Peacock James T., r 10 W. Garnett 

Peacock William J., molder, bds Haynes, nw cor W. Hunter 
Peak Bartow (c), drayman G. AV. Lowe, r rear 125 Nelson 
Peak Green (c), lab, r ns Maysons Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Peak John (c), drayman, r Magazine, ne cor Lowe 
Peak Warren (c), lab, r Magazine, ne cor Lowe 
Peak William, elk, bds 61 S. Forsyth 

Peake William W, route agt V. S.Ry. M.S., bds 112 S. Pryor 
Pearce Nancy, wid John, r 27 Corput 
Pearx.n Robert, elk, bds 205 AV. Peters 
Pease Oliver, saloon, Lee, sw cor Gordon, W. E 
Peck Alfred (c), porter, G. AV. Parrott & Pro . 
Peck Edward (c), harnessmkr, r 150 McDaniel 
Peck Frank H., elk, bds 83 Ivy 
Peck George S., innfr, bds 83 Ivv 

Peck John B., elk McNaught & Scrutchin, r 296 Whitehall 
Peck John B., pupt, bds 142 Peachtree 
PECK JOHN C-, contractor and builder, 24 Loyd, r 83 Ivy 

SHROFSHXRIPB SHXBTS WIW* 



f#»«±1« Ba/sI* H««1 approvea rjy thousands, always the cheapest in 
UftSLlS luQCJ£ UOcil, market. J. C. KIMBALL, 54 Alahama. 

PEC 303 PEN 

Peck Lerov M.. painter, r 25 Cone 

Peck William V. ( W. F. Peck & Co.), r 66 E. Ellis 

Peck William F. & Co. (W. F. Peck and ). whol notions, 

13 N. Piyor 
Peck William H., editor, r 173 Peachtree 
Peck Willis, plasterer, r 142 Peachtree 
Peek William C, elk, bds 25 N. Forsvth 
PEEL DAVID G., confectionery 10 S. Broad, r 25 Irwin 
PEEL JOHN, saloon, 10 S. Broad, bds 50 N. Broad 
Peel William L., cashier Bank of State of Ga., 62 E. Cain 
Peeples Eliza J., wid C, r 11 E. Cain 
Peeples Green, wks E. R. Budden, r 271 E. Hunter 
Peeples Henry C, lawyer, 23 Whitehall, bds HE. Cain 
Peeples William (c), porter, r \vs Hi 1 Hard, 3d n of E. Harris 
Peers John L. (Peers & Brown), r 194 E. Harris 
Peers John S. M., com mer, 83 Whitehall, r 39 W. Peters 
Peers & Brown (J. L. Peers and A. P. Brown), com mers, 42 

Decatur 
Peirce C. H., sec and treas A. <fe C. A-L. Rw, r New York 
Pellegrini Pellegrino (Pellegrini & Castleberry), r 1 Holland 
Pellegrini & Castleberry (P. Pellegrini and Z. Castleberry), 

terra eotta works, es Chapel, s of Brick 
Pelot Julius D., advertising agt Georgia Republican, r 61 S. 

Forsyth 
Pelot William J., lab, bds 61 S. Forsyth 
Pemberton Charles, elk, bds 41 E. Mitchell 
Pemberton James 8. (Pemberton, Samuels & Bevnolds), r 41 

E. Mitchell 
PEMBERTON, SAMUELS & REYNOLDS (J. S. Pem- 
berton, B. F. and P. M. Samuel and J. J. Reynolds), 

druggists, 2 Marietta 
Pendergast C. F., with J. E. Johnston & Co., bds Kimball 

House 
Pendleton Edward M. Dr. (E. M. & W. M. Pendleton), bds 

316 Whitehall 
PENDLETON E. M. & W. M. (Dr. E. M. and William 

M. Pendleton), proprs Pendleton's Fertilizers. 19 S. 

Broad 
Pendleton Henry (_'.. trav agt, r 29 Cooper 
Pendleton Isabella, wid William, bds 169 Havnes 
Pendleton James C, with E. M. & W. M. Pendleton, bds 316 

Whitehall 

T^^=s k -J 3 'jr-*k-*'»*=3k Buying Tick.ets West* 
ft ^E Z 3 C * a %^s learn the auvautui;es offered Uy t.Ue M. «fc C. K. R. 



PULLM&N PALACE CARS leave Atlanta dailv for Washington by the 
KENNE8AW Rol'TE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

PEN 304 PER 

Pendleton John F., lawyer. 29 Whitehall, r 169 Havnes 

Pendleton William M.* (E. M. & W. M. Pendleton), r 316 
Whitehall 

Pendley Elizabeth, wid Thomas, r North av, se cor Willow 

Penn Abraham (e), lab, r 9 Ella 

Penn Thomas J., policeman, r ws X. Calhoun, 2d n of Pine 

Pennick Clifford R., trav agt L. H. Hall & Co., r 128 S. 
Pryor 

Pennv Hampton H., stable manager St. R. R. Co., r 47 Mar- 
tin 

Perdue Francis- P., ins agt, r 64 Hayden 

Perdue George \Y.. shopmkr, r 123 Marietta 

Perdue John (c), wood yard, ns Henry, w of Elliott 

Perdue John A. (Romare. Perdue & Egleston), r 35 Luckie 

PERKERSON ANGUS M., sheriff Fulton County, r 23 
W. Baker 

Perkerson Daniel, c'k Snivthe & Perkerson, r county 

Perkerson Dempsey (Smythe<&: Perkerson), r 16 W. Mitchell 

Perkerson John A., salesman, r 14 Haynes 

Perkins E., wks D. Morgan, r 85 Humphries 

Perkins E. D. X., teacher, r 85 Humphries 

Perkins John lei, blacksmith I Tanner 

Perkins John O. (J. (). & X'. W. Perkins), and physician, r 
431 Whitehall 

PERKINS J. 0. & N. W. (John O. and Nelson W. Per- 
kins), photographers' stock, 46 Whitehall 

Perkins Mary V., wid J. H., r 43| Whitehall 

Perkins Nancy, wid W. H.. bds 55 8. Forsyth 

Perkins Nathan (c), barber, r 13 Irwin 

Perkins Nelson W. (J. (). & X. W. Perkins), bds 43 1 , White- 
hall 

Perley John, bds National Hotel 

Permenter Jesse, engineer, r 73 Elliott 

Perrine AV. H., carpenter A-L, Ry 

Perry Chestnut (c). lab, r Peachtree, ne cor E. 2d 

Perry Handy (c), shoemkr, r 133 X. Calhoun 

Perry I.-hain (c), S'onemason, r ns Blackmon, e of Fort 

Perry John (c), w:ii er Miss F. Trout 

Perry Philip (e), 1 •!>, r rear ws Lee, s of Gordon. W . E 

Perry Richard (c . stonemason, r ws Randolph, nr Irwin 

Perry Robert (c), lab, r 231 W. Hunter 

Perry Stephen (c . porter Holland A: Crenshaw, r rear 82 X. 
Calhoun 

UNDERTAKING ^ ^£& XSf^M&W^ 1 * 3 



FO R Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. E3R. LAWSHE. 

PER 305 PHI 

Perryman Frank M., with Munrc, Marsh & Co., r 24 N. Col- 
lins 
Perryman James, hackman, r 55 S. Broad 
Person Doc (c), lab, r es Windsor, nr limits 
Peters Alexander (c), carpenter, r 250 Richardson 
Peters Edward C, supt Atlanta St. R. R. Co., and ticket agt 

Union Depot, r 99 S. Forsyth 
Peters Richard, pres Atlanta St". R. K. Co., r 99 S. Forsyth 
Petershell Matthew, lab, r ns Greens Ferry av, nr limits 
Peterson Josiah S., with Georgia Republican, r ss Ga. R. R., 

Edgewood 
Peterson Seaman M., fireman A-L. Rw, r 67 E. Harris 
Pettis Edward (c), lab, r 273 W. Mitchell 
Pettis Hannah Mrs., r 147 W. Hunter 
Pettis Harrison, with C Taylor, r 72 Martin 
Pettis William, barkpr, r 147 W. Hunter 
Pettus John G., physician, r ws Lee, n of Gordon, W. E 
Petty Abram (c), butcher Tolbert & Bro., r Peachtree, bey 

limits 
Petty John P. with J. M. Robifson &. Co., bds 67 Ivy 
Peyton Emory (c), lab, r 173 Davis 

PeVton W. R., wks C. R. R., r ns Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Pfeifer Charles M. (Mayer, Son & Co.), r 270 Whitehall 
Pfund August, baker H. Karwisch. bds 91 Decatur 
Pharr Benjamin Y., watchmkr, 202 Marietta, r 72 Rock 
Pharr John, fireman, bds 119 Ga. R. R 
Phelan Cicero, butcher, bds rear 23 Venable 
Plielan Elizabeth, wid Isaac, r rear 23 Venable 
Phelan William B., lab, r rear 23 Venable 
Phelps Adam (e), candymkr, r 181 N. Calhoun 
Phelps Anderson (c), lab, r 181 N. Calhoun 
Phelps Ansel B., bkkpr J. H. James, r 47 Church 
Phibbs Thomas elk J. Keely, r 188 Whitehall 
Phillips Andrew (c), lab, r ss Irwin, nr limits, W. E 
Phillips Anthony (c), driver, r rear 49 Washington 
Phillips Caspar, r 304 Decatur 

Phillips Clem A., elk J. W. Phillips & Co., bds 402 Decatur 
Phillips Columbus, machinist, A-L. Ry., r 304 Decatur 
Phillips David (c), wks Harrison & Bro 
Phillips George H., watchman A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 114 

Spencer 
Phillips Harvey (c), cook, r ws Vine, s of Parsons 

~nn~ f~^\czi~i — rnn — > v/ a large assortments cohen jlseliq'S. 

JnHw>fcZ>J CLl_tO JL - 23 WHITEHALL. ••"«» » •«•■ •, 



THROUGH C A ^S leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

PHI 306 PIN 

Phillips Harvey T. (Phillips & Crew), r 308 Peachtree 
Phillips Henry, blacksmith, 70 Decatur, r 71 King- 
Phillips James (c), driver Kennesaw Mills Co., r 52 Howell 
Phillips John W. (J. W. Phillips & Co,), r 402 Decatur 

Phillips J. W. & Co., (J. W. Phillips and ), stoves and 

tinware, 26 Marietta 
Phillips Mary F.,wid J., r 80 Hoge 
Phillips Rufus W., drayman, r rear 514 Decatur 
Phillips Susan Miss, r 13 W. Mitchell 

Phillips William R. (W. R. Phillips Jr. & Co.), r 41 X. For- 
syth 
Phillips William R. Jr. (W. R. Phillips & Co.), r 41 X. 

Forsyth 
Phillips Willis (c), wks Rolling Mill, r 114 Gray 
Phillips W. A., carpenter A-L. Rv., r Edgewood 
Phillips W. R. Jr. & Co. (W. R. and \V. R. Phillips Jr.), gro- 
cer-. 41 Peachtree 
PHILLIPS & CREW (H. T. Phillips and B. B. Crew), books, 
stationery, pianos, organs and musical mdse, 8 and 10 
Marietta % 

Phinizy Stephen (c), lab, r 37 Rawson 
Pickens Monte, printer Sunny South, bds 2 Marietta 
PICKERT AUGUSTUS F., millinery and fancy goods, and 

hair goods, 45 Whitehall, r 62 S. Broad 
Pierce Bird, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 36 Emma 
Pierce E. B., wid E. B., r 67 Whitehall 
Pierce Frederick, painter, bds 53 E. Ellis 
Pierce M. E. Chapel, Rev. E. B. Chamberlain, supt; ss Raw- 
son, bet Smith and Hood 
Pierce Robert (c), drayman, r 178 E. Harris 
Pierce William B., manager American L. Oil Co., r 74 Peach- 
tree 
Pierce William F., machinist J. W. Gurley, r 67 Whitehall 

Pierce , elk, bds 29 Houston 

Pierson Jackson (c), lab, r 78 Fraser 

Pike Samuel R., tailor T. C. Champ, r 141 North av 

Pilgrim Green A., gardener, bds 268 Jones 

Pilgrim Isaac B., printer Constitution, r 268 Jones 

Pilsbury William K., asst editor Atlanta Independent 

Pinckney B., wks L. H. Hall & Co 

Pinckney Charles, physician, 25 Peachtree, r 94 Walton 

Pinckney Cotesworth, elk, bds 94 Walton 

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J. <:. KiniiALi,, 51 Alabama and 72 Marietta. 



PIN 307 PLU 



Pinckney Joliu M. (c), tailor, 43 Peachtree 

Pine Edwin J. (Tripod & Pine), r 47 Whitehall 

Pine Frank P., painter Tripod & Pine, b,ds 47 Whitehall 

Pines Charles S. policeman, r ss Orange, e of Smith 

Pinion Sanford V., roller Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 104 Elliott 

Pinion William B., lab, r 104 Elliott 

Pinson Albinus J., physician, 158 W. Peters, r 127 W. Fair 

Pinson John (c), lab, r 32 Bradbury 

Pinson John L. (Pinson & Peacock), r 120 Whitehall 

PINSON & PEACOCK (J. L. Pinson and F. S. Peacock), 

druggists, 102 Whitehall, and 158 \V. Peters 
Pitchford Daniel, dep city marshal, r 29 Williams 
Pitchfbrd Daniel, Jr., elk Phillips & Crew, bds 29 Williams 
Pitman Charles (c), gardner, r rear 442 Decatur 
Pitman Seaman (c), lab L. H. Hall & Co., r 53 Cone 
Pitman Seymour (c), lab, r 91 Rock 
Pitman William H., printer, r 51 S. Broad 
Pitt Julian V., cigar mkr Cassidy & Maher, r 129 Marietta 
Pitt Tempa Mrs., cigar mkr Cassidy & Maher 
Pittman Asenath, wid Daniel, bds 9 Mills 
PITTMAN DANIEL HON., ordinary, City Hall, r 109 S. 

Pry or 
Pittman Garrison (c), lab, r 59 Rolling Mill 
Pittman Richard A., elk, bds 76 X. Calhoun 
Pittman Seaborn (c), lab, r 36 Fort 
Pitts Columbus A. r 481 Peachtre 

Pitts George W. (c), barber J. J. Hoffman, r 44 Decatur 
Pitts James C, carpenter, r 28 Ctdar 
Pitts Joseph W., machinist, bds 481 Peachtree 
Pitts Munford (c), waiter Ballard & Allen 
Pitts Noah (c), lab, r es Randolph, nr Irwin 
Pitts Regius (c), lab, r 28 Biggers 
Pitts George F., druggist, r 61 W. Mitchell 
Piatt James, Avks J. Trowbridge, r 162 E. Huntey 
Piatt Robert H., notions, Whitehall se cor R. R., r 61 W. 

Mitchell 
Piatt Susan, wid E., bds 61 W. Mitchell 
Pleasant George (c), lab, r 56 Fairlie 
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, Rev. C. O. Jones, pastor; es 

Reed, s of Crumley 
Pleasant Henry (c), plasterer, r 19 Foster 
Plumbe Charles R., conductor Pullman Car Co., r 15 E. 

Mitchell 

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PLU 308 POR 



Plummer E. T., jeweler 17 Whitehall, r 12 W. Peters 
Plummer Lavinia, wid John, r 206 Decatur 
Poindexter Edwin H. (Currau & Poindexter), r room 11 Pow- 
ell Block 
Poindexter Marion L. Miss, milliner, bds 60 Whitehall 
Pointer David (c), lab, r ws Vine, 3d s of Magazine 
Polak Jacques R.., adjuster of fire losses, 14 Whitehall, r 97 

E. Mitchell 
Polen William (c), waiter Beermann & Hape, r 250 Decatur 
Police Headquarters, L. P. Thomas, chief; 47 S. Pryor 
Polk James K., agt, bds es W. & A. R. R., n of Spring 
Pollard Robert (c), brickmason, r 250 X. Calhoun 
Pollard Thomas J., bkkpr, 5 E. Alabama, r Pryor, sw cor 

Hunter 
Pollock Joseph W., carpenter, r 299 E. Hunter 
Pollyer Lewis (c), cook, r 180 Markham 
Ponce De Leon Springs, 2J miles ne of city 
Ponder Adam (e), lab, r 55 Chattahoochee 
Ponder Buck (c), wks Atlanta Rulling Mill 
Ponder James M., with A. C. & B. F. Wyly, r.288 Whitehall 
Ponder Lavinia A., wid A., r rear 272 Mangum 
Ponder Moses (c), lab, r 96 Forrest av 
Ponder Prince (c), lab, r 45 Valentine 
Ponder Thomas (c), lab, r 45 Valentine 
Ponder Thomas H., carpenter W. & A. R. R 
Poole Benjamin J., grocer, 225 W. Peters, r 219 W. Peters 
Poole George (c), cook, r 56 Church 
Poole George W., carpenter, r rear 28 Larkin 
Poole James (c), truckman W. & A. R. R., r 87 W. Mitchell 
Poole Thomas, engineer A. Murphy, r Thompson, cor Forsyth 
Pope Beatrice H. Mrs., boarding, 40 N. Forsyth 
Pope Benjamin (c), elk E. Pope, r 291 N. Calhoun 
Pope Charles (c), lab, r 35 Jenkins 
Pope Clark (c), coachman J. P. Crichton, r 96 E. Cain 
Pope David \Y., elk R. W. Tidwell, r 46 Tatnall 
Pope Elizabeth (c), grocer, 293 N. Calhoun, r 291 N. Calhoun 
Pope Henry (e), lab, r ws Jennings al, s of Jones 
Pope James (c), lab, r rear 198 Peachtree 
Pope John W., engineer, r 19 Moore 
Porcher Edward P., elk J. S. Raine, bds 127 Ivy 
Porcher Susan, wid F. Y., bds 127 Ivy 
Port Andrew W., revenue officer, bds 61 S. Forsyth 

Burial Shrouds and Robes f. x. m^iLKTndertaker. (see P .*> 



The Arundel Spectacle Ll^Sia^'fcy^t S r&nf 

POR 309 POW 

Porter Benjamin H., elk, bds 29 Powers 

Porter Edward (c), tailor J. G. Jones, r 6Q Magazine 

Porter Eliza A., wid Albert, r 135 Marietta 

Porter George (c), lab, r 305 Fraser 

Porter Hugh L., elk Mark ham House 

Porter [saac (<•), lab, r rear 17 X. Calhoun 

Porter James II. (Porter & Meakin), and ticket agt Union 
Depot, r 9 Wheat 

Porter James S., policeman Union Depot, r 268 E. Hunter 

Porter J. Cicero, elk Thomas, A: Johnson, bds 268 E. Hunter 

Porter M. Jennie, wid D. A., bds 50 Williams 

Porter Simon (c), carpenter, r 29 Biggers 

Porter Walter B., with Daniel & Marsh, bds 31 X. Pryor 

PORTER & MEAKIN (J. H. Porter and J. W. Meakin), 
foundry and machine shop, 95 Ga. R. R., cor King 

Poss Albert C, lab, r rear 23 Venable 

Poss Emanuel L., puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 483 Mari- 
etta 

Poss Jacob, lab, r ws W. & A. R. R., Bellwood 

Poss Jesse (c), wks W. S. Lumpkin, r county 

Poss Joseph, lab, rjunc Marietta rd and Maysons Ferry rd 

Poss Susannah E., wid Thomas, r June Marietta rd and May- 
sons Ferry rd 

Poss W. L., puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Post Andrew J. (Wilkins, Post & Co.), r Jersey City 

Post-Office, ss Marietta, bet Forsyth and Spring 

Postell John, civil engineer, r 103 Loyd 

POSTELL STEPHEN W., editor Constitution, bds 13 E. 
Hunter 

Potter Carroll H., lieut post adjutant, r 32 McPherson Baracks 

Potts Frank M., whol liquors, 19 E. Alabama, r 99 Walton 

Potts Henry, with F. M. Potts, bds 99 Walton 

Pou J. T., bds 132 S. Forsyth 

Poullain Richard (c), porter Langston House 

Pounds Abel F. brakeman W. & A. R., bds 186 Davis 

Pounds Alonzo, wks J. A. Gifford, bds 186 Davis 

Pounds Thomas M., candymkr, r 186 Davis 

Pounds Thursday, wid J. G., r 186 Davis 

Pound August, baker H. Karwisch 

Powell Abram (c), lab, r ss Brick, w of Peters 

Powell Building, Peachtree, nw cor Grubb 

Powell Charles L., auctioneer, 22 Peachtree, r 38 W. Peters 

Ol OTUIMP IN LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS, »* 
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POW 310 PR A 

Powell Delilia, wid James, r es South, n of Wallace 
POWELL FIELDING T., physician, 56 Peachtree, r 15 Mer- 

ritts av 
Powell Frances Mrs., restaurant, 4 Walton, r James, cor Spring 
Powell Frank A., bkkpr G. C. Rogers, r 15 Merritts av 
Powell George W. L. (Powell, Hall & Co.), r Forsyth, cor 

Luckie 
Powel, Hall & Co. (G. W. L. and J. J. Powell, and M. Hall), 

grocers, 26 Peachtree 
Powell Isabella, wid Frank, r 12 Martin 
Powell Jeremiah (c), lab, r 134 Foundry 

Powell John D., elk J. J. Williams & Co., bds 54 W. Peters 
Powell John J. (Powell, Hall & Co.) bds 15 Meritts av 
Powell Lewis, lab, r ns James, 1st e of W. Cain 
Powell Lindsey, mer, bds 40 N. Forsyth 
Powell Norman, painter, bds 79 S. Pryor 
Pow r ell Oscar C, finisher Eddleman & Brown, bds 12 Martin 
Powell Sarah, wid James, bds 23 Hull 
Powell Suileta, wid Elijah, r 93 Jones 
Powell Susan, wid William, r 28 Cedar 

POWELL THOMAS S-, physician, and editor Sou. Med. Rec- 
ord, 82 S. Pryor, r 81 S. Pryor 
Powell Tony (c), stage hand Opera House 
Powell William A. (Howard, Wood & Co.), r 79 Luckie 
Powell William H., roller Rolling Mill, r 18 Emma 
Powers Charles B., elk, bds 24 Formwalt 
Powers Egbert, lab, r 34 Gilmer 
Powers Harrison, saloon, r 131 Marietta 
Powers Henry, auctioneer, r 47 Peachtree 
Powers Henry R., stock and bond broker, 44 Marietta, r 12 

Houston 
Powers Joseph C, lunch room, 6 W. Mitchell, r 3 Marietta 
Powers Thomas, restaurant, 3 Marietta, r rear 125 Marrietta 
Powers Virgil, genl commissioner Sou. Ry. & S. S. Assn, 

Macon, Ga 
Powers William (W. Powers & Son), r 36 Ivy 
Powers William E. (W. Powers & Son), bds 32 S. Forsvth 
POWERS W. & SON. (W. and W. E. Powers and W. B. 

Watts), whol and ret grocers. 34 Peachtree 
PRATHER JOHN S-, bus manager Jas. P. Harrison & Co., 

23 Hayden 
Prather Susan V., teacher Marietta St. School, bds 23 Hayden 



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PSJX <S»'TTT,T5 T?nflTT r r>AL '"reek, and Anthracite Coals, at J 

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P C. Kimball's, 54 Alabama. 



PR A 311 PRU 

Pratt Eliza Mad., r 176 X. Fori 
Pratt Henry Z., lab, res Factory, nr Ga. R. R 
Pratt James A., tinner J. W. Phillips & Co., 125 Marietta 
Pratt Jennie Miss, r 70 Whitehall 
Pratte Bernard A., elk, r 49 E. Cain 

Prendegast Charles F., elk J. E. Johnston & Co., r 118 Peach- 
tree 
Pressnell George, carpenter, r 12 Libertv 
Priee George E., elk G. W. Price, r 50 Ellis 
Price George W., boots and shoes, 2-4 Marietta, r 57 Wheat 
Price James (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 21 Chattahoochee 
Price Nathan (c), carpenter, r 9 Biggers 
Price Nathan (c), lab, r ns Anderson, nr Grant 
Price Thomas R., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 16 Emma 
Priest Lewis (c), lab, r 273 N. Calhoun 
Prim Josiah J., grocer, 86 McDonongh, r 127 Fraser 
Prince Charles (c), porter J. T. Adair, r 75 Hilliard 
Prince Charles P. (Emery & Prince), r 2^ Marietta 
Prince Henry R., elk, bds 111 E. Mitchefl 
Prince James, elk Jack & Holland 
Prince Mary, wid Daniel, r 42 W. Fair 
Prince Reuben C, contractor, r 148 Nelson 
Printup Lee (c), lunch room, 14 W. Alabama 
Prioleau Samuel (John M. Hill & Co.), r 50 Peachtree 
Prior Garland S., grocer, 57 Peachtree, r 268 W. Peachtree 
Prior Robert T., elk G. S. Prior, r 57 Peachtree 
Prisock Michael J., pupt R. S. Greer, r es Savannah, nr Ga. 

R.R 
Pritchard George, (c), lab, r 6 Liberty 

Pritchett James X., contractor, r ss Ga. R. R., nr Savannah 
Pritchett J. C, conductor W. & A. R. R., r Smyrna, Ga 
Pritchett Sal lie, wid Thomas, bds 228 W. Mitchell 
Pritchett Thomas J., r Ivy, ne cor E. Harris 
Proctor John R., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 92 Elliott 
Profhitt Columbus J., tanner, bds 127 E. Harris 
Profhitt Woody Z., fireman, bds W. & A. R. R., nr Spring 
Prothro David (c) lab, 155 Luckie 
Prothro Gustavus A., physician, r 196 Jones 
Provence Mary A., wid Hiram, bds 105 E. Simpson 
Pruden William B., (c), porter W. H. Wimberly, r 104 S. 

Pryor 
Pruett Benson R., shoemkr, es Marietta, n of limits 

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PRU 312 QUI 

Pruitt Lucinda, wid John, r ss Beckwith, e of limits 

Pruitt Major (c), wks Markham House 

Puckett Milton (c), lab, r rear 66 Collins 

Puckett Rebecca, wid John, r 50 S. Forsyth 

Puckett Laulah Miss, folder Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 64 
Thurmond 

Pugh John, pedler, r rear 23 Venable 

Pullen William (c), porter Roberts ite Summerour, r 49 Val- 
entine 

Pnlliam Henry (c), waiter Markham House 

Pulliam Nelson (c), driver Chess, Carley & Co 

Pulliam Richard (c), porter, r ns Currier, e of N. Calhoun 

Pullman Car Company, W. A. Riach, division supt; office 
Union Depot 

Purifoy Alfred (c), lab, r ws Ivy, s of Glenn, 

Purse Isaiah, bkkpr F. E. Block, r 222 S. Prvor 

Purse Julian, elk, bds 222 S. Prvor 

PTJRSLEY JAMES S., manager Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg 
Co., 58 Whitehall, r 155 Whitehall 

Purtell Edward C, tailor, r 39J Whitehall 

Purtell E. C. Mrs., boarding, 39J Whitehall 

Purtell H. A., elk Pullman Car Co., r 118 Peaehtree 

Puryear William H., elk bds 213 Marietta 

Pyron Charles E., elk, bds 135 Walker 

Pyron James, engineer W. & A. R. R 

Pyron William Y., mer, r 135 Walker 



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IMI .A. 13 IE -A_T MOTES. 
No. 32 Whitehall. 



QUAIL PATRICK, lab, r rear 148J Decatur 
Quarles Frank Rev. (c), pastor Friendship Baptist 
Church, r ws Haynes, s of Markham 
Quarterman Thomas E. (c), grocer, E. Cain, sw cor N. Calhoun 
Queen David (c), blacksmith Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Queen David M., fireman W. & A. R. R., r 166 C. R. R 
Queen William (c), lab, r rear 135 Walker 
Quick George, butcher, r es Fort, n of Pine 

-i — >-i- T — r ~EJT^7" C3r©xxox*«,l tJnciertals.er i 
>""> III 1 i r» i 2L, 3 2l> W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



P^IT A RT TQTT"P"T| M 1850.) Er Lawshe's Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 



Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 



QUI 313 RAM 



Quick Martha, wid George, r ss Anderson, nr Grant 
Quigley William, elk Dept of South, r 115 Ivy 
Quillian George T., elk Hunnicutt & Bellingraths, r 44 Cone 
Quillian .lames A., wks Atlanta Roiling Mill, r 42 E. Harris 
Quillian John F., cashier D. H. Dougherty, bds 44 Cone 
Quillian William F. Rev., pastor Payne's Chapel, r 282 Luckie 
Quinlan William Rev., asst pastor Church of Immaculate 

Conception, r 67 E. Hunter 
Quinn RhodaA., wid James, bds 90 McDonough 
Quitman F. Henry, r 170 Ivy 

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RAAB KATIE, wid George, r 181 W. Hunter 
Raehell Frank (c), porter T. C. Mayson, r 149 W. Peters 
Raden. Wiley (c), lab, r 216 Mangum 
Ragan E. K., elk, bds 15 E. Mitchell 
Ragan John, elk J. Keely, bds 15 E. Mitchell 
Ragan Willis E. (M. C. and J. F. Kiser & Co.), bds Kimball 

House 
Ragland Henry (e), lab, r Magazine, ne cor Walnut 
Raglin Robert (e), lab, r rear 1!) Gullatt 
Ragsdale Elijah, grocer, r 179 Thompson 
Raieble Paul, brewer, r 180 N. Collins 
RAINE JOSEPH S , genl agt Sou. Dept. Manhatten Fire 

Ins. Co. of N. Y., 14 Whitehall, r 195 Peachtree 
Raine Ward B., special agt Sou. Dept. Manhattan Fire Ins. 

Co. of X. Y., 14 Whitehall, bds 195 Peachtree 
Raines Thomas A., physician, 6 Fairlie, r 85 N. Collins 
Rainwater Aaron J., elk D. H. Dougherty, bds 31 N. Pryor 
Rakestraw James (c), draym „n Rice & Mitchell, r ss Wheat, nr 

Randolph 
Raleigh Walter, fireman, r 19 Moore 

Ramev A. F. Miss, teacher Walker St. School, r 49 W. Peters 
RAMSPECK CHARLES M., hook binder and blank book 

mnf'r, 30 S. Broad, r Decatur, Ga. (See back cover.) 

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RAN 314 RAW 

Rand Charles E., elk J. \V. O'Dell, bds 157 Decatur 

Rand Thomas E., carpenter Eonglev & Robinson, r 157 Decatur 

Randall Alexander B., elk J. F. Edward?, bds 49 E. Cain 

Randall Gertude A. E., wid J. A., r 135 Marietta 

Randall Hardy I., farmer, r 531 Marietta 

Randall Hattie S. Mrs., dressmkr, 108Peachtree 

Randall Willis (c), drayman Moore, Sims &Co., r 165 Marietta 

Randle James (c), lab, r 110 Magazine 

Randolph Anthony (c), lab, r 42 Mechanic 

Rankin Jesse W. (Hunt, Rankin & Lamar), r 76 McDonough 

Ransford Henry, grocer, 169 Whitehall, r 86 E. Garnett 

Ransom Elizabeth Mrs., seamstress, r 39 Peachtree 

Ransom John C, bkkpr Langston & Crane, r 6 Warren Place 

Ransom John J., conductor W. & A. R. R,, r 204 Davis 

Ransom Jordan D., elk J. J. Marbut, r 99 Chapel 

Ranton Ellen, wid William, r 206 Clarke 

Rapp John E., policeman, r 45 W. Simpson 

Rasberry Mary B., wid M. W., r 131 Fort 

Ratteree A. J*, train hand W. & A. R. R 

Ratteree Henry, elk Haslett & Johnston 

Ratteree Thomas, r ss W. Fair, nr limits 

Rauschenberg August, pattern mkr, r 142 Davis 

Rauschenberg August Jr., elk T. Schumann, r 63 Whitehall 

Rauschenberg Charles F., wks Sou. Agrl Wks. r 341 Havnes 

RAUSCHENBERG CH., physician, 63 Whitehall, r 51 

Garnett 
Rauschenberg Emil, painter, rear 7 Whitehall, r 55 W. Foun- 
dry 
Rauschenberg Emil, wks Jack & Holland 

Rauschenberg John, engineer X. Am. lee Co., bds 51 W . Gar- 
nett 
Rauschenberg Paul G., machini-t. bds 55 W. Foundry 
Rauschenberg Sidney, elk T. Schumann, r 63 Whitehall 
Rawley Walter, fireman A-L. Ry 

Rawlins Thomas G. (Rawlins & Richardson), r 243 Washing- 
ton 
RAWLINS & RICHARDSON (T. G. Rawlins and Frank 

M. Richardson), mnfrs' agts, 5 S. Pryor 
Rawls Margaret Mrs., dressmkr, 70 Whitehall 
Rawson Edward E., pres Atlanta Water Wks Co., r 283 S. 

Prynr 
Rawson Sarah Mrs., r A'ictoria, nr W. & A. R. R 



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UaSLlB ilUCA UOai^ j. <:. KIMBALL, oi Alabama and 7 



2 Marietta. 

RAW 315 RED 

Rawson William A. (Burke & Hancock, special), r 240 Rawson 
Ray Arabella, wid Joseph, r ns Dewald* al, \v of Whitehall 
Ray Charles S., trav agt, r es South, n of Wallace 
Ray Claudius B., conductor W. & A. R. R., r ns Bush, nr 

Mangum 
Ray Columbus, wks Longlev & Robinson 
Ray Edwin S v physician, 20 Decatur 
Ray Hiram, wks Longlev & Robinson 
Ray James P., tinner R. K. Wilson, r 10 X. Bell 
Ray John A., train hand W. & A. R. R., r ns Bush, nr Man- 
gum 
Ray John C. roller Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 415 Marietta 
Ray J. \Y„ train hand W. & A.R. R 
Ray Martha A., wid William, r ns Bush, nr Mangum 
Ray Nancy L., wid A. J., r 121 Irwin 
Ray Stillman X., farmer, r rear 217 W. Mitchell 
Ray Susannah, wid R. P., r 14 Emma 
Ray Thomas H. carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 9 Bush 
Ray William (c), carpenter, r 27 Crumley 
Ray William H., train hand W. & A. R. R., bds 20 Alex- 
ander 
Ray ford John (c), lab C. R. R., r rear J35 Elliott 
Raymond Jessie, wid John, r 53 Peachtree 
Raysor John M., elk J. T. Hagan, r 92| S. Broad 
Read William F., engineer Longlev & Robinson, r 23 Bell 
READ, see also REED, and REED 
Reading Homer (c), confectioner, r 68 W. Harris 
Rebmann Frank J. Rev., pastor Church of Immaculate Con- 
ception, r 67 E. Hunter 
REDD J. FRANK, livery and sale stable, 22 and 24 W. Al- 
abama, r 25 X. Forsyth. (See page 95.) 
Redding Homer V. M., confectioner 71^ Peachtree, r 68 W. 

Harris 
Redding Miles (c), lab, r al bet Forrest av and E. Baker, e of 

Calhoun 
Redding Pricilla, wid H., r 50 Walton 
Redding Robert J., elk Dept of Agrl, r 69 Houston 
Redding Wesley C. (c), porter Merchants Bank, r 10 W. Ala- 
bama 
Redding W. H., street overseer, r 17 S. Pryor 
Redmond Martin J., elk A. Murphy, bds Hunter, nr Loyd 
Redmond William Bv, elk John Frey, bds 75 Washington 

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Easiand West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen.'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

RED 310 REG 

Redwine Elizabeth A., wid W. C, r 56 Irwin 
REDWINE J. B., lawyer, 14 Whitehall, r 57 Irwin 
Redwine Lyman A., bkkpr J. Silver & Co., bds Crew, se cor 

Jones 
Reed Balaam (c), lab, rns Houston, nr Randolph 
Reed Henry (c), lab, r 100 Elliott 
Reed Henry (c), lab, r rear 76 S. Forsyth 
Reed James (c), porter, r 24 C. R. R 
Reed Randall (c), lunch room, 6M Decatur 
Reed Richard (c), butcher J O'Neill 

Reed Thomas, blacksmith Winship & Bro., r 2-16 Marietta 
Reed William (c), lab, r 100 Elliott 
REED, see also READ and REID 
Reeder William L., harness mkr G. C. Rogers 
Reese John (c), drayman, r 11 Robbins 
Reese John T., grocer, s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood, r es Borne, 

nr Ga. R. R 
Reese Robert (c), wks J. Ben. Wilson & Co., r es Bradley, nr 

Wheat 
Reese Scipio (c), lab, r ns Glynn, e of Martin 
Reeves Abraham D. (Reeves' & Bro.), r 324 Marietta 
Reeves Frank G., wks Longley & Robinson, bds 265 Luckie 
Reeves Jackson (c), lab, r 111 E. Cain 
Reeves James (c), porter, r rear 121) E. Cain 
Reeves James D. (Reeves &Bro.), r 324 Marietta 
Reeves James F. Rev., trav agt, bds 96h Whitehall 
Reeves J. M. (c), janitor Marietta St. School 
Reeves Larkin H., elk L. de Saulles, r 96| Whitehall . 
Reeves Nancy H., wid Robert, r 132 Rhodes 
Reeves Pearson (e), wks Atlanta City Brewery 
Reeves Richmond (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Reeves William F., pressman Dbdson A: Scott, r 132 Rhodes 
REEVES & BRO. (J. D. and A. D. Reeves), grocers, 324 

Marietta 
Regan Henry (c), lab, r 13 Bell 

Regan John T., with E. Bates & Co., bds 67 X. Pryor 
Regenstein Gabriel, r 186 S. Pryor 

Regenstein Julius (Regehstein & Kutz), rl96 Whitehall 
REGENSTEIN & KUTZ (J. Regenstein and G. 8. Kutz), 
dry goods, clothing, hats, caps, boots and shoes, and milli- 
nery a specialty, 74,76 and 7S Whitehall, branch store, 
27 Whitehall 

Cheapest Undertaking ™.i7£n,2&^E&*.is&p.w 



iK-y.-i rf.liikw: <i"< , > f s and J*welry« Br Lawabe, 47 Whitehall 9L, can 

▼ ▼ ell*. Ill >*• - u i 'i ■! % -yiiii through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 

REG 317 KEY 

Register ()-]>.. ni J., vegetables, 113 Whitehall, r 13 W.Peters 

Reid Joseph (c), porter H. A. Fuller, r 55 Humphries 

Reid J. Alexander r 52 Houston 

Reid Martha T., wid William, l.ds 320 Peachtree 

Reid Phili]> P., carpenter, r 157 E. Hunter 

REID, see also READ and REED 

Reimann Frank, grocer, 214 Decatur 

Reinliar.lt Albert, lab, r 125 McDaniel 

Reinhardt Augustus M. (Reiuhardt & Hooks), bds Wilson 

House 
Reinhardt Christian, watchman W. & A. R. R., r 14 Bartow 
Reinhardt Jacob, lab, r 125 McDaniel 
REINHARDT & HOOKS (A. M. Rheinhardt and T. J. 

Hooks), lawyers, room 22, 1\ Whitehall 
Renard Joseph P.. engineer W. & A. R. R., bds 87 Walton 
Render John (c), grocer, 230 Fraser, r 265 Crew 
Reneau Louis, conductor, r 267 W. Peachtree 
Reneau Olinius, conductor C. R. R., r 94 Nelson 
RENFROE JOHN W.. state treasurer, State House, r 264 

Peachtree 
Renfroe J. E., carpenter A.D. Ry 
Republic Block, 23 Pryor, bet Decatur and Wall 
Reveire James (c), lab, r 45 Gate City 
Keynolds Alfred (c), lab, r 7 W. Peter- 
Reynold- George (c). driver, rnr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Reynolds Henry (c), farmer, r Edgewood, nrGa. R. R 
Reynold- Henry W., grocer, r 60 Peachtree 
Reynolds Isaiah (<■), lab, r s of < ra. R. P.. Edgewood 
Reynold- James II., ear driver, r 134 Thompson 
Reynold- Joel P., foreman T. S. Lewi.-, r 7<i E. Alabama 
Reynold- Joel P. Jr.. baker T. S. Lewis, r 70 E. Alabama 
Reynolds John (c), lab, r nr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Reynold- John J. i Pemberton, Samuel- & Reynolds), r 83 Ma- 
rietta 
Revnolds Joseph R., manager Cannon House, r ws Abbott, n 

of Thrasher, W. E 
Reynold- J. C , printer, r Crew, sw cor Fulton 
Reynold- Madison c), farmer, r nr Ga. P. P.. Edgewood 
Remold- Nathan (c), cleaner A-L. Rv 
Reynolds N. H., bds 56 Peachtree 
Reynolds Solomon (e-. porter C. J. Weinmeister 
Reynolds Thomas 8., job printer, PS Whitehall, r 169 W. 
Mitchell 



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Anderson, General Freight Agent. 



REY 318 RIC 

Reynolds Thomas S". Jr., printer T. S. Reynolds, bds 169 W. 

Mitchell 
Reynolds Walter C, sewing machine agt, r 173 Crew 
Reynolds William, car cleaner St. R. R. Co 
Reynolds William C, painter W. & A. R. R., r 329 Haynes 
Rhea John Dr., notary public and justice of the peace, 21 .Ma- 
rietta, r 234 Ivy 
Rhoades Henry, machinist Sou. Agrl Wks 
Rhodes Cannon (c), lab, r 177 N. Calhoun 
Rhodes Wallace, mailing elk P. O., r 92 Luckie 
RHODES, see also RODES 
Riach William (c), lab, r 7 Chattahoochee 
Riach W. A., supt Southern Division Pullman Car Co., Union 

Depot, r 368 S. Pry or 
Rice Abraham B., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r Maysons Ferry 

rd, Bell wood 
Rice Franklin P. (Rice & Mitchell), r 198 Peachtree 
Rice Ophelia Mad., r 22 Thomson 
Rice Parker M., elk J. Keely, bds 119 Walton 
Rice William, watchman W. & A. R. R., r ns Maysons Ferry rd, 

Bellwood 
Rice William H., brick mason, r 254 N. Calhoun 
Rice William L., carpenter W. & A. B. R., r Davis, cor 

Rhodes 
Rice William W., with J. J. Tolbert, r 19 Washington 
Rice Zachariah A., mnfr, r 19 Walton 
Rice & Mitchell (F. P. Rice and R. C. Mitchell), lumber 

dealers, 39 Grubb 
Rich Daniel, with M. Rich & Bro., bds 174 S. Forsyth 
Rich Emanuel (M. Rich & Bro.), bds 174 S. Forsyth 
Rich Herman, with W. Rich, r 171 S. Forsyth* 
Rich Michael I. (Rich & Hill), r 24 Luckie 
Rich Morris (M. Rich & Bro.), bds 174 S. Forsyth 
RICH M. & BRO- (M. and E. Rich), whol and ret dry 

goods and notions, 95 Whitehall 
RICH WILLIAM (Rich & Titlebaum), and whol liquors, 91 

S. Broad, r 1 74 S. Forsvth 
Rich & Hill (M. I. Rich, agt, and S. H. Hill), ice dealers, 17 

Peachtree 
Rich & Titlebaum (W. Rich and W. Titlebaum), distillers, 

W. & A. R. R., nr Oglethorpe Park, office 91 S. Broad 
Richards Ellen, wid Henry, r 175 McDonough 



THE BEST COALS SSSSr* 



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RIC 319 RIC 



Richards E. Lamar, elk M. Rich & Bro., bds National Hotel 
Richards Jal.cz J. (J. J. and S. P. Richards), r 205 McDon- 

ongfa 
RICHARDS J. J. & S- P. (Jabez J. and Samuel P. Rich- 
ards), booksellers, stationers and music dealers, 37 White- 
hall 
Richards Robert H. (W. A. Russell & Co.), and pres Kenne- 

saw Mill Co., r 281 Peachtree 
Richards Samuel (c), watchman Rich & Titlebaum, r Bell- 
wood 
Richards Samuel P. (J. J. and S. P. Richards), r 114 Wash- 
ington 
Richards William, blacksmith Sou. Agrl Wks 
Richards William Arthur, elk, bds 114 Washington 
Richards William G., supt Atlanta Water Works Co 
Richardson Alonzo, elk J. Ryan 

Richardson Charles T. (c), porter A-L. Ry., r 8 J Marietta 
RICHARDSON FRANK H-, editor Constitution, bds 95 

Pulliam 
Richardson Frank M. (Rawlins & Richardson), r 95 Pulliam 
Richardson Jackson (c), lab, r 3 Irwin 
Richardson John, elk, bds 152 Nelson 
Richardson John G., gas fitter Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 
Richard~on John W.. yard master W. & A. R. R., r 52 Rock 
Richardson Josie Mi--, cigarmkr Cassidv & Maker 
Richardson J. J., elk H. Wolfe, r 49 X*. Collins 
Richardson Leaver (H. Crankshaw ct Co), r 152 Nelson 
Richardson Margaret, wid James, r 40 Howell 
Richardson Mary, wid William, r 181 Marietta 
Richardson Richard (c), lab, r 17 Fraser 
Richardson Robert (c), shoemkr, r 18 Trenhelm 
Richardson Warren (c), wks W. S. Lumpkin, r county 
Richardson West (c), fireman W. S. Lumpkin, r 163 Mc- 

Daniel 
Richardson William carpenter, r w- Werner av. - of Jones 
Richardson William (c), carpenter, r.ws Hilliard, 4th n of E. 

Harris 
Richard-on William, puddler, r 591 Marietta 
Richardson William H., fireman W. & A R. R. r 42 Rock 
Richardson Jefferson L. elk Eddleman & Brown, r 59 Walker 
Riehberg Sanford(c), lab, r 105 Rhodes 
Richmond Peter (c), lab, r 294 N. Calhoun 

r~7 r> 1% /ff"-5 1 ^o Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. t^*n *>y 
M *_* -i-^Z-H- 1 1 iTs^ ^ any other route to ail points west. 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line Tia 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

RIC 320 ROB 

Richter Fred, saloon 8 and 10 E. Hunter 

Ridley Oscar (c), waiter H. T. Inman 

Ridelev Richard (c), lab, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Ridley* Robert (c), lab, r rear 214 W. Mitchell 

Ridley Robert B., physician, 25 Peachtree, r 182 Peachtree 

Rigdon Anson D., gardener, r 162 E. Harris 

Rigdon Lidia M., wid Frank, bds 120 S. Pryor 

Riley Christopher, gardener, bds 17 Washington 

Riley Edward S., with H. A Fuller, r 61 Forrest av 

Riley Manson (c), lab, r 19 Davis 

Ri'ev Smith (c), hostler Kimball House 

Riley William '(c), lab, r 20 Grant 

Riordon John, cotton buyer, r 308 Decatur 

Ripley Thomas R., queensware, 87 Whitehall, r 19 S. Broad 

Rixey James (e), lab, r 146 Ga. R. R 

Rivers Alfred (c), lab, r es Jennings al, - of Jones 

RIVERS JOSEPH S. (o), blacksmith, 183 Marietta, r 214 

W. Foundry. (See pa^e 91.) 
Rivers Robert (c), lab, r 10 C. R. R 
Rivers Turner (c), porter, r 1 74 E. Harris 
Rivers Washington <•), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 59 Chat- 
tahoochee 
Roach Edward, bkkpr, bds 140 Whitehall 
Roach E. J., physician, 149 Whitehall 
Roach Martha J., wid John, r 1 Emma 
Roach Thomas W., lab, r 1 Emma 

Robbins A. S.. stonecutter, r Moore, bet Jones and Fair 
Robbins George W., elk V. Dunning, bds 22 Humphries 
Robbins James M., elk V. Dunning, bds 22 Humphries 
Robbins John W.. stonecutter, r Moore, nr Jones 
Robbins M. A., wid J. W., r 22 Humphries 
Robbins William J., elk Hitchcock & Walden, bds 22 Hum- 
phries 
Roberts Chailes H.. lab, r ns Greens Ferry av, e of limits 
Roberts Cynthia Miss, housekpr Ballard & Allen, r 43| S. 

Broad 
Roberts Edward G. W. J. Roberts & Co.), r 55 E. Ellis 
Roberts Ezekiel M. i Roberts & Siimmerour), r 115 Spring 
Roberts Green B., .1 river Sou. Ex. Co., r 208 Whitehall 
Roberts James W.. < ity hall kpr, and grocer, 221 E. Fair 
Roberts James, braki'man, r 183 Fillmore 
Roberts John W . machinist Porter ovr Meakin, r 265 Fraser 

~CD~T" "TT" ~Tp"x7" General XJixciox-ta.ls.er, 

1 > III I i ~ i _i_ j m W. Alabama. tSeepage96.; 



FOR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Ftr- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER. LAW9HE. 

ROB 321 I JOB 

Roberts Marion L., bkkpr, bds 208 Whitehall 

Roberts Martha J., wid G. \\\, bds 223 Luckie 

Roberts Washington (c), drayman McGauyhey Bros., r 28 Lar- 
kin 

Roberts William J. (W. J. Roberts cV: Co.), r X. Butler, sw cor 
Gilmer 

Roberts W. J. & Co. (W. J. and E. G. Robert-), grocers, X. 
Butler, s\v cor Gilmer 

Robert.- & Summerour ( E. M. Roberts and J. H. Surnmerour), 
grocers, 49 Peach tree 

Robertson Arthur (c), driver W. S. Bell, r Clarke, w of Crew 

Robertson Benjamin W., carpenter, r 69 Yonge 

Robertson Elisha A. (E. A. Robertson & Co.), r 49 W. Harris 

Robertsou E. A. cv. Co. ( E. A. Robertson andW. B. Cox), gro- 
cers, 100 Peach tree 

Robertsou John (c), lab, r es Vine, 3d s of Magazine 

Robertson Mary D., wid Charles, r 309 N. Collins 

Robertson Scott (c), lab, r 155 Mark ham 

Robertson William (c), lab, r rear 160 E. Ellis 

Robinson Charles, bkkpr, r 339 Decatur 

Robinson Charles E., time kpr Ga. R. R. and A. & W. Pt. R. 
R., r 58 X. Collins 

Robinson Christopher (c), lab, r 12 W. & A. R 

Robinson Edmund (c), lab, r 257 Foster 

Robinson Edward (c), lab, r ns Glynn, e of Martin 

Robinson Eliza Mis-, seamstress, r 205 Eraser 

Robinson Emily Mis.-, teacher Storrs School, r 104 Houston 

Robinson Eugene M., elk, bds 89 Thompson 

Robinson Floyd (c), waiter Mark ham House 

Robinson George (c), shoemkr, r 19 Trenhelm 

Robinson George (c), waiter, r 66 Rawson 

Robinson Harrison (c,) blacksmith, 151 W. Peters, r 19 Wal- 
nut 

Robinson Henry, (c), lab, r rear county jail 

Robinson Henry, elk, bds 149 S. Forsyth 

Robinson Henry M., carrier P. O., bds 58 N. Collins 

Robinson Isaac (Longley cV: Robinson), bds 48 Gilmer 

Robinson I. M., wid C. S., r 125 W. Baker 

Robinson James, real est agt, 5 E. Alabama, r 89 Thompson 

Robinson James (c), porter, r 114 Fraser 

Robinson James D., foreman job room Constitution, r Baker, 
se cor Hay den 

Fashionable Clothiers, COI ™S J &d!ffiIzi c *- 



<prr^TTT)C*TOTT TTnWTC! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
&AUU±wlUJN llUliJLlw Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

ROB 322 ROD 

Robinson James H., elk, bds 89 Thompson 

Robinson Jasper (c), shampooer Dr. J. S. Wilson, r al bet 

Hunter and Rhodes, w of W. & A. R. R 
Robinson John (c), blacksmith, 79 W-. Peters, r 19 Walnut 
Robinson John (c), lab, r rear 109 W. Peters 
Robinson John M. (John M. Robinson & Co.), bds 67 Ivy 
ROBINSON JOHN M. & CO- (John M Robinson and J. Z. 

Lawshe), who! millinery, 12 Decatur 
Robinson Joseph L., grocer, 114 Decatur 
Robinson Mack (c), barber, 118 Marietta 
Robinson Mary Miss, seamstress, r 205 Fraser 
Robinson Monroe (c), lab, r 23 Jenkins 
Robinson Moses (c), lab, r Connally, cor Glynn 
Robinson Robert L., elk C. W. Brunner & Son., bds 58 N. 

Collins 
Robinson R. Henry, elk Jones & Co., r 149 S. Forsyth 
Robinson R. J., engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R 
Robinson Samuel (c), barber R. J. Morgan 
Robinson Thomas, lab, r 123 Marietta 

Robinson Thomas A., grocer, 113 Whitehall, r 132 Thompson 
Robinson Thomas J., wks Pullman Car Co 
Robinson T. A., fireman A. & W. Pt. R. R 
Robinson Victoria C. Mrs., dressmkr, r 37 E. Alabama 
Robinson William, fireman A-L. Ry, r 115 Ga. R. R 
Robinson William G. Jr., bkkpr Burke & Hancock, r 339 De- 
catur 
Robinson William H., elk, r 39 Peachtree 
Robinson Willis (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Robson Benjamin (c), lab, r 24 Mechanic 

Robson Bros. (R. C. and S. B. Robson), fertilizers, 8 S. Broad 
Robson Henry, elk Green Line, r Kirk wood 
Robson John, elk Green Line, bds 72 Marietta 
ROBSON ROBERT C. (Robson Bros.), and genl agt Green 

Line, 8 S. Broad, bds 72 Marietta 
Bobson S. B. (Robson Bros.), r Kirkwood 
Roch Ernest G., lawyer, 43 Peachtree, r 236 Houston 
ROCHE WILLIAM H., blacksmith, rear 50 S. Pryor, r 68 

X. Calhoun 
Rochester William B. Col., chief paymaster Dept. of South, 

30 E. Wall, r 63 Washington 
Rockwell Orson Rev., r 407 Whitehall 
Roddey Thomas P., elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co., bds 31 N. 

Prvor 



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CftSUlS iWC.il UOcll, market. J. C. KIMBALL, 54 Alabama. 

ROD 323 ROM 



Bodes Charles C, bkkpr Gas Lt. Co., r 58 Loyd 
Bodes William M., discharging elk Ga. R. R., bds 58 Lord 
ROD IX Bee also RHODES 

Roe Anthony E., tailor, 4 E. Alabama, r 66 X. Butler 
Roesel G. E., baker H. A. Agricola, r 42 Wells 
Rogan George, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 48 Emma 
Rogan Michael, r 69 Roek 
Rogan Nellie Miss, boarding, r 113 Walton 
Rogan William, watchman W. ife A. R. R., bds 113 Walton 
Rogan Willis E., bkkpr M. C. & J. F. Riser & Co., bds Kim- 
ball House 
Rogers Charles E., elk, r 95 Walton 
Rogers Cynthia, wid George, r 276 Marietta 
Rogers Elizabeth, wid J. G., r 9 Magazine 
Rogers Gresham C, saddles, harness, etc., 45 Peaehtree, r 61 

Houston 
Rogers Hattie, wid William, r 123 MeDonough 
Rogers James L. Rev., r 167 Jones 
Rogers John C, grocer, 99 Whitehall, r 145 Thompson 
Rogers John T. (H. M. Scott & Co.), r 62 Wheat 
Rogers Joseph, elk J. C. Rogers, bds 145 Thompson 
Rogers Joseph (c), wks Hunnicutt & Bellingraths 
Rogers O. R., elk J. Keely, bds 15 E. Mitchell 
Regers Robert (c), lab, r rear 168 Mangum 
Rogers Valentine C, elk, bds 145 Thompson 
Rogers William, genl supt C. R. R., r Savannah, Ga 
Rokenbaugh Ida, wid J. H., r 92 Rawson 
Rokenbaugh James C, elk, bds 90 Rawson 
Rokenbaugh Lydia, wid J. C, r 90 Rawson 
Roland Warren (c), butcher J. Bettis, r 26 C. R. R. 
Rolling Red (c), lab, r 262 Marietta 
Rollins Alonzo P., watchman W. & A. R. R., r W. <fc A. R. 

R., nr Spring 
Rollins Charles (c), drayman H. Lewis, r 61 Humphries 
Rollins Guilford (c), wks E. Van Winkle, r 104 Magazine 
Rollins John, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 485 Marietta 
Rollin> William, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 1 State 
Romare Paul (Romare, Perdue & Egleston), and asst cashier 

and teller Atlanta Xat. Bank, r 117 S. Prvor 
ROMARE, PERDUE & EGLESTON, (P. Romare, J. A. 
Perdue and T. Egleston), genl ins agts, represent IMPE- 
RIAL AND NORTHERN, of London ; FIRE ASSO- 

rr\ft *» \T Mr, f*- W U is thoroughly equipped, and FIRST* 
J. He- fflle K^e ±&€> r^e CLASS in every respe* 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALA.CEOARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESAW ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

ROM 324 RUC 

CIATION, of Phila ; NIAGARA, of New York ; LON- 
DON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, of England ; 
UNDERWRITERS AGENCY, of N. Y, ; INSUR- 
ANCE CO., of North America ; HARTFORD INS. 
CO., of Hartford ; QUEEN INS. CO., of London; 41 S. 
Broad 
Rome Robert (c), drayman, r ns Rawson, w of Windsor 
Rouey Pectus, watchman, r 44 E. Baker 
Rook John W., coppersmith, bds 94 S. Pryor 
Rooke William B., printer Constitution, r 121 Rhodes 
Rooney Felix, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r Maysons Ferry rd, 

Bell wood 
Roper James, wks L. H. Hall & Co., r 375 Peachtree 
Roper James P. T., grocer, 375 Peachtree 
Rose Rufus M., with Cox, Hill & Thompson, r 64 Cone 
ROSENBAUM CHARLES, cigar mnfr, 10 E. Alabama, r 

315 S. Pryor 
Rosenbaum Henry C, confectioner, r Pryor, nr limits 
Rosenberger David, elk A. & S. Rosenfeld, r 258 Whitehall 
Rosen feld Abraham (A. & S. Rosenfeld), r 203 Whitehall 
ROSENFELD A. & S. (Abraham and Siegmund Rosenfeld), 

clothing and furnishing goods, 24 Whitehall 
Rosenfeld Louis, with Mrs. S. Rosenfeld, r 157 Mangum 
Rosenfeld Seignumd (A. & S. Rosenfeld), bds 203 Whitehall 
Rosenfeld Sophie Mrs., dry goods, etc., 58 Decatur, r 157 

Mangum 
Roskins John (c), porter B. Woodward &Co 
Ross Draper (c), tailor, r rear 465 Whitehall 
Ross Leonard, elk Stewart & Fain, bds 39^ Whitehall 
Ross William B. bkkpr Stewart & Fain, bds 39J Whitehall 
Rossini Club, J. C. Courtney, pres; C. M. D. Brown, sec; 3J 

Marietta 
Rosson Sarah, wid Eugenius, r 10 W. & A. R. R 
Rote Henry (c), waiter C. J. Weinmeister 
Rote Meyer, elk Beermann & Kuhrt, r Centennial Bldg 
Rounds Frank, elk F. J. Stilson, r 62 Walton 
Routten Adelaide Mrs., seamstress, r 52 S. Broad 
Rowe Daniel M., bkkpr Boynton Bros., r 219 S. Pryor 
Rov G. G., physician, 9 Peachtree, r 133 Spring 
Royal John J., tel opr A-L. Ry., bds 229 S. Pryor 
Rucker Abraham (c), lab, r ws Windsor, s of Crumley 
Rucker Abram (c), lab, r ws Ira, s of Glenn 

-l — >-|- T — T ~CTI"^7" has the FINEST HEABSE in the Stat*. 
I""* I ' * » i t-l i 2L 26 VV. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



W»« 4 **\\&m noofrs and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
cl I I lit W » supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price". 

RUC 325 RYA 



Rucker Amos (c), porter Post Office, r ws Ira, s of Glenn 
Rucker Ashbury (c), wks Lisas, May & Co., r al bet Mitchell 

and Mark ham 
Rucker Edward (c), lab, r 10G N. Calhoun 
Rucker George G. bkkpr J. Hurt, r 15>, S. Broad 
Rucker Henry (c), lab, r 106 N. Calhoun 
Rucker Jett W., mer, bds Markham House 
Ruddell Hiram, stair builder, 21 Marietta 
Rudersdor Louisa, wid Mull in us, r 246 W. Peachtree 
Ruger Thomas H., Brig. Gen. U. S. A., commanding Dept. 

South, 30 E. Wall, r 176 E. Fair 
Ruggles Charles, wks Jarvis & Stokes, r 69 W. Foundry 
Ruggles William O. G., news paper agt, r 69 W. Foundry 
Rulsch Leopold A., wks Longley & Robinson, r 35 Ga. R. R 
Rush John R., train hand A. & W. Pt. R. R., r ns James, e 

of VV r . Peters 
Rushing William (c), carpenter, r 283 W. Mitchell 
Rushmann George, barkpr Jentzen & Graefer 
Rushton Robert E., bkkpr Windship & Bro., bds Gordon, ne 

cor Peeples, W. E 
Rushton William, master mechanic Ga. R. R., r 151 McDon- 

ough 
Russell Arthur (c), wks W. & A. R. R., r 164 E. Cain 
Russell Charles (c), cook, r rear 206 S. Forsyth 
Russell Elizabeth, wid J. R., r es Marietta, n of limits 
Russell Henry, bkkpr, bds 75 Washington 
Russell James G., elk Adair tfc Bro.. r 146 Crew 
Russell Jane, wid G. R., bds 68 E. Hunter 
Russell Jennie, wid David, r 176 Marietta 
Russell John (c), lab, r ns Richardson, e of Martin 
Russell John B., physician, 60 S. Broad 
Russell Nancy S., wid Robert, r 16 Connallv 
Russell William A. (W. A. Russell & Co.), bds 68 E. Hunter 
RUSSELL W. A. & CO. (W. A. Russell and R. H. Rich- 
ards), whol and ret tobacco and cigars, 2 Peachtree 
Russey John AY., with W. H. Brotherton, r 195 Whitehall 
Rutherford H., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Rutherford M. Miss, teacher Girls High School, r 72 Marietta 
Rutland William T., car inspector C. R. R., r 50 Walker 
Ryan Delia Miss, milliner A. F. Pickert, bds 39 J Whitehall 
Ryan Frances Mrs., seamstress, bds 138 Davis 
RYAN FRANK T., city clerk, Court House, r 143 Jones 

TEUHEg 4H© Y4&SSS3 &tC ^m^ SEUC ' s > 

15 



WPTTB CTH7T rTlTr<TTTimC! *o the Virginia Springs and Northern 
iliiU UxWlUlN llUliijlu Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

RYA 326 SAG 

Ryan Frank G., bkkpr \Y. cv W. Mnfg Co., bds National 

Hotel 

Ryan Jack M. (c), porter H. W. Wooding & Co 

Ryan James (e), coachman, r 85 Houston 

Ryan John (Brown & Ryan) 

Rvan John, dry goods, 61 Whitehall, r 180 Whitehall 

R*van John Jr.*, elk J. Rvan, bds 180 Whitehall 

Ryan Mary Miss, milliner A. F. Pickert, bds 39| Whitehall 

Ryan Matt, dry goods, 93 Whitehall, bds Markham House 

Rvan Mathew, elk, bds 79 Lovd 

Ryan Rose, wid, bds 39* Whitehall 

Ryan Stephen A., lab, bds 180 Whitehall, refused infor- 
mation. 



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AVE YOUR -MONEY 

BY HAVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS MADE AT 



9 
who will make vmi better work for the price than any other gallery in the 

city. No. 22 Whitehall St. 

ST. AMAXD JOSEPH G., bkkpr Moore, Marsh & Co., bds 
Wilson House 

St. Geerge William S., agt Port Royal R. R., 52 E. Alabama, 
bds Markham House 

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Rev. George Macauley, rector ; 
Walton, cor Spring 

St. Pauls African M. E. Church (c), Rev. Hampton, pas- 
tor; es Humphries, bet Hightower and Mills 

St. Pauls Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. W. R. Branham 
Jr., pastor ; ns Hunter, bet Bell and Moore 

St. Philip Episcopal Church, Rev. R. C. Foute, rector ; Wash- 
ington, ne cor Hunter 



S AFFORD CHARLES H., with Craige & Co., r Hum- 
phries, bey limits 
Safford Henry P. Jr., easemkr McBride & Co., r Humphries, 

bey limits 
Saffold Thomas P., elk, bds National Hotel 
Sage Barzilla, wid B. Y., r Ames, se cor Lee, W. E 
Sage Ira, civil engineer A. & C. A-L. Rv., Wall, cor Lovd, r 
26 E. Ellis 

QTTDn"DQTITDr>C< CJTTT"DTC! Combine Economy, Ele- 
•OJlxtUrioJllliiJ O OJlllillO gance and Comfort. 



THF RFQT PO i K nl lmv,Kt |,rros - at J - c - kimb all's, 

inL DloI UUMLj 54 Alabama and 72 M..ricita. 

SAH 327 SAX 



Sahli Godfrey G., butcher II. W. Wooding-, r Randolph, n of 

Houston 
Sallas Jennie E. Mass, teacher Marietta St. School, bds 348 

Marietta 
Saloshin Gustave, second hand store, 24 Decatur, r 33 X. Pryor 
Saloshin Gustave Jr. (G. & S. Saloshin), bds 34 Luckie 
Saloshin (i. & S. (Gustave Jr. and Simon Saloshin), pawn 

brokers, 12 Peachtree 
Saloshin Louis, printer ('(institution, r 33 X. Pryor 
Saloshin Simon ((i. & S. Saloshin), bds 34 Luckie 
Salter Annie, wid Jackson, r 16 Scofield 
Salter Fannie, wid S. F., r 25 Bailey 
Salter Methvio T., elk S. F. Salter, bds 25 Bailev 
SALTER SEABORN F., propr The Eclectic'.Dispen.^ary, 

and physician, 53 S. Broad 
Sanimons Lee M., trader, 51 Loyd 
Sampson Luke (c), lab, r 26 Biggers 

Sam.^ Caroline P. Mrs., teacher Ivy St. School, r 425 Peach- 
tree 
Sams H. D. D., with J. C. & J. Carter, r Decatur, Ga 
Sams Joseph A., elk T. S. Lewis, r Decatur, Ga 
Sams Madison (e), driver P. Lynch, r Haynes, nr Thurmond 
Sams Richard F., bkkpr, r 425 Peachtree 
Sams Thomas F., bkkpr S. S. Kendrick, r Decatur, Ga 
Samuel Benjamin F. (Pemberton, Samuels & Reynolds), r 

Flemingsburg, Ky 
Samuel Patterson M. (Pemberton, Samuels & Reynolds), r 58 

Washington 
Sanders Garrison, charge of Mineral Springs, r Hunter, w of 

( . R. R 
Sanders Henry D., with C. W. Motes, bds 31 W. Garnett 
Sauders James R. (Sanders & Aldredge), r country 
Sanders Osgood A., elk, r 6 S. Pryor 

Sanders Thomas M. (Sanders & Harris), r 128 W. Peters 
Sanders Wesley (e), lab, r us Henry, 1st e of Mangum 
Sauders & Aldredge (J. R. Sanders & John Aldredge), ferro- 
types, 42 Whitehall 
Sanders & Harris (T. M. Sanders and R. B. Harris), saloon, 19 

Marietta 
Saudford Isaac (c), lab, r 249 Jones 
Sandman Henry, elk, bds 16 Garnett 
Sauds Mary A., wid J. E., bds 39± Whitehall 

JE3-VL-y±xi.& Tickets w est* 

learn the auvauUijea offered uy tue Jtf. & C R. R. 



TH€ KENNE8AW ROUTEnow offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

SAX 328 SCH 

Sands Mary E. Miss, teacher Atlanta University, r University 

grounds 
Sands William J., elk Phillips & Crew, bds 39J Whitehall 
Santley Mary L. Miss, matron Atlanta University, r University 

grounds 
Sargent William O., overseer Athnta Cotton Factory, bds 

Forsyth, cor Gilbert 
Sarsfield Patrick, elk J. Ryan 
Sasseen Aaron (c), lab, r 18 Thurmond 
Sasseen Andrew (c), lab, r 91 Thurmond 
Sasseen Dora, wid Edgar, r 143 N. Calhoun 
Sasseen George W., news agt, bds 39 N. Forsyth 
Sasseen Richard (c), lab, r 91 Thurmond 
Saterfield Maggie, wid John, r ns Brick, w of Peters 
Satterwhite Allen (c), lab, r rear 218 W. Mitchell 
Satzky Anthony, mer tailor, 4 Peacktree, r 33 N. Calhoun 
Sauls Joseph (c), lab, r ws Randolph, nr Irwin 
Saulsbury Thomas J., policeman, r 14 Pratt 
Saunders James (c), waiter, r 8 S. Calhoun 
Saunders John (c), carpenter, r 5 McDaniel 
Saunders Thomas, barkpr, bds 128 W. Peters 
Saunders Wesley (c), wks Rolling Mill, r ns Henry, w of Man- 
gum 
Savage Charles (c), waiter Kimball House 
Savage John T., conductor, r 249 Decatur 
SAWTELL HENRY C- (Sawtell & Co.), and meat market and 

pork packer, 108 Whitehall, r ws of Formwalt, s of Glenn, 

(See page 89.) 
Sawtell Isaac Y., grocer, 287 W. Peters 
Sawtell & Co. (H. C. Sawtell and G. C. Drummond), Central 

Stock Yard, Mitchell, sw cor C. R. R 
Saye Cassie A., wid Ephraim, r 49 W. Simpson 
Saye Jasper M., molder Porter & Meakin, r 49 W. Simpson 
Saye John R., molder E. Van Winkle, r 210 Elliott 
Saye Richard A., carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 34 Mechanic 
Save William L., molder W. & A. R. R., bds 34 Mechanic 
Savers Bright (c), lab. r 1 9 Scoficld 
Scales Henry P., bkkpr M. Harralson & Co., bds Cannon 

House 
Scandrick Wesley (c), janitor James Bank Blk, r 43 High 
Scarratt John B., photographer, 35 W. Mitchell, r 83 E. Ellis 
Schane Jacob, elk J. Keely, r 13 VV. Garnett 

T?«* a«1^ V "D1;1/-vtt can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
J; 1 tlllK A. XilllGy any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.> 



Paw + ln T9*f»Tr Hn-1 tllt; cleanest uml cheapest in market. 

^aSllS ILJCJQ. UJalj j. <•. kmiball, 54 Alabama and 72 Marietta. 

S< H 329 SCI 

Schane Zachariah, elk J. Keely, bds 13 W. Garnett 

8chell Algernon, shoemkr Eddlemun & Brown. Ixl- Newton, w 

of W. & A. R.R 
Schell John (c), shoemkr A r^atli-m , r -38 Hayden 
Sehelpert Louis, barber, 5 Peachtree, r 89 E. Ellis 
Schelpert Louis < '.. with M. Wiseberg, r 41 Jones av 
Schenck Ernst E., foreman A-E. Ry., r 159 E. Hunter 
Schenck Frederick H., foreman Winship & Bro., r 177 Davis 
Schenck George, machinist,r 34 E. Ellis 
Sehenck John 1'., machinist W. &. A. K. R., r 34 E. Ellis 
Schiff Ferdinand, elk M. & J. ffirsch,r 13 E. Fair 
Schikan John, grocer, 128 W. Mitchell 

Shikan Peter J., with P. & G. T. Dodd & Co., r 181 Haynes 
Schindler Max (Schindler it Abraham), r 24 VV. Garnett 
Schindler A: Abraham (M. Schindler and A. Abraham), cloth- 
ing, 10 Whitehall 
Schley William S., asst state geologist^ r 150 Whitehall 
Schmidt Henry, tailor, r 56 E. Baker 

Schmidt Robert, agt Atlanta division C. R. R., office W. Mitch- 
ell, cor R. R., r71 W. Mitchell 
Schnatz Charles, plasterer, r 76 X. Collins 
Schnatz Fannie M. Miss, teacher Ivy St. School, r 76 X. Col- 
lins 
Schnell John, machinist W. & A. R. R., r 44 W. Foundry 
Schoenick Caroline, wid August, bds 56 E. Baker 
Schoenick Louis A., elk, bds 56 E. Baker 
Schramm Gustavus Rev., pastor German Lutheran Church, r 

60 McDonough 
Schramm Sarah, wid Philip, r 60 McDonough 
Schultz George, fish market, 73J Peachtree, r 72 X. Calhoun 
Schultz J. August, upholsterer, r 16 Crew 
Schultze E. A., music teacher, 8 S. Broad 
SCHUMANN THEODORE, druggist, 63 Whitehall, cor 

Hunter, r 181 S. Pryor 
Schusler Jackson (c), lab, r 14 \Y. & A. R. R 
Schwartz Moses, sexton Jewish Synagogue, r 7%h Whitehall 
Sciple Charles E. (Sciple & Sons;, bds 34 N.Calhoun 
Sciple George W. (Sciple & Sods), r 34 N. Calhoun 
Sciple George W. Jr. (Sciple & S ids), bds 31 X. Calhoun 
SCIPLE & SONS (G. W .. <t. W. Jr. and C. E. Sciple), coal, 
coke, wood, lime, cements, plasters, hair and building ma- 
terial-. "A) Decatur 

HOSIEBY. ^S^EaTiS"™ "HEN ASELIQ'S, 



THROUGH CA R S leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

SCO 330 SEA 

Scoggins Flora Miss, seamstress, bds 231 N. Calhoun 

Scoggins Mary C, wid Sylvanus, r 231 N. Calhoun 

Scott Charles T. (c), shoemkr T.Scott, r rear 148| Decatur 

Scott Charles Rev. (c), r 448 E. Fair 

Scott David (c), carpenter, r 161 Martin 

Scott Edward (c), lab, r rear 128 Mangum 

Scott Frederick M., r 102 Jackson 

Scott George B. (G. W. Scott & Co.). r Decatur, Ga 

Scott George W. (G. W. Scott & Co.), r Decatur, Ga 

SCOTT G- W. & CO. (G. W. and G. B. Scott, and J. C. 

Bucher), com mers and fertilizers, 44 Marietta 
Scott Henry (c), lab, r 7 Beckwith 
Scott Henrv F., physician, bds 15 Powers 
Scott Henry M. (H. M. Scott & Co.), r 15 Powers 
Scott H. M. & Co. (H. M. Scott and J. T. Rogers), boots and 

shoes, 39 Peachtree 
Scott Iowa Miss, dressmkr, r 7Sh Whitehall 
Scott Jackson (c), wks Harrison & Bro., r 135 N. Calhoun 
Scott John (c), helper Porter & Meakin, r ss Thurmond, w of 

Elliott ' 
Scott John W., U. S. Ry. P. O. elk, r 132 Spring 
Scott Julius A., trav agt, r 132 S. Forsyth 
Scott J. A. Mrs., boarding, 132 S. Forsyth 
Scott Kate, wid S. P., bds ns E. Harris, 2d e of Fort 
Scott Laura E. Miss, dressmkr, 78J Whitehall 
Scott Robert (c), barber W. Overby, r 180 N. Butler 
Scott Thomas, mason, bds 25 E. Alabama 

Scott Thomas (c), shoemkr, 34 N. Prvor, r rear 148* Decatur 
Scott Wesley (c), wks A. & W. Pt. R. R,, r ss Solomon, e of 

Fraser 
Scott William H.,bkkpr D. C. McPhee. r 14 Warren Place 
Scott William H. (Dodson & Sco'tt), r E. Harris, nw cor Hil- 

liard 
Scott W. F., cotton buyer, bds National Hotel 
SCOTT W- M., gents "furnishing, 12 Whitehall, r 108 S. Pryor 
Scruggs William L., cashier City Bank of Atlanta, r 48 Windsor 
Scrutchin Josiah G., bkkpr McXaught & Scrutehin, bds 110 

Mangum 
Scrutchin Thomas (McXaught & Scrutchin and William Mc- 

Naught & Co.). r 110 Mangum 
Scudder Simon S., baggage master, r 181 Haynes 
Seager Joseph, stitcher G. C. Rogers, r Chapel, nr Barracks av 

BEADY-MADE SHIRTS IZ n n t a fl d o e b f o ^ d r y aDyb0d, 



"OR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER. LAWSHE. 

SEA 331 8EL 



Seal Frank (c), lab, r 60 Fairlie 

s,. :l l James M., Lab, bds 62 E. Baker 

Seal Richard (c), lab, r 60 Fairlie 

Seals Henry, engineer, bds (!<! Ga. R. R. 

SEALS JOHN H. (J. H. & W. B. Seals), r %\ Marietta 

SEALS J. H. & W. B. (John H. and Wm. B: Seals,) editors 
and proprs SUNNY SOUTH and BOYS AND GIRLS 
OF THE SOUTH, and printers and publishers, 24 S. 
Broad. (See opp. page 17.) 

Seals Nathaniel T., elk Son. Agrl Wks, bds 2i Marietta 

SEALS WILLIAM B. (J. H. & W. B. Seals), 2J Marietta 

Seals William F., student, r 21 Marietta 

Sears Alford F.j bds 150 W. Hunter . 

Sears James P., watchman A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 258 Fraser 

Sears Jefferson, conductor, r 42 N. Bell 

Sears John W., watchman Ga. R. R., r 150 W. Hunter 

Sears Lizzie W. Mrs., dressmkr, 150 W. Hunter 

Sears N. S., fireman Ga. R. R., r 48 S. Butler 

Sears Thomas J., yard conductor Ga. R. R. 

Sears Edwin J., bkkpr, bds 434 E. Fair 

Seavy James H., machinist Ga. R. R., r 145 Jones 

Sea well Joseph B., machinist, r 103 N. Collins 

Seav Jefferson (c), drayman J. C McMlllen, r re ir 83 Ma- 
rietta 

SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. A. T. Spalding, D.D., 
pastor ; Washington, nw cor Mitchell 

Seitz David, carpenter, r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Seldner Louis, register elk P. O., r 192 Whitehall 

Selig Emil, bkkpr Cohen & Selig, bds 225 S. Forsyth 

Selig Jacob (J. Selig &. Bro.), r 225 S. Forsyth 

Selig Jonas (Cohen & Selig, and J. Selig & Bro.), r 225 S, 
Forsyth 

Selig J. & Bro. (Jonasand Jacob Selig), dry goods, 85 Whitehall 

Selig Sigmund, clothing, r 225 S. Forsyth 

Selkirk James M. railroad agt, 32 Loyd, bds 33 Crew 

Sellers George (c), lab, r 57 Crew 

Sellers Warren (c), lab, r ws Randolph, nr Wheat 

Sells Holmes Dr., with J. L. Watkins, bds 01 W. Mitchell 

Selman Joseph L., physician, bds 72 S. Forsyth 

Seltner Louis, elk P. ()., r 192 Whitehall 

SELTZER HENRY, china, glass and queensware, 16 N. 
Broad. 

■"^«T> T% yr-S 1 *=*.<c=4 « hor t" fev the M. AC. R. R. thau by 
S <-3 A-^ /-^ f % *~5 ^^> any other route to ail points rt est. 



TVYD "D'DPTnTT r P Rates to ot from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
jTUxt L It JjIu Jj. j. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

SEM 332 SHA 



Semky Frank (e), janitor Opera House 

SEMMES BENEDICT J., lawyer, room 1 James Bank Blk, 

6 Whitehall, r 179 Washington 
Semmes Catharine, wid Thomas, bds 179 Washington 
Senters Charles (e), drayman, r ns Crumley, w of Formwalt 
Sergeant, Charles E., R. R. agt, r 29 Luckie 
Sessions Sarah E., wid J. M., r 58 E. Cain 
Sewell James W. (Sewell & Curtis), r Forsyth, eor Castleberrv 
Sewell Jesse T., wks C. R. R., r 185 W. Peters 
Sewell & Curtis (J. W. Sewell and B. D. Curtis), saloon, 215 

W. Peters 
Sext Jacob, baker, 122 Whitehall 

Seymour Jerome C., bkkpr H. A. Fuller, r 26 W. Alabama 
Shackelford Charles, carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 48 

Gilmer 
Shackelford Francis R., ins agt, r 126 N. Collins 
Shackelford Henry P., auctioneer, r 240 W. Fair 
Shackelford Robert L., elk H. Krouse & Co., r 47 W. Cain 
Shadden James H., elk S. M. Inman & Co., r 23 Scott 
Shafer Gottleib, elk, bds 24 W. Garnett 
Shaffer George, r 103 Loyd 

Shaftall Cooper, elk J. M. Robinson & Co., bds Cannon House 
Shannon John C. (Shannon & Simmons), r county 
Shannon William A., grocer, 94 Whitehall, r 24 Formwalt 
Shannon & Simmons (J. C. Shannon and F. S. Simmons), gro- 
cers, 114 Whitehall 
Sharman Clem B., mer, r 33 X. Forsyth 
Sharp Augustus B., with F. E. Block, r 101 Nelson 
Sharp Beatrice P. Mi-s, teacher Havnes St. School 
Sharp Elizabeth J., wid J. D., r 51 Tatnall 
Sharp James (Simmons & Sharp), r 163 Walton 
Sharp Macon C, elk, bds 101 Nelson 
Sharp So],.mon (c), lab, r 229 W. Peters 
Sharpe B. S., elk Moore. Marsh & Co., bds 90 S. Butler 
Sharpe Mary E., wid William, r 90 S. Butler 
Shaw Benjamin A., elk Chamberlain, Boynton & Co., r 221 

Rawson 
Shaw George, printer, bds 33 Houston 
Shaw Mary J., wid Charles, r 22 Grant 
Shaw Robert (c), shoemkr, r 318 Fraser 
Shaw Robert J., with J. Keely, r 64 Whitehall 
Shaw Samuel, printer, r 33 Houston 

PDAkll/ V Dl II CV &ENER4LUNDERTAKBR, 
rnAPll\ A. DLILCI* 26 W. Alabama. (Hee page yii.) 



/■■« A GJT^T.T^ "R("^fiT^ 'oal '"REKK, and Anthracite r oals,atJ 
W«V» ■*• J-J.J-^ «E-fc,W WJSK„ CKimijali/s. 54Alabama. 



SHE 333 SHE 



Shealv Daniel (c), driver Longley & Robinson, r ss Glenn, nr 

Hill 
Shearer William, springmkr Ga. R. R., r 135 Decatur 
Sheats AndersoD (cj, drayman W. L. Stanton & Co., r W. E 
Sheats Samuel, agt, r 64 Yonge 

Sheats Thomas R., watchman T. G. Healey, r 138 Luckie 
Sheehan Cornelius, grocer, 54 Decatur, r 205 S. Pryor 
Sheehan < !harles, elk J. Ryan 
Sheehy Isaac L. (c), lab, r 85 Elliott 
Sheek Elizabeth C, wid Albert, bds 50 X. Broad 
Sheek M. C. Mi-. (Sheek & Co.), r 15 W. Baker 
Sheek Wiley, with Sheek & Co., r 15 W. Baker 
SHEER & CO. (Mrs. M. C. Sheek and ), hides, wax and 

fruits. 16 S. Forsyth 
Sheftall Cooper, elk E* Cahn, bds 152 Whitehall 
Shell Richard (c), lab, r 60 Fairlie 
Shell Vine (ci, lab, r 60 Fairlie 
Shelton James, helper Hunnicutt <fc Bellingraths 
Shelton John C. (c), carrier P. O., r 26 Humphries 
Shelton William, blacksmith W. & A. R. R., r 271 Mangum 
Shelverton George W., with J. Silver cV: Co., r 291 X. Collins 
Shelverton James, wid Josiah, bds 55 X. Calhoun 
§hepard Thomas J., trav agt, r 144 Loyd 
Shepherd Isaac (c), lab, r 81 Larkin 
Shepherd William (c), porter W. L. Hubbard & Son 
Shepherd William, tinner H. Franklin, r 94 E. Ellis 
Sheppard Andrew (c), lab, r esBell, nr Foster 
Sheppard John H. (c), lab. r ss Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Sheppard Mattie A. Mrs., bds 67 E. Harris 
Sheppard Joseph (c), wks E. Steinheimer, r al s of Mitchell, e 

of Whitehall 
Sheppard William, helper, r5 Wallace 
Sherbert Thomas, lab, r 97 Thurmond 
Sherbnrt William, helper Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Sheridan George W , engineer, r 229 Marietta 
Sheridan Robert S., truck repairer A-L. Ry., r 72 Tat nail 
Sheridan Thomas, engineer A. & W. Pr. R. R., bds 131 E. 

Hunter 
Sheriff Phoenix C. (c), shoemkr, r ns Gordon, w of Peeples, 

W. E 
Sherman Josiah, treas A lanti Republican Pub. Co., r county 
Sherman J., baker, r 10 S. Calhoun 

COHEN & SELI_G, the ^hR e eS?i° l flowpr,ces - 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNE8AW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

SHE 334 SHU 

Sherwood Samuel B., carpenter Longley & Robinson 
Shields Adolphus A., r 1 1 Castleberry 
Shields Henry, elk, r ns Houston, nr Hi 1 Hard 
Shield Henry G., butcher, 108 Peachtree, bds 177 Thompson 
Shields Jesse (c), hostler Clint Taylor, r ss Rawson, w of Martin 
Shields John, agt, r 44 Smith 
Shields John, nursery, r 122 W. Peters 
Shields Lawrence (c), lab, r rear 44 Walker 
Shields Lucy, wid Abraham, r 177 Thompson 
Shields Robert, paper hanger A. B. McKenzie, r 26 Hayden 
Shields William S., elk H. G. Shi-Ids, r 248 N. Collins 
Shilling Henry, lab, r 20 Hull 

Shiloh A. M. E. Church <e), Rev, I. S. Hamilton, pastor; Thur- 
mond, ne cor Haynes 
Shindler Henry T., elk Hdqrs Dept of South, r 132 S. Forsyth 
Shipley William T., engineer Ga. R. R 
Shivers Eliza A., wid T. J., r 172 Luekie 

Shivers Thomas J., engineer W. & A. R. R., bds 172 Luekie 
Shivers Walter E. elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co., r 172 

Luekie 
SHOLES ALBERT E , publisher ATLANTA CITY DI- 
RECTORY and directories of Augusta, Ga; Charleston, S. 
C; Memphis, Tenn; Little Rock, Ark; Nashville, , 
Tenn, etc., office 24 S. Broad, bds Markham House 
Short James (c), carpenter, r 188 Clarke 
Shorter James (c), porter O. C. Carroll 
Shorts Titus (c),'lab, r 271 W. Peachtree 
Shovwell Silas, tinner R. W. Hart, r 13 Marietta 
Shropshire Andrew J. (Shropshire & Johnson), r 38 Windsor 
SHROPSHIRE ED. F., shirt mnfr, 45| Peachtree, r 74 

Spring. (See bottom lines and back of title.) 
Shropshire William R., elk, bds 47 Hounton 
Shropshire & Johnson (A. J. Shropshire and W. A. Johnson), 

grocers, 12 Whitehall 
Shuford Lawson (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 14 Emma 
Shuler Davis R., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r Mayson's Ferry 

rd, Bell wood 
Shulhafer Aaron E., elk M. Rich & Bro., r 52 W. Garnett 
Shumate C. F., train hand W. &. A. R. R., r Decatur, Ga 
SHUMATE R. C-, wood dealer, 67 Ga. R. R., r 138 De- 
catur 
Shumate Samuel (c), lab, r 125 E. Ellis 



■HBOMUnBVS SHIB3FS WW 



TU.-N A-,,„J n | C««rt4-/,rtl^ a Specialty, and the best in use. I 

I he Arundel spectacle LAwstfi sole Ag ent m Atlanta. 



SHU 335 SIM 



Shumate William L. (Conley & Shumate), bds Cannon House 
Shuttles James T. (Shuttles '& Sons), bds 425 Marietta 
Shuttles Lorenzo (Shuttles & Sons), bds 425 Marietta 
Shuttles Wvlie S. (Shuttles A: Sons), r425 Marietta 
SHUTTLES & SONS (W. S., L. and J. T. Shuttles), whol 

jewelry and novelties 82 Peachtree / 
Sibley II. W. pros A. cv C. A-L. Rw, r 17 Courtlandt St., New 

York 
Siecke Frank W., elk Son. Agrl Wks, lids Wilson House 
Sigman M. J., wid I». S., r 64 E. Fair 
Silverman Harry, elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 72 E. 

Fair 
Silvers Alfred, lab, r 87 S. Broad 
Silvey John (John Silvev & 'Co.), r 102 Marietta 
SILVEY JOHN & CO. (John Silvey, C. L. Mangum and 

I). (). Dougherty), whol dry goods, notions and hats, 4 

and 6 Decatur 
Simm William, elk J. Ryan, bds 10 PuUiam 
Simmons Charles, lab, r 55 X. Butler 
Simmons Daniel (c), truckman Union Depot, r 6 Chapel 
Simmons Frank S. (Shannon & Simmons),„r county 
Simmons Harris (c), lab, r 334 Haynes 
Simmons Henry, baker C. Goetting, r 24 S. Broad 
Simmons Henry (c|, lab, r es Howell, nr Decatur 
Simmons James (c), truckman Union Depot, r 1 Parson- 
Simmons Jennie Mrs., r 222 Mangum 
Simmons John R. (Simmons & Sharp), bds 336 Luckie 
SIMMONS JOSEPH R , whol grocer and com mer, 13 and 

15'S. Forsyth, bds Kimball House 
Simmons Julia, wid Charles, r 55 X. Butler 
Simmons J. Henry, agt. r 15 S. Broad 
Simmons Lucius (c), lab, r ns Humphries, w of Chapel 
Simmons Moses T. (Simmons & Hunt, and Simmons, Hunt 

& Gilbert), r 163 Walton 
Simmons XeVm (c), lab. r 225 Jones 
Simmons Squire (c), blacksmith A. T. Finney, r Crumley, sw 

cor Ira 
Simmons Zibe (c), driver C. J. Kicklighter, r r rear ws Fee, s 

of Gordon, W. E 
Simmons, Hunt & Gilbert, (M. T. Simmons, A. X. Hunt and 

M. S. Gilbert*, dry goods, 210 Marietta 
Simmons A: Hunt (M. T. Simmons and A. X. Hunt), grocers, 

210 Marietta 

T> A C!C?"E v Vrf< "C^TJ O *iO W R8T with fewer changes via 3VC. <*3 
XT XiOOijltlUrjCjlio C.R..FL. than by any other route. 



iULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

SIM 336 SIM 



Simmons & Sharp (J. R. Simmons and J. Sharp), druggists, 202 

Marietta 
Simms Anthony (c), lab, r 149 Fillmore 
Simms Gustavus (c), lab, r 147 Fillmore 
Simms Henry (c), plasterer, r rear 182 McDonough 
Simms Isham (c), lab, r ss Johnson, nr Mangum 
Simms Joel D., grocer, 182 McDonough 
Simms John (c), r ws W. <te A. R. R., Bellwood 
Simms Philij) B., conductor A-L. R. R,, r 35 Walker 
Simms Robert, elk, bds 182 McDonough 
Simms Zach (c), lab, r rear 102 Fraser 

Simon Charles H., elk Furchgott, Benedict & Co., bds S. For- 
syth, nr Hunter 
Simons Abram (c), wks Curtis & Smith, r 18 Simpson 
Simons Alexander (c), blacksmith St. R. R. Co 
Simmons Charles (c), lab, r 91 Larkio 

Simons Christopher, driver Atlanta City Brewery, r 121 Peach- 
tree 
Simons Frank (c), blacksmith Jarvis & Stokes 
Simons Jefferson (<•), blacksmith, 142 Walton, r 18 Simpson 
Simons John F. (Siinous & Lee) r 147 Marietta 
Simons Keating B., elk W. F: Peck & Co., bds 97 E. Mitchell 
Simons & Lee (J. F. Simons and J. M. Lee), corn mers, 37 S. 

Broad 
Simonton James (c), porter, r 30 Foster 
Simonton Robert J., bds 49 W'. Peters 
Simpson Alexander (c), wks J. M. Smith, r 219 Foster 
Simpson Archibald (c), porter T. K. Fuller 
Simpson Carolus A., physician, 62 Whitehall, r 296 Washing- 
ton 
Simpson Edward (c), hackman, r 105 Pulliam 
Simpson Francis M., brick yard, r 154 W. Fair 
Simpson Hugh, candymkr J. Lagomarsino, r Moore, cor Glenn 
Simpson Ossian F., with Bowie o\: Gholstin, bds 296 Wash- 
ington 
Simpson Richard (c), lab, r 129 Luckie 
Simpson William H., gardener, r es S. Pryor, s of Glenn 
Sine Alexander (c), Lab, r 103 W. Peters 
Sims Anthonv (c . wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Sims Elizabeth, wid J. A., r 24 King- 
Sims Francis A. (Moore, Sims & ( '.».), r 135 Marietta 
Sims Gus (el, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

UNDERTAKING I:N " ^^A^a^ItaS? 11 ^ 3 



r*««i1« W««% Pa«1 approved toy thousands, always the cheapest In 
U3.SL16 itOCii UOal, market. J. C. KIMBALL, .",4 Alabama. 

sim 337 SLO 

Sims Henry (c), lab, r 220 McDonough 

Sims Joseph (c), porter C. W. Brunner & Son, r 93 Markham 

Sims Judson (c), waiter Kimball Souse 

Sims Laurence Y., physician, r 55 Walton 

Sims Mary, wid John," r 33 Hull 

Sims Milton L., painter A-L. Ry., r 24 King 

Sim- William I. (Moore, Sims & Co.), r 135 Marietta 

Sinclair John, with E. Calm, bds 39| Whitehall 

SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. THE, G. W. Leon- 

ard, manager; 42 Marietta 
Singleton James (c), brickmason, r 22 Terry 
Singleton James M., with Akers & Bros., r DeKalb Co 
Singleton Michael T., draughtsman State Geologist, r 219 S. 

Pry or 
Sinzeinee Joseph, butcher C. Bender, r 141 W. Fair 
Sisson Vardy P. (V. P. Sisson & Co.), r 90 Davis 
Sisson V. P. & Co. (V. P. Siss,,n and B. F. Bennett), book 

and job printers, 26 S. Broad 
Sixth Baptist Church, ns Hunter, bet Haynes and Davis 
Sixth M. E. Church, Rev. W. A. Candler, pastor; ns Merritt's 

av, bet Collins and Peachtree 
Skates James W., butcher, 194 Marietta, r 196 Luckie 
Skates William, furniture, r s of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Skinner Andrew J., pressman Sunny South, r 260 Mitchell 
Skinner Cornelia Miss, teacher, r 144 Crew 
Skinner Jackson, printer, bds 260 W. Mitchell 
Skinner Martha Miss, teacher, r 144 Crew 
Skipper Lucy Miss, tail oress M. C. Carroll, r 112 Gilmer 
Skipper Nancy, wid Edmund, r 112 Gilmer 
Slack Lewis (c), lab, r 113 E. Ellis 

Slappy Joseph B., machinist W. & A. R. R., bds 229 Marietta 
Slaton Margaret, wid Daniel, r ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Slaton Peter (c), lab, r 89 Markham 
Slaton William F., prin Boys High School, r 169 Jones 
Slattery Joseph, woodworker A. T. Finney 
Sledge Berrv fc), lab, r ns McDonald rd, Edgewood 
Shdge Mary A., wid Richard, bds 257 W. Mitchell 
Slaughter John T., grocer, 143 W. Peters 
Sligh Sim, tobacco broker, 35 S. Broad, bds Markham House 
Sloan T. Douglas (Gilreath & Sloan), r 75 Formwalt 
Sloan William (c), wks Curtis & Smith, r 42 E. Harris 
Slocum Max, elk Regenstein & Kutz 

BtffcVSP SnTTT^IPSJl -A-XjXj SIZES, at COHEN A SELIG'S, 
V ZL S> 9«l A£ 8>» 23 WHITEHALL. ' 



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SLO 338 . SMI 

Sloman James F., painter P. H. Snook, r 31 Chapel 

Sloper John, cutter Eddleman & Brown, r 85 Mangum 

Small Amos C, wks Ga. R. R., r 80 McDonough 

Small James B., bill elk A-L. Ry., bds 86 Wheat 

SMALL SAMUEL W., editor Constitution, bds Markham 

House 
Smiles William (c), lab, r Ivy, ne cor Decatur 
Smilie Ella W. Miss, teacher Ivy St. School, r 50 E. Cain 
Smilie Frank C.,clk, bds 50 E. Cain 
Smilie Hattie A. Miss, teacher Marietta St. School, bds 50 E. 

Cain 
Smilie Robert T., elk Longley & Robinson, r 50 E. Cain 
Smith Abbv H., elk, bds 75 Luckie 
Smith Albert (c), porter M. A. J. Taylor & Co., r 266 S. 

Pryor 
Smith Alexander (c), lab, r 10 Grant 

Smith Alexander P., conductor W. & A. R. R.,r Ringgold, Ga 
Smith Allen, brickmolder, r 64 W. Simpson 
Smith A 1 vali, notions, 25 W. Mitchell 
Smith Amos (c), porter Markham House, r 97 Fraser 
Smith Amos F., lab, bds 39| Whitehall 
Smith Annie, private school, 280 E. Fair, r 178 E. Hunter 
Smith Anthony (c), lab, r 80 Gilmer 
Smith Augustus, elk, r 18 Form wait 
Smith Benjamin D. (c), porter, r rear 236 Houston 
Smith Bryant (c), shoemkr, 238 Marietta, r ss Thurmond, w of 

Elliott 
Smith Bryce, trav agt, r 214 S. Pryor 

Smith Burgess, bkkpr S. R. Hoyle, r ws Lee, s of Chapel, W. E 
Smith B., engineer W. & A. R., r Dalton, Ga 
Smith B. H., machinist Sou. Agrl Wks 
Smith Calvin (c), lab, r 81 E. Garnett 
Smith Charles, carpenter, r 19 Barracks av 
Smith Charles (c), lab, r 92 Walker 
Smith Charles, elk J. Ryan 

Smith Charles, painter, bds E. Fair, nw cor Terry 
Smith Charles D.,clk Jack & Holland, bds 71 Wheat 
Smith Charles H. (c), lab, r 96 E. Cain 
Smith Charles W., lawyer, 29 Whitehall, bds 214 S. Pryor 
Smith Cornelia, wid V. M., bds 62 Peachtree 
Smith C. C, trader, 51 Loyd 
Smith Daniel (c), lab, r ws Hilliard, nr Irwin 

A W S? /arSlS* *. *S%1E3,£i3 and Styles of SHIRTS are made at 
JSk Jy Jj { WC stteiik MM>MmW Shropshire's Shirt Factory. 



F^ITATCT T^sTTFn ** 1850 - ) -^ r I^wshe's Jewelry, Watch. Clock 



are Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 



SMI 339 SMI 

SMITH DAVID, dentist, 6Q Whitehall, r 173 Whitehall 

Smith David M. R., carpenter, r 209 Luckie 

Smith Edward A., car repairer C. R. R., r GO Stonewall 

Smith Edward C, carpenter, r 292 E. Fair 

Smith Elizabeth Mrs., r E. Fair, nw cor Terry 

Smith Emma Miss, r 91 Whitehall 

Smith Fletcher Rev. (c), r ns Jones, e of Fraser 

Smith Foster E., elk, bds 62 Peachtree 

Smith Francis, wid James, r 431 Marietta 

Smith Francis P., dentist, r 18 C. R. R 

Smith Frank, lab, r 184 Elliott 

Smith Frank (c), lab, r rear 104 Houston 

Smith Frank C, elk Moore, Marsh & Co., bds 24 N. Collins 

Smith Frank W., teacher Atlanta University, r University 

grounds 
Smith Frederick C. (Curtis & Smith), r 324 Houston 
Smith Gabriel (c), shoemkr, r 15 Hull 
Smith George, lab, bds 64 W. Simpson » 

Smith George (c), porter, r ws McAfee, 1st n of Alexander 
Smith George B., grocers, 4 1 Chapel 
Smith Green (c), lab, r 264 Mangum 

Smith Gus (c), porter T. F.Grady, r E. Fair, opp Cemetery 
Smith Guy, elk W. & A. R. R., bds 62 N. Peachtree 
Smith Hampton (c), lab, r es State, n of v\ allace 
Smith Harrison, bkkpr W T . Calder, bds 55 S. Forsyth 
Smith Harvey A., carriagemkr Jarvis & Stokes, r75 Luckie 
Smith Hendrick A., roller Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 459 Mari- 
etta 
Smith Henrietta, wid David, r 64 Stonewall 
Smith Henry (c), driver, r 33 Richardson, w of Formwalt 
Smith Henry (c), lob, r 48 W. Simpson 
Smith Henry (c), lab, r 107 E. Ellis 

Smith Henry, pressman Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 64 Stone- 
wall 
Smith Henry A., carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 42 Ivy 
Smith Henry L., mer, r 239 S. Forsyth 
Smith Hiram, huckster, r 426 Marietta 
SMITH HOKE, lawyer, 6 Whitehall, r 142 Peachtree 
Smith Horace D. (H. T. Cox & Co.), r 108 Marietta 
Smith Howard (c), porter, r rear 198 S. Forsyth 
Smith Hugh (c), porter, r 192 Richardson 
Smith Hugh S., elk F. E. Block, r 21 Hood 

Thm M. & Ce Ke He cSsffiS'rS IRST - 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESA .V ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

SMI 340 SMI 

Smith Irwin (c), lab, r 4 Horton 

Smith Isaac H., grocer, 324 Decatur 

Smith Jacob, machinist Porter tfc Meakin, r county 

Smith James, lab, r es Marietta rd, Bellwood 

Smith James (c), wks W. S. Wilson & Bro., r 2 Grant 

Smith James (c), lab, r 15 Hull 

Smith James B., elk W. D. Smith, r 234 Decatur 

Smith James C, meat market, 100 McDonough, r 234 Mc- 
Donough 

Smith James C, shoemkr, 91^ McDonough 

Smith James M., brakeman W. & A. R. R., r 52 Thurmond 

Smith James S., engineer, bds 272 E. Hunter 

Smith Jay W., elk McBride & Co., bds 248 Washington 

Smith Jesse (c), lab, r 163 N. Fort 

Smith Jesse, machinist Porter & Meakin, r Edgewood 

Smith Jesse A., watchman, r 57 Yonge 

Smith John (c), fireman A-L. Ry 

Smith John (c), lab, r rear 129 E. Baker 

Smith John (c), lab, r ns Xolan, w of Jackson 

Smith John, painter, bds E. Fair, nw cor Terry 

Smith John, wks Longley & Robinson 

Smith John A. (Moore, Marsh & Co.), r 55 W. Harris 

Smith John B., porter, r 16 Bell 

Smith John C, painter Winship & Bro., r 253 Marietta 

Smith John D. (J. D. & T. F. Smith), r 28 Tatnall 

SMITH JOHN M„ carriage mnfr and dealer, 12 W. Ala- 
bama and 48 S. Broad, r 110 Wheat. (See page 91) 

Smith John N. elk F. E. Block 

Smith John S., elk G. H. Holliday & Co., r 69 Chapel 

Smith John T., carpenter, r 137 W. Peters 

Smith John W., brickmkr, r 10 Gray 

Smith Jonas S. miller Butler & Carroll, r 11 E. Peters 

Smith Jonathan (c), lab, r 172 Wheat 

SMITH JOSEPH, grocer and meat market 70 McDonough, 
r 68 McDonough 

Smith Joseph (c), porter Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, bds 26 
Martin 

Smith Judge I. (c), wks C. R. R, r Horton, nr Fains al 

Smith J. Bruce, with Moore, Marsh & Co., r 18 Decatur 

Smith J. D. & T. F. (J. D. and T. F. Smith), sewing machines, 
59 S. Broad 

Smith J. Henlv, elk Conimr of Agrl, r ws Lee, s of Chapel, 
AV. E 

Burial Shrouds and Robes I* £ mt^vSUrukn. <see P .9w 



■ ■ 11— v ^— k. BEST Gbate, Stfam and Hi.AcivSMTTit's Coals, by bushel or 
■ ■ 1 €~^ car-load, J. 0. KIMBALL, 5* Alabama, and 72 Marietta. 

SMI 341 SMI 

Smith J. M., train hand W. & A. R. R 

Smith J. S., train hand W. & A. R. R 

Smith Kate Miss, printer W. L. Clark, bds 332 Washington 

Smitli Larkin, auditor A-L. Rv., r sa Amos, W. E 
Smith Larkin (c), lab, r es W. & A. R. R., n of Cain 
Smith Lee, r 54 X. Pryor 
Smith Leonora P., wid J. B., bds 57 Forest av 
Smith Levi F., carpenter W. & A. R. R., bds 105 E. Simp- 
son 
Smith Levi J., elk Gilreath & Sloan, r West End 
Smith Louis, elk C. R. R., bds- 55 S. Forsyth 
Smith Louisa Mrs., dressmkr, 32 Williams 
Smith Lucien, trav agt, 11 E.Peters 
Smith Lucius (c), elk C. R. R., r 79 Chapel 
Smith Lula, wid Clemence, bds 287 Whitehall 
Smith Major (c), cook C. J. Weinmeister 
Smith Mareellns W. (Manning ifo Smith), r 16 Bell. 
Smith Martha, wid Thomas, r 128 Spencer 
Smith Mary (e), lunch room, 277 W. Peters 
Smith Murray O., butcher, bds 193 Ivy 
Smith M. A., wid Spencer, r 68 Elliott 
Smith M. Cordelia, wid T. P., r 76 N. Calhoun 
Smith Nancy M., wid Benjamin, r 236 Houston 
Smith Newton P., elk Regenstein & Kutz, r 49 Chapel 
Smith Nicholas T., puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 403 Man- 
gum 
Smith Oldham, butcher, 194 Marietta 
Smith Orion J., bkkpr Atlanta Nat. Bank, r 67 N. Pryor 
Smith Owen (c), janitor State House, r 101 E. Cain 
Smith Owen, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 410 Marietta 
SMITH OZIAS A., felt, cement and gravel roofer, and asphalt 

pavement, 15 N. Forsyth, r 292 Whitehall 
Smith Peter, helper Ga. R. R., bds 124 Davis 
Smith Peter (c), porter Duck & Co., r ns Blackmon, e of Fort 
Smith Pinckney H., machinist Sou. Agrl Works, r 124 Davis 
Smith Rebecca Mrs., mattress mkr, r 168 C. R. R 
Smith Richard T., machinist, r 58 Fraser 
Smith Riley, lab, r Lambert, nr Johnson 
Smith Robert (c), driver Traynham & Lewin, r 225 Jones 
Smith Robert, lab, bds*64 W. Simpson 
Smith Robert (c), lab, r 114 E. Garnett 
Smith R. Windsor, messenger Sou. Ex. Co., r 339 Whitehall 

U A TQ A Mn O A DC at bottom prices at COHEN * 
IlM I €3 HIlU WMI^O SELIG'S, 23 WHITEHALL. 

16 



FOR INFORMATION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

SMI 342 SMY 

Smith Samuel H. W., U. S. Ey. P. O. elk 

Smith Sanford, carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 42 Ivy 

Smith Sarah E., wid F. F., r 102 Whitehall 

Smith Simon, carpenter Winship & Bro., r ss Larkin, w of 

Walker 
Smith Susannah, wid John, r 131 Marietta 
Smith Svlvanus(c), porter F. F. Taber, r Gilmer, s of Calhoun 
Smith Theodore F. (J. D. & T. F. Smith), bds 28 Tatnall 
Smith Thomas J., with J. M. Hill & Co., r 24 Peachtree 
Smith Thomas M. (Smith & Davis), r 1 28 Spencer 
Smith Walker S., yardmaster Traynham & Lewin, r 345 De- 
catur 
Smith Warren (c), lab, r 149 Richardson 
Smith AVe«lev, elk J. Keelv, bds Wilson House 
Smith Whitford S., elk P. O., r 178 E. Hunter 
Smith William, elk, bds 20 Elliott 
Smith William, gardener, r 322 Washington 
Smith William (c), lab, r 81 Tatnall 
Smith William (c), lab, r 200 Decatur 
Smith William (c), lab, r 33 Phillips Row 
Smith William, painter, bds E. Fair, nw cor Terry 
Smith William, shopmkr, r 182 E. Ellis 
Smith William, wks L. H. Hall & Co 

Smith William B., U. S. Commr, 20 Decatur, r 100 Chapel 
Smith William D., grocer, 234 Decatur 
Smith William G.. shoemkr, r 38 Powers 
Smith William H. (c), blacksmith, 277 W. Peters 
Smith William L., carpenter, bds 128 Spencer 
Smith William P. Rev., M. E. circuit, r 160 Nelson 
Smith William R., lab, r Lambert, nr Strong 
Smith William T., with Adair & Bro., r county 
Smith Willis, carpenter W. & A. R. R., r81 Tatnall 
Smith W. Davis, elk W. P. & W. F. Pattillo, r 214 S. Pryor 
Smith Zaehariah H., carpenter A-L. Ry., r 153 E. Hunter 
Smith & Davis (T. M. Smith and J. A. J. Davis), blacksmiths, 

r 70 W. Peters 
Smver William (c), wks W. S. Withers, r 99 Decatur 
Smyth George E., r 23 N. Collins 

Smyth William H., U. S. Commr, 20 Decatur, r 307 Peachtree 
Smvthe Augustus (Smvthe & Perkerson), r 18 Form wait 
SMYTHE & PERKERSON (A. Smvthe and D. Perkerson), 
grocers, 16 W. Mitchell 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRKS ^^f , nS ebe8t 



TUt. A^h.-i/JaI Qnnnlnn\n a Sp*»ci ally, and the best in use. ER 
I he ArUndel OpeCtaCle L/wHirK, Sole Agent In Atlanta. 

SNE 343 sor 

Snead Gideon S. (Snead <& Co.), bds Markham House 

Soead Lewis P>. (Snead & Co.), bds National Hotel 

Snead Lucius II., elk Sou. Ex. Co., bds Markham House 

Snead William C. (Snead A: Co.), r Newnan, Ga 

Snead & Co. (L. B., G. S. and W. C. Snead), hoots and shoes, 

28 Marietta 
Sneed AJonzo, elk, bds 127 Decatur 

Sneed Emmett II., elk Mrs. S. Rosenfeld, hds 127 Decatur 
Sneed .lames R., r 331 Peaehtree 
Sneed Lovick W., elk J. F. Morris, hds 1 W. Garnett 
Sneed Percy C, elk W. M. Scott, hds 331 Peaehtree 
Sneed Sarah A., will Dudley, hds 10 Houston 
Snellin Georgia Miss, r 10 S. Collins 
Snellings •• illiam F., wks W. S. Wilson & Bro 
Snider John, tailor, r 77 Whitehall 
Snipes Andrew J., carpenter, r 360 E. Fair 
SNOOK PEYTON H., furniture whol and ret, 15 Marietta, 

r 165 N.Collins 
Snow Francis J., r 50 Decatur 

■Snow Henry Y. (McMillan & Snow), hds 83 Marietta 
Snow John (c), lah, r nr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Show John S„ engineer Ga. R. R., r 56 Gilmer 
Snow Kindness Mrs., r 54 Plum 
Snowden Vangold, mer, r 11 W. Mitchell 
Snyder Daniel D., r 280 E. Cain 

Solomon Arnold (c), barber S. Williams, r Calhoun, n of Jenk- 
ins 
Solomon Arnold (c), grocer, Q6h Howell 
Solomon Frank, elk M. & J. Hirsch, r 90 W. Mitchell 
Solomon Jonas (c), wks Rolling Mill, r al bet Hunter & 

Rhodes, w of W. ec A. R. R 
Solomon Susan, wid William, hds 75 Marietta 
S0L0M0NS0N SOLOMON L., practical watchmkr, jew- 
eler and optician, 31 Whitehall, r 185 Whitehall. (See 
front cover) 
Somers Flovd (c), driver Cox, Hill & Thompson, r 164 E. 

Ellis 
Somers F. J., elk A'eal & Bradley, r country 
Sondheimer Louis, elk J. Selig A: Bro., hds 225 S. Forsyth 
Souders John (e), lah, r nr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
South Charles, elk J. C. Huff, r 384 Marietta 
South Frank (Hunter & South), r 384 Marietta 

«"^C> TV/n-l 1 Ckd Shorter by the M. AC. R. R. than by 
M C-> l_m/-B_ \ ■ «~^^"i any other route to ail points west. 



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SOU 344 SPE 

SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL WORKS, Elias Hai- 
man, propr ; plow and implement mnfr, 374 to 380 Ma- 
rietta. (See front cover) 

SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE, S. T. Jenkins, editor and 
propr; J. S. Newman, associate editor; 6 Whitehall 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO., W. W. Hulbert, agt; 30 and 
32 Wall 

SOUTHERN MEDICAL RECORD, Thomas S. Powell, 
M. D., R. C. Word, M. D., and W. T. Goldsmith, M. D., 

SOUTHERN PLANTER AND GRANGE, White & Gor- 
don, editors and proprs; 27 and 2!) S. Broad 

Southern Railway and Steamship Assn., Joseph E. Brown, 
pres; Virgil Powers, genl commissioner; C. B. Wallace, 
genl agt ; 3^ Whitehall 

SOUTHERN SURGICAL INSTITUTE, J. W. Gnrley, M. 
D., propr; 67 Whitehall 

Southwell Cesar (c), lab, r 24 Bradbury 

Sowers Felix, mason, r 445 Marietta 

Sowers Winfield S., brickmasou, bds 445 Marietta 

Spahr Otto, professor of music, 92 S. Prvor 

SPALDING ALBERT T. REV. D. D., pastor Second 
Baptist Church, r 207 McDonough 

SPALDING EUGENE C, with SHOLES' DIRECTO- 
RIES, 24 S. Broad 

Spalding Richard S. (Gramling, Spalding & Co.), r Philadel- 
phia, Pa 

Spalding Robert D. (Gramling, Spalding & Co.), bds 204 W„ 
Peachtree 

Spalding Volney, with Republican, r 138 McDonough 

Spann George C, lawyer, 31 Whitehall, bds Cannon House 

Sparks John, driver, r 174 Irwin 

Sparks John W., farmer, r 83 Decatur 

Sparks Joseph, with J. L. Winter & Co., r Griffin, Ga 

Sparks Sanford, dairyman, r 174 Irwin 

Sparks S. P., wid John, r Ga. R. R., ne cor Butler 

Sparks Thomas C, r 27 Larkin 

Sparks William C, manager H. W. Wooding, r 69 Luckie 

Speairs Shadraeh H. (Bowers & Speairs), r 35 W. Simpson 

Speairs William Rev., pastor Third Baptist Church, and law- 
yer, r 35 W. Simpson 

Spear George W., policeman, and meat market, 196 McDon- 
ough, bds 130 Thompson 

-I — >-r- -i — r T7IT7" nas the FINEST HEARSE in theStaU, 
I— » III I i M i 2L 26 W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



f* o <- r\ r\ a r» T iwin the PREMIUM Lime of the South. J.C.KIMBALL, 
KjVLbQuSa Lilnie 54 Alabama. 

SPE 345 STA 

Spears Henry (e), lab, r 165 Marietta 

Spears William (c), lal>, r rear 21 Merritts av 

Speer Ann R., Mrs., bds 132 Decatur 

Speer William J. \Y. (Speer & Knox), r 132 Decatur 

Speer & Knox (W. J. W. Speer and A. P. Knox), grocers, 132 

Decatur 
Speigle George W., elk, r 211 E. Hunter 
Spence John !>., printer, bds 43 W. Foundry 
Spence Nathaniel C, carriagemkr, r 153 Whitehall 
Spence William, carpenter, r 43 W. Foundry 
Spencer Alpheus S., watchman, r 19 Marklunn 
Spencer David A., bds 124 Peachtree 
Spencer George C, bds 25 Spring 
Spencer Jefferson (c\, lab, r 275 Jones 
Spencer Lemerle, P. (). carrier, r 19 Markham 
Spencer Macon B., bkkpr W. F. Stokes & Co., r 46 Mc- 

Donough 
Spencer Samuel B., lawyer, 18 Whitehall, r 46 McDonough 
Spencer Thomas, stenographer, r 11 Walker 
Sperling Fannie Miss, dressmkr, 93 S. Broad 
Spiegle George W., with M. Franklin, r 211 E. Hunter 
Spillman El lie Miss, printer Sunny South, r 5 Strong 
Spillman Joshua, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 1 Strong 
Spinks Garrett, r reir 242 Havn s 

Spinks Hiram T., carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 238 Haynes 
Spinks Lewis D., car repairer A-L. Ry., bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Spinks William, engineer, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Spinks William R., mason, r 242 Haynes 
Spiro Joseph, with E. llaiman, bds 16 E. Cain 
Spivey Jordan, wks Atlanta Rollng Mill, r ss Maysons Ferry 

rk, Be II wood 
Spivey William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 43 Victoria 
Spoon J. \V., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Spratling Fletch J., bkkpr Constitution, r 402 Decatur 
Sprekelson Henry, baker Jack & Holland, r 38 W. Peters 
Springfield Baptist Church (c), Rev. James Baker, pastor ; es 

Fort, n of Taylor 
Sprotts David (c), hostler Clint Taylor, r 2 Ga. R. R 
Spttlock James, lab, r 30 Howell 
Squires James, engineer W. & A. R. R., bds es W. & A. R. 

R., nr Spring 
Stackhouse Charles C, pictures, bds Adams House 

Fashionable Clothiers, COI ™t,«kr?I5fie*- 



TlA'D Trn TTri TTT 1 Hates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
X Uli £ XlJulU JJ. j. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

STA 346 STE 

Stafford Jefferson (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 18 South 

Stafford Thomas (c), ab, r 153 Wheat 

Stalling* Alsey, wid Simpson, r 83 Rawson 

Stallings David W., lab A. & W. Pt. R. R., bds 23 Wheat 

Stallings James W., fruit stand, r 83 Rawson 

Stallings R. R., conductor W. & A. R. R., r Augusta, Ga 

Stamp Otto (c), drayman, r 184 Markham 

Stamps Robert (c), wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 100 Walker 

Standard George C, molder Porter & Meakin, r 87 Ga. R. R. 

Standing George Rev., pastor Loyd St. M. E. Church, r 166- 

Thompson 
Stanford Ezra (e), carpenter, r 126 X. Butler 
Stanfield Dora, wid William, bds 204 Marietta 
Stanfield John, butcher W. Carmichael, r 461 Marietta 
Stanford Martha E., wid Thomas, r 90 E. Cain 
Stanley Charles R., mason, bds 96J Whitehall 
Stanley Henry, fireman, r es Savannah, nr Ga. R. R 
Stanley Henry S., elk G. H. Holliday & Co., r 48 W. Peters 
Stanley James M., wks Sou. Agrl Wks 
Stanley John H., wks Sou. Agrl Wks 
Stanley John L., lab, r 'ss Ga. R. R., nr Borne 
Stanley Mary J., wid Jesse, r ss Ga. R. R., nr Borne 
Stanton McClure H., elk W. L. Stanton & Co., bds West End 
Stanton William L. (W. L. Stanton & Co.), r ns Gordon, w of 

Peeples, W. E 
Stanton W. L. & Co. (W. L. Stanton and B. F. Megee), gro- 
cers, 89 S. Broad 
Stapler George, baker, r 117 Whitehall 
Stapler Richard. F., barkpr, r 24 Luckie 
Stapp John, lab, r 297 Decatur 
Stapp S. J., car repairer A-L. Ry 
Stark James H., grocer, 208 Marietta, r 84 Foundry 
Starkes James C. (c), porter Dept of Agrl, r rear 54 E. Ellis 
Starnes William A., policeman, r 15 W. Peters 
Staser Martha Mrs, grocer, 231 W. Peters 
State House, Marietta, sw cor Forsyth 
Steagall Henry, wks Sou. Agrl Wks 

Steadman Charles P., plumber F. E. Henson, r 60 S. Broad 
Steele August R. (c), barber L. Schelpert, r 42 Grubb 
Steele George W., fireman A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 29 X. Cal- 
houn 
Steele J. Raddy, engineer W. & A. R. R., bds es W. & A. R. 
R., nr Spring 

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'^iTsi^'iff? #*TiV*5^ - Clocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 WhitehaM St., can 



!>J) supply you through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 
— — i . — . — . — — * 

STE 347 STE 

Steele Mary, wid John, bds 29 X. Calhoun 
Steele Samuel (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 60 Johnson 
Steerman Jefferson <\, elk II. A. Fuller, bds 271 W. Rawson 
Stees Sarah P. Mrs, lunch room, 145 W. Peters 
Stegall Catharine, wid William, r ws Bush, nr Mangum 
Stegall Henry, eandyinkr F. E. Block 

Stegall John, painter Winship & Bro., bds us Henry nr Man- 
gum 
Stegall Tustego, wks Porter & Meakin, r 115 Decatur 
Stegall Warren, wks L. H. Hall c\c Co., r.ns Henry, nr Man- 

yum 
Steichel Louis, barkpr J. Domini, bds 14 Mechanic 
Stein hauer John N., tinner Stewart & Fain, r 75 Pulliarn 
Steinheimer Alexander, dray boss, 16 Whitehall, bds 92| S. 

Broad 
Steinheimer David, dry goods, 48 Whitehall, r 151 Whitehall 
Steinheimer Emanuel, junk dealer, 92 S. Broad, r 52 Thompson 
Steinheimer Isaac (Steinheimer & Kreisle), r 267 Whitehall 
Steinheimer Jacob, elk D. Stfinheimer, r 191 Whitehall 
STEINHEIMER & KREISLE (I. Steinheimer and A. Krei- 
sle), boots, shoes, trunks and hats, 30 Whitehall 
Steinmark Charles, tailor M. & J. Hirsch, r 90 S. Broad 
Stephens Alexander (c), brickmason, r 277 Frasei 
Stephens Calvin (c), cook R. G. Thorn pson 
Stephens Charles W., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 64 W. 

Humphries 
Stephens Dionysius V. gunsmith, 39 S. Broad, r 132 Rhodes 
Stephens James M., opr W. .U. Tel. Co., r 46 Powers 
Stephens John (c), carpenter, r 154 Clarke 
Stephens John, elk, bds Markham House 
Stephens John (c), lab, r 214 W. Mitchell 
STEPHENS JOHN, whol grocer and com mer, 41 and 43 

E. Alabama, r 126 Jackson 
Stephens John S., carpenter, r 221 Haynes 
Stephens Richard (c), butcher J. Smith, r 62 Eraser 
Stephens Samuel (c), lab, r 237 Houston 
Stephens Shadrach (c), r 102 Decatur 
Stephens William P., dairyman, r 2 Liberty 
Stephens William T., feeder Elsas, May tfe Co., r 132 Rhodes 
Stephenson Nancy, wid John, r 11 Hulsev 
Sterchi Julius H., with W. M. & R. J. Lowry, 7 E. Crew 
Sterling Walter (c), lab, r 18 Thurmond 



Buying TicKets "STWemt* 

learn tne advantages oflereil uy tne JU. & C. R. R. 



W^TT^C'TftTT rPTnT^TTTIC! to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
LaUU*w1UJN llUxlilllu Resorts by the Keunesaw Route. 

STE 348 STE 

Sterling W. L., physician, 181 Marietta 

Sterrick C. W„ bds National Hotel 

Stevens Edward C, accountant, 35 S. Broad 

Stevens Henry J., real estate, r 185 W. Peters 

Stevens James (c), porter J. O'Neill 

Stevens John M., lab, r rear 212 W. Peters. INFORMATION 

REFUSED. 

Stevens J. P. (J. P. Stevens & Co.), bds Markham House 
Stevens J. P. & Co. (J. P. Stevens and — — ), jewelers, 34 

Whitehall 
Stevens Lester F.," fancy goods, 71 Whitehall, bds National 

Hotel 
Stevens Lewis O., elk, bds National Hotel 
Stevens William S., carpenter, r 191 W. Peters 
Stevens Willis (c), lab, r 271 E. Hunter 

Stevens , elk, bds 34 N. Pryor 

Stevenson Mary A., wid C. H., r 64 Fairlie 

Stevenson Mary E., teacher Storrs School, r 104 Houston 

Stevenson Robert (c), barkpr, C. Sheehan, r 5 Magazine 

Stevenson Thomas (c), lab, r 47 Chattahoochee 

Stewart Alfred, carpenter, r 253 Luckie 

Stewart Andrew P. (Stewart & Fain), r 152 Alexander 

Stewart Anne E., wid Isaac, r 150 Gullatt 

Stewart David O., elk D. H. Dougherty, bds 211 Peachtree 

Stewart Emma R., wid W. J. T., r 150 Fillmore 

Stewart Frederick F. (Cook & Stewart),- r ss Gordon, w of Lee, 

W. E 
Stewart Fred S. Jr., elk Stewart & Fain 
Stewart George W., barkpr, r ns Fair, w of Walker 
Stewart Grisham B., (Stewart & Higgins), saloon, 165 W. Pe- 
ters, r 10 Haynes 
Stewart James, captain Co. K. 18th Inf., r 20 McPherson 

Barracks 
Stewart James, r 50 Powers 

Stewart James A., miller, 20 N. Broad, r 115 W. Simpson 
Stewart John, butcher, bds 234 McDonongh 
Stewart John, elk, bds es Peters, s of Fair 
Stewart John, mer, r es Peachtree. 5th n of E. Baker 
Stewart John H., elk, bds 61 Marietta 
Stewart John T., carpenter A-L. Ry 
Stewart Joseph H., carpenter M. Lipes, r Bellwood 
Stewart Joseph S. (Tommey, Stewart & Beck), r Oxford, Ga. 

-i — >-r -i — r ~Cn"^7" C3-oi3L©r»l Unciertalier, 
JtDJ \ I 1 i " i JL , 26 W. Alabama. ^ See page %.) 



Extra Blacksmith Ccal BKMfiKWi.* KIMBALL - « A,a - 

STE 349 STO 



Stewart Mary j wid Andrew, bds 15 Hulsey 

Stewart Robert, wagon yard, r ea W. Peters, n of Fair 

Stewart William, candymkr F. E. Block 

Stewart William F., elk J. J. Tolbert, r 19 Washington 

STEWART & FAIN (A. P. Stewart and John N. Fain), 

3toves, tinware and house furnishing goods, 69 Whitehall 
Stewart & Higgins (G. B. Stewart and T. Y. Higgins), saloon, 

102 S. Broad 
Stiebler George, driver F. Stieglitz, r 117 Whitehall 
Stieglitz Frederick, baker, 121 Whitehall 
Stilson Fred J., watches, clocks and jewelry. 53 Whitehall, r 

62 Walton 
Stine Zachariidi T., confectioner 178 Decatur 
Stinson Henry (c), driver Sciple & Sons, r E. Calhoun, nr 

Decatur 
Stockdell Harry C, special agt Petersburg Ins. Co., 41 S. 

Broad, r 6l' W. Mitchell 
Stocker James Z., bkkpr J. Warlick & Sons, bds 8 W. Mitchell 
Stocker John D., furniture, 8 W. Mitchell, r 338 Whitehall 
Stocking Samuel, sec Atlanta Cotton Factory Co., r 314 

Peachtree 
Stockton Benjamin F., plumber H. Franklin, bds 85 White- 
hall 
Stockton Edmund D., gas fitter, r 130 Jones ax- 
Stockton Emma, wid William, r 44 Cooper 
Stockton John, molder W. S. Withers, r 130 Jones av 
Stocton Robert W., polisher Sou. Agrl Wks 
Stockston Sarah A., wid A. H., r 130 Jones av 
Stockton Thomas, bkkpr J. L. Winter <fc Co., r 44 Cooper 
Stockton William H. f W. H. Stockton & Co.), and agt Devlin 

& Co., bds 44 Cooper 
Stockton William M., bkkpr W. G. Ashley, bds*44 Cooper 
STOCKTON W.H. & CO- <W. H. Stockton and ),c'oth- 

ing, 31 Peachtree 
Stokes Edward (e), gardener, r 122 Houston 
Stokes Henry (c), lab Winship & Bro., r 30 Thurmond 
Stokes Jackson (c), lab, r 257 Richardson 
Stokes John W. (Jarvi- & Stokes), r E. Harris, ne cor Fort 
Stokes Mary M.. wid T. J., r 57 Marietta 
Stokes Missouri H. Miss, bds 57 Marietta 
Stokes Thomas (c), lab, r 26 Thurmond 
Stokes William F. (W. F. Stokes & Co.), r 33 Smith 

P| OTWGlUr* ,N LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS, »t 
V/Lvi nBIlU COHEN & SEIKO'S, 23 Whitehall. ' 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CAR3, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

STO 350 STU 

STOKES W. F. & CO. (W. F. Stokes and A. McD. Wilson), 

fruits and produce, 17 E. Alabama 
Stone Andrew J., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Store Jordan (c), lab, r rear 83 E. Alabama 
Storey Joseph (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 29 Pettis 
Storey Lewis (c), wks Atlanta City Brewery 
Storrs School (c), Mi-s Amy Williams, pi in; 96 Houston 
STOUT BURWELL A., genl delivery elk P. O., bds 72 Ma- 
rietta 
Stout Orrin B., paymaster's elk Dept of South, r 49 Whitehall 
Stout Samuel V. I)., elk Moor?, Marsh & Co., r IS Decatur 
Stovall C. V., wid Pleasant, r 23 Hayden 
Stovall Jeremiah (c), carpenter, r 13 Biggers 
Stovall Ozias, physician, 102 Whitehall, r 69 Chapel 
Stovall W. Frank, baggage mister A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 288 

Decatur 
Stowers George, wks H. Crankshaw & Co. r r ws Werner av, s 

of Jones 
Stowers James D., policeman, bds 125 Houston 
Stowers Thomas J., wks Ga. R. \i., r 125 Houston 
Strauss David, trav agt, r 72 E. Fair 
Street Annie M., wid James, r rear 158 E. Harris 
Street George T., carpenter, r 79 W. Harris 
Street Sarah A. Miss, seamstress, r rear 158 E. Harris 
Strickland Adolphus (c), lab, r 169 E. Baker 
Strickland Alfred (e), lab, r 83 Tatnall 
Strickland George (e), carpenter, r 305 W. Mitchell 
Strickland Henry (c), r 185 N. Butler 
Strickland Stephen (c), lab, r 233 Foster 
Strobhar Edward S., with J. M. Bradstreet, Son & Co., bds 

Wilson House 
Strong Cicero H., cotton buyer, 20 N. Broad, r W. Harris, se 

cor Spring 
Strong Daniel D., engineer A-L. Ry 
Strong Elizabeth B. Mrs,, bds Harris, se cor Spring 
Strong Jerry (c), cook Markham House 

Strong ^Napoleon B., bkkpr C. H. Strong, bds 64 VV. Peters 
Stroud John H , elk C. M. Morris, r Edgewood 
Stroud Thorn .s (c), waiter, bds 51 W. Hunter 
Stroup John M., bricklayer, r 465 Marietta 
Stroup Julius, carpenter W. ife A. R. R., r 53 W. Fair 
Stubbs Edmund (c), wks Longley & Robinson, r es Fort, n of 

Pine 

^JSi ^S^ESJ-Q ^^^EI^.^ Makes TJntlersliirts and. 

^sfiwS'm l^^eMa^sVi^P'CB B^^BMftAe^iB^w Drawers. 



FOR Good Work, Good Spectacles, Clocks, Jewelry or Watches at Bottom Fig- 
ures, call at 47 Whitehall Street. ER. LAWSHE. 

STU 351 SUT 

Stubbs Richard (<•), driver J. ( '. Kimball, r Cox, nr Blackmon 
Stuchlik Joseph C, foreman F. E. Block, r 37 Mechanic 
Stultz Charles healer Rolling Mill, r 20 Victoria 
Styles Henry (c), lab, r 20 Bradbury 
Siidduth Jennie, Mad., r 86 S. Broad 
Sullivan Christopher, machinist, r 26 Rhodes 
Sullivan Christopher Jr.,clk J. Keely, r 26 Rhodes 
Sullivan Cornelius P., elk J. J. Lvnch, r 128 E. Hunter 
Sullivan Dennis ()., helper W. & A. R. R., r 249 Decatur 
Sullivan George (e), lab, r 128 Elliott 
Sullivan Jack J., bkkpr Daniel & Marsh, r 24 X. Collin- 
Sullivan James, fireman, bds 46 Ivy 

Sullivan John H v blacksmith, 211 W. Peters, r 32 Larkin 
Sullivan Joseph, elk, bds 97 E. Mitchell 
Sullivan J. T., fireman A. &. W. Pt. R. R 
Sullivan Patrick, car inspector Ga. R. R., r 128 E. Hunter 
Sullivan Patrick, wks W. & A.R. R., r 111 E. Simpson 
SULLIVAN WILLIAM H., locksmith and bellhanger, 5 

W. Alabama, r 18 Hayden. (See index to adv.) 
Sulzbacher Isaac, watchmkr, bds 72 Marietta 
Summer Hill School, Miss A. B. Clark, prin; 160 Martin 
Summerour John H. (Roberts & Summerour), r 265 W. 

Peachtree 
Summerour T. Edward, elk, bds 265 W. Peachtree 
Summers Bristow (c), lab, r 164 E. Cain 
Summers Butl°r (c), striker Sou. Agrl Wks, r 42 Jones av 
Summers Floyd (c), drayman, r 164 E. Ellis 
Summers Francis, elk, r ns Ga. R. R. Edge wood 
Summers Henry J., carpenter, r ns Ga. R. R., Edge wood 
Sumner Charles, elk J. Ryan, bds 98 Decatur 
SUNNY SOUTH, J. H. & AY. B. Seals, editors and pro- 

prs ; 24 S. Broad. (See opp p:ige 17.) 
Superior Court, Hon. George Hillyer, judge ; Washington, bet 

Hunter and Mitchell 
Supreme Court, Hon. Hiram Warner, chief justice ; court rooms 

State House 
Sutherland ^ illiam, soldier, r rear 189 Chapel 
Sutt'es Wiley (c), lab, r rear 61 S. Forsyth 
Sutton Crawford (c), lab Wm. Forsyth, r Summer Hill 
Sutton Henry (c), shoemkr, 52 S. Pryor, r es Reed, s of Crumley 
Sutton John (c), chair eaner, r 24 Corput 
Sutton Mary A., wid A. J., bds 211 Peachtree 

nPtllf» 1VT Mr (^ Yt T? is thoroughly equipped, ami FIRST* 

A.JJJ.C; i"i«. QL Li! -Xk% J3L® CLASSiu every reepoa. 



FOR INFORMATION as to Passage, Rates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

SUT 352 TAL 

Sutton Moses, (c), wks L. Schelpert, r 300 Wheat 
Sutton William (c), wks Markham House 
Swain Bright (c), lab, r 98 Rhodes 
Swann James J., brakeman, bds Cannon House 
Swann Nancy W., wid Algernon, r 19 Bell 
Swann Richard T., carpenter, bds 40 Rhodes 
Swann Richard W., contractor, r 40 Rhodes 
Swann Samuel A., elk J. H. James, bds 40 Rhodes 
Swann W. Scott, b'kkpr Atlanta Nat. Bank, bds Cannon House 
Swanson David (c), hostler J. J. Hamilton 
Swanson Irvine (c), porter, r 339 X. Calhoun 
Swearingen Scott A., carrier P. O., r 145 Decatur 
Sweatman Lou Mrs., r 20 Pine 

Swift Charles H., agt, undertaker, 37 Loyd, r 162 Crew 
SWIFT C. T., propr S. S. S., 13 Kimball House, bds Mark- 
ham House 
Swift John N., fertilizer agt, 61 S. Broad, r 140 Rawson 
Swift John N. Jr. (Muse, Swift & Cregg), bds National Hotel 
Swift Susan E. Mrs., dressmkr, r 37 E. Alabama 
Swift Thomas, trader, bds 85 Plum 

Swift Thomas L., fertilizer agt, 61 S. Broad, r 92 W. Fair 
Swint C. R.. fireman A-L. Ry 
Swygert George A., boarding, r 105 Ga. R. R 
Sykes Alexander ((•), lab, r 29 Ezzard 
Svkes Simpson (e), drayman H. Lewis 
Sykes Thomas (c), lab, r 304 W. Mitchell 

Symmers William E., bkkpr J. F. Burke & Co., r 217 E. Fair 
Symmes Mamie Mi<s, with E. F.Shropshire, r 132 N. Calhoun 
Symmes Susan, wid George, r 142 N. Calhoun 

PICTURE FRAMES IN THE CITY 

CM be t,ad at MOl^, 

IsTO. 32 "WHIITEHA.IjX-, ST. 

Tabb Artaway J. (■•), student, r 149 Irwin 
TABER FAIRMAN F. homoeopathic physician, 82 De- 
catur 
Taber Seth T.. bak»»r, 200 Marietta 
TALIAFERRO VALENHNE H., physican, 170 S. Pryor 

Cheapest Undertaking R*x. j53£y! M^SKEsia. (s ee P . m.j 




Catoosa Lime,Cement and Fertilizers at J,c - KIMB 5 i l S 



Alabama. 



TAT, 353 TAY 

Talley Algernon S., elk J. Ryan, r 151 S. Pryor 

Talley William M., guano agt, r 186 W. Peters 

Tallulah, Steamer No. 3, Andrew Boos, foreman, 14 N. Broad 

Tanner Benjamin (c), wks Longley & Robinson 

TANNER G. H., notary public and ex-offioio J. P., 16 White- 
hall. I kIs 93 Fort 

TANNER IRWIN (c), blacksmith and wagon mkr, 18 Por- 
ters al, r Ivy, cor Harris. (See page 34.) 

Tanner Joseph B., r 93 Fort 

Tanner Starlin T., carpenter, r 350 Elliott 

Tanner William J. (P. &. G. T. Dodd & Co.), r 73 E. Ala- 
bama 

Tarrant William W., carpenter, r ss Simpson, w of Chestnut 

Tate Allen (c), lab, r 4 Grady 

Tate Dewitt, farmer, bds es AW & A. R. R., n of Spring 

Tate George W. (c), porter Hunt, Rankin & Lamar, r 91 S. 
Pryor 

Tate James (c), grocer, 220 Decatur 

Tate James E. (c), elk J. Tate 

Tatum Robert, r 42 Alexander 

Taylor Charles (c), lab, r 54 C. R. R 

Taylor Charles (c), waiter, r rear 133 Washington 

TAYLOR CLINT, livery and sale stables, 54 to 60 S. Pryor, 
bds Kimball House. (See page 96.) 

Taylor Florinda Mrs. (J. J. Williams & Co.), r Stone Moun- 
tain, Ga 

Tavlor General (c), helper Porter & Meakin 

Taylor George (c), porter J. W. Phillips & Co., r 188 Man- 
gum 

Taylor Howard (c), driver F. M. Eddleman 

Taylor Jackson J 1 ., with Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 20 Form- 
wait 

Taylor James W., wks Longley & Robinson, rl9 N. Bell 

Taylor John (c), lab, r 7 George 

Taylor John T., copper smith Ga. R. R., r 30 Ezzard 

Taylor Joseph (c), cook Kimball House 

Taylor Joseph (c), driver S. B. Hoyt, r rear 68 E. Hunter 

Taylor Joseph C. (c), porter Elsas, May & Co., r 22 Chapel 

Taylor Jupiier (c), lab, rws Randolph, nr Wheat 

Tavlor Lewis (c), lab, r 100 X. Calhoun 

Taylor Mack A. J. (M. A. J. Taylor & Co.), r 101 Nelson 

Taylor Martha Mrs., milliner, bds 170 W. Hunter 

Cents' Furnishing Goods Is^Szft* •*<*>**« +**™ ** 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

TAY 354 THE 

TAYLOR M. A. J. & CO., (M. A. J. Taylor and J. Keely ), 

grocers, 117 Whitehall 
Taylor M. E. Mrs., r 91 Rawson 
Taylor Robert (c), lab, r 46 Decatur 

Taylor Sarah E., wid George, r es W. & A. R. R., n of Cain 
Taylor Susan, wid J. N., r 290 Peachtree 
Taylor Toulmine W., with J. J. Williams & Co., bds 67 

N. Pryor 
Taylor Virginia E. Mrs., teacher Haynes St. School, r 45 

Grav 
TAYLOR WALTER A., druggist, 9 Peachtree, r 292 

Peachtree 
Taylor Washington (c), fireman A-L. Ry 
Taylor William (c), wks W. & A. R. R ' 
Taylor W., cigar mkrCassidy & Maher 
Taylor Zack, with Clint Taylor, bds Kimball House 
Teat James, saloon, 252 Marietta 
Teat Mattie J. Miss, r ns Newton, w of Elliott 
Teat Wiley A., printer T. S. Reynolds, bds 68 Rock 
Telfair Shadrach (c), lab, r 19 Chapel 
Tennison Henry (c), fireman A-L. Ry., r 290 Jones 
Terrell Carrie L. Miss, bds 83 Marietta 
Terrell George (c), wks T. G. Eisewald, r 179 E. Ellis 
Terrell Howard (c), lab, r es Randolph, nr Iiwin 
Terrell James (c), porter W. & W. Mnfg Co., r 26 Valentine 
Terrell Lynch M., supt U. S. Ry. mail service, 5 Marietta, bds 

89 E. Mitchell 
Terrell William (c), lab, r rear 30 S. Bell 
Terrell Zachariah T., mail guard W. & A. R. R., r Adairsville, 

Ga 
Terry George W., asst engineer Atlanta Water Works 
Terry Milton (c), lab, r ws Randolph, nr Wheat 
Terry William, grocer, 330 Decatur, r 26 Howell 
Terry William (c), lab, r 48 Church 
Terry W. M. (Terry & Morris), f 12 Hilliard 
Terry & Morris (W. M. Terry and S. A. Morris), grocers, 330 

Decatur 
Thackston Emily, wid J. M., r 77 W. Foundry 
Thaden Herman, grocer, 234 W. Mitchell, r county 
THE ACANTHUS, Miss Annie M. Barnes, editor and propr; 

24 S. Broad 
The Agents Manual, A. C. Morton, editor and propr; 24 S. 
Broad 



SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS Are made to ° rder by 



MEASURE. 



PQ5T A "RT TQTTT"n IN 1830 -) Er Lawstie's Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 
J_lO J_il.JjljliollJjJJ Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 

THE 355 TH( ) 



THE DAILY CONSTITUTION, W. A. Hemphill, bu 

manager; 34 S. Broad. (See back fly D.) 
The Georgia Clinical Record, Drs. J. F. Hammond and I. J. 

M. Goss, editors and proprs; 24 S. Broad 
The Jewish South, Rev. E. B. M. Browne, editor; J. H. & W. 

B. Seals, pubrs; 24 S. Broad 
THE J. M. BRADSTREET & SON CO., Improved Mer- 

cantile Agency, J. A. Goin, supt; 6 Whitehall 
Theland William, mer, r ns Brick, w of Peters 
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., G. W. Leon- 
ard, manager; 42 Marietta 
Thibadeau Joseph H., abstract bkkpr W. & A. R. R., r 118 

Crew 
Thigpen Benjamin F. engineer, r 85 Elliott 
Third Baptist Church, Rev. W. J. Speairs, pastor; 31 Jones av 
Third Presbyterian Church, Rev. Marion Britt, pastor; ss 

Baker, bet Marietta and Luckie 
Thomas Adolphus, (c), lab, r 125 Wheat 
Thomas Albert (c), drayman, r 243 E. Cain 
Thomas Albert (c), lab," r 15 Pettis 
Thomas Austin (c), painter, r 3 Irwin 
Thomas A. G. Rev., pastor Christian Church, r county 
Thomas Benjamin (c), coachman J. C. Kirkpatrick 
Thomas B., elk, r 114 W. Mitchell 
Thomas Charles (c), lab, r rear 102 Jackson 
Thomas Charles S., elk Xunnallv, Hall man & Co, bds 49 

Wheat 
Thomas Clara, dressmkr, 119 Marietta 
Thomas Cornelius (c), lab, r 210 Mangum 
Thomas Edmund (c), wks J. Lochrev, r West End 
Thomas Edward, elk, r 24 E. Ellis * 

Thomas Edward (c), cabinetmkr L. H. Hall & Co., r 22 Fort 
Thomas Edward (c), lab, r 28 Scofield 
Thomas Edward (c), waiter, r 95 Spring 
Thomas Fdward B., stockbroker, r 71 N. Pry or 
Thomas Edward C, elk D. H. Dougdiertv, bds Wilson House 
Thomas Edwin G., route agt U. S. Ry. M. S 
Thomas Elbridge (c), lab, r 46 Valentine 
Thomas Eliza, wid T. L., r E. Hunter, se cor Moore 
Thomas Ellen E., wid H. B., bds 49 Wheat 
Thomas George (c), lab, r 243 E. Cain 
Thomas George (e), lab, r 136 Nelson 

"D A C5CT7 ,, MT < T?"D C <^0 W T^!"3T with fewer changea via 3\0C. c*5 
JTxlOOljIN UrJUtiO G. JFL. JFt.. than by any other route. 



FOR ST. LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE <CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESAvV ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

THO 356 THO 

Thomas George I., insurance agt, bds W. Harris, se cor Spring 

Thomas George P., carpenter, r ns Maysons Ferry rd, Bell- 
wood 

THOMAS GEORGE S„ Asst. U. S. Atty., room 13, 20 De- 
catur, r 38 McDonough 

Thomas Green (e), lab, r 125 Wheat 

Thomas Harper (c), hackman, r 46 E. Ellis 

Thomas Henry (c), carpenter, r 206 E. Cain 

Thomas Henry (c), painter, r 2 Ga. R. R 

Thomas Henry T. (c), lab, r al bet Hunter and Rhodes, w of 
W. & A. R. R 

Thomas Henry W. (Ives & Thomas), bds 19 Wheat 

Thomas Isaac (c), porter Boynton Bros., r rear 77 Ga. R. R 

Thomas Isaiah (c), drayman, r 46 W. Fair 

Thomas James W., agt, r 70 Nelson 

Thomas Jeremiah (c), lunchroom, 21 Ivy 

Thomas Jesse (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Thomas John (c), driver, r 93 Windsor 

Thomas John (c), fireman H. Lewis, r rear 108 Markham 

Thomas John (c), grocer, 100 Haynes 

Thomas John (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 89 Larkin 

Thomas John, stock dealer, r 11 W.Peters 

Thomas John, tax collector, Court House 

Thomas Kit (c), lab,.r ss E. Harris, 2d of Randolph 

Thomas Lina A., wid J. H., bds 75 Washington. 

Thomas Lovick P. Col., r 68 Tatnall 

Thomas Lovick P. Jr., chief police, 47 S.Pryor, r 55 E. Peters 

Thomas Lovick P. Jr. 2d, elk Crane, Boylston & Co., bds 55 
E. Peters 

Thomas Mack (c), waiter, r 102 Decatur 

Thomas Neal (c), wks C. R. R 

Thomas Owen (c), porter G. S. Prior, r rear 82 N. Calhoun 

Thomas Peter (c), farmer, r ss Brick, w of Peters 

Thomas Richard S. (Thomas & Johnson), bds 65i Peachtree 

Thomas Robert (c), porter Cook & Logan, r rear 95 Spring 

Thomas Robert S., carpenter Winship & Bro., r Maysons Fer- 
ry rd 

Thomas Robert T., tailor J. Lynch, r 77 Elliott 

Thomas Samuel (c), lab, r 91 W. Foundry 

Thomas Samuel (c), lab, r al bet Hunter and Rhodes, w of W. 
& A. R. R 

Thomas Samuel (c), lab, r 30 James 



General TTna.ca.©x"tafcl*.©xr, 



r— S lil I iPi JL , 26 W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



thousands, always the cheapest In 



flj»«A1« ^ «<k% f «<»1 approved Dy thousands, always the 
U2.SL1S JttQCK UQ3.I, market. J. C. KIMBALL, 54 Alabama 

THO 357 TIK ) 



Thomas Sterling (c), drayman Rice & Mitchell, r n< Foster, nr 

Ella 
Thomas Thomas (c), lab, r Wolfe av, or Decatur 
Thomas Thomas L., engineer, r E. Hunter, se cor Moore 
Thomas Walter(c), lab, r \V. & A. R. II., Bellwood 
Thomas William (<•), wks Porter & Meakin, r 299 X. Fort 
Thomas William J., cabinetmkr L. II. Hall & Co., r 30. Me- 
chanic 
Thomas William M., carpenter M. Lipes, r ss Maysons Ferry 

rd, Bell wood 
Thomas W. B., watchman W. & A. R. R 
Thomas Zachariah (c), drayman, r 37 Parsons 

Thomas , butcher, r 11 AV. Peters 

Thomas & Johnson (R. 8. Thomas and AV. E. Johnson), meat 

market, 51 Decatur 
Thompson Andrew P., with T. M. Clarke & Co., r 72 Spring 
Thompson Archibald (c), lab, r es Jennings al, s of Jones 
Thompson Augustus (c), blacksmith, 50 S. Pryor, r Connally, 

• •or Richardson 
Thompson A. J., helper Ga. R. R., r 84 Gilmer 
Thompson Britton W\, carpenter, r 305 E. Fair 
Thompson George, conductor, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Thompson George, grocer, 60 AV. Humphries 
Thompson Green, driver St. R. R. Co., bds 19 Irwin 
Thompson Harrison (c), lab, r 145 Davis 
Thompson Henry (c), barkpr A. Gershon, r 18 AV. Peters 
Thompson Howard (c), lab, r 145 Davis 
Thompson Irwin (c), lab, r 254 W. Mitchell 
Thompson Isaac P., jeweler, 85 Garnett 

Thompson Jamea R., guard Oakland Cemetery, r nw cor Fac- 
tory, nr Ga. R. R. 
Thomson Jan^ey AV., bkkpr Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 

42 AV. Peters 
Thompson Jesse S. Rev. (c), pastor Col'd Presb. Church, 7 

Maple 
Thompson John B., grocer, 300 Decatur 
Thompson John R., r 159 Thompson 
Thompson John S., elk T. R. Ripley, bds 19 Irwin 
Thompson John \V\, with Jack & Holland, r 68 Terry 
Thompson Joseph Dr., r 238 S. Pryor 

Thompson Joseph Jr. (Cox, Hill & Thompson), bds Kimball 
House 

COHEN & §E-LIG f TH ^v^i5!ii FLOWPmCES » 

17 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by tne 
KEInNIv-vVW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

THO 358 THR 



Thompson J. Edgar, asst city elk, r Peachtree, nr Ivy 
Thompson Martha Miss, r 81 Haynes 
Thompson Mary Miss, r ns Henry, w of Elliott 
Thompson Mary A., wid R. B., r 19 D'Alvigny 
Thompson Nelson (c), painter, r 79 E. Garnett 
Thompson Paul W. (c), porter Elsas, May & Co 
Thompson Richard, carpenter A-L. By., r 107 Luckie 
THOMPSON ROBERT G-, restaurant, James Bank Blk. 

front R. R., and ladies' eafe, 4 "Whitehall, r 22 Luckie. 

(See front fly B.) 
Thompson Rose B. Mrs., r 80 Hoge 
Thompson Thomas, policeman, r 170 W. Hunter 
THOMPSON WARREN R. D , physician, r 285 E. Fair 
Thompson William, constable, 21 Marietta, r 19 Irwin 
Thompson Willis W., grocer, 133 Decatur, r 26 Moore 
Thompson Wylie (c), lab P. Lynch, r rear 28 Hayden 
Thomson William S. (Candler & Thomson), r 417 Peachtree 
Thome Joseph E., bkkpr M. W. Johnson & Co., bds Cannon 

House 
Thornton Albert P., bkkpr, r 288 Peachtree 
Thornton Edward (c), lab, r ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Thornton Eugene H. (Lynch & Thornton), bds 109 S. Pry or 
Thornton George D., carriagemkr, r 8 Markham 
Thornton Henry (c), lab, r 36 Fort 
Thornton Henry (c), lab, r rear 53 E. Mitchell 
Thornton James (c), lab, r ws Form wait, s of Richardson 
Thornton Jerome B., candymkr F. E. Block, r ss Irwin, w of 

Lee, W. E 
Thornton J. T., elk, bds 31 N. Pryor 
Thornton Marcellus E., lawyer, r 123 W. Peters 
Thornton Mary R., wid S. W., r 123 W. Peters 
Thornton Robert H. (c), driver, r rear 216 Rawson 
Thornton Samuel C, engineer W. & A. R. R 
Thornton V. R., messenger Sou. Ex. Co., r 160 Mangum 
Thrash Lawrence, printer, bds 5 Chapel 
Thrash Thomas B., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds 7 

Markham 
Thrash William H., engineer W. & A. R. R., bds 191 W. 

Mitchell 
Thrasher Benjamin (c), lab, r 95 Humphries 
Thrasher Emanuel (c), driver Abbott & Bro., r 205 Glenn 
Thrasher Harris (c), lab, r ss Ga. R. R., nr Grant 

QTT"DnX)C!TJTDr»C' CfTTT'DT'C! CombineEconomy.Ele- 
OJlXtUrOlllltL O OHlillo gance and Comfort. 



*^"«^ #1 ± ,,1- ^ ft Hocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
*T cl I C U"??f supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price*". 

THR 359 TIL 



THROWEK JAMES G., plasterer, and publisher Templars 

Advocate, 8| Marietta, r 77 Mangum. (Bee page 33.) 
THROWER JAMES K, foreman SUNNY SOUTH, r 262 

]'.. Hunter 
Thrower Thomas L.. engineer A-L. Ry., r 30 W. Mitchell 
Thurman David, watchman, r 257 W. Mitchell 
Thurman Edward (c), lab, r 127 E. Baker 
THURMAN FEUDAL D., r 28 McDaniel 
Thurman John A. Rev., pastor Marietta St. M. E. Church, r 

'.•7 Marietta 
Thurman J. C, keeper city magazine 
Thurman William, brakeman W. & A. R. R 
Thurmond Henry C, driver St. II. R. Co., r58 May- al 
Thurmond James (Thurmond & Tripp), r Mays al. nr Mangum 
Thurmond Lizzie, wid Grandson, r 13 Thurmond 
Thurmond William, elk, r 57 Mays al 
Thurmond & Tripp (James C. Thurmond and Lawrence 0. 

Tripp), saloon, 210 Marietta 
Thweatt Peterson, r 19 S. Broad 
Thwing Isabella C, wid James, r 207 McDonough 
Tibbs David (c), cook, r rear 107 Peachtree 
Tibbs William C., grocer, 32 W. Mitchell, r 20 Larkin 
Tidwell Asbury, lawyer, r 58 W. Peters 
Tidwell Attic (c), boarding, 11 S. Collins 
Tidwell E. G., elk W. A. Taylor, bds 292 Peaehtree 
Tidwell Frank (c), shoembr, r rear 19 Foster 
Tidwell Gaines, druggist, bds 133 Spring 
Tidwell Harriett, wid John, r 184 Marietta 
Tidwell Reuben W., grocer, 27 W. Mitchell, r 150 S. Forsyth 
Tilden Aiah C, bkkpr, r 273 E. Fair 
Tilden Lafayette, elk, bds 273 E. Fair 
Tiller Jackson, r 75 W. Peter- 
Tiller James, saloon, 94 W. Peters 
Tiller James (c), truckman W. & A. R. R., r 20 Wells 
Tiller Wyatt (c), cook, r 52 C. R. R 
Tillery Jeremiah (c), lab, r 100 Walker 

Tillman Eliza A. Mrs.',propr Fulton House, Decatur, cor Ivv 
Tillman William L., farmer, r Fulton House 
Tilman Samuel H., waiter, r 68 Howell 
Tilman William H. Rev. (c), pastor Mt. Pleasant Bap. Ch., r 

68 Howell 
Tilman William H., Jr. (c), teacher, r 68 Howell 

■"7 C> Tk /r-i 1 ^.*-+ Shorter by the M. &. C. R. R. than by 
M <-^ 1»/-1- ■ 1 »~5 ^"* any other route to all puints ft est. 



PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by th« 
KENNE8AW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 

TIX 360 TOR 

Tines William H. (c), shoemkr, 3 N. Broad, r 314 Peachtree 
Tinsley Mattie M., dressmUr, r 19 Johnson 
Tinsley Sarah E., wid James, r 48 Johnson 
Tinson Henry (c). drayman, r 10 S. Calhoun 
Tischmann Aaron, tailor, 78^ Whitehall 
Titlebaum Able, elk M. Rich & Bro., r 174 S. Forsyth 
Titlebaum Morris, bkkpr M. Franklin, r 193 S. Forsyth 
Titlebaum William (Rich & Titlebaum), bds 174 S. Forsyth 
Todd Abraham (c), lab, r -2A Mechanic 
Todd Alsev F., elk J. C. Fuller, bds 236 W. Peters 
Todd Emily E., wid H. \V., bds 84 E. Ellis 
Todd James S., physician, 30 Marietta, r 84 E. Elli- 
Todd S. H., 2d lieut Co. G., 18th Inf, r 10 McPherson Bar- 
racks 
Tolbert Aaron (c), lab, r rear 24 X. Butler 
Tolbert Clinton C. driver Stmr Mechanic Xo. 2, r 268 E. Fair 
Tolbert Jefferson S., grocer 19 Washington, r 268 E. Fair 
Tolbert John, driver Stmr Xo. 3, r 25 Marietta 
Tolbert Marcus L. (Tolbert & Bro.), r 31 X. Prvor 
Tolbert Martha Mrs., r 281 E. Fair 
Tolbert William, reel driver Mechanic Xo. 2, bds 268 E. 

Fair 
Tolbert William C Tolbert & Bro.), r 20 Wheat 
Tolbert & Bro. (M. L. and W. C. Tolber), butchers, 75 Peach- 
tree 
Tole Levi, brakeman, bds es W. & A. R. R., n of Spring 
Tolleison Elvina, wid J. X., r 126 E. Cain 
Tolliver Peters (c), lab, r ns Glvnn, e of Martin 
Tolliver Ralph (c), wks W. & A. R, R„ r 287 W. Mitchell 
TOMMEY, STEWART & BECK (W. R. Tommey, J. S. 
Stewart and L. H. Beck), whol and ret hardware, ma- 
chinery, etc., 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See front paster.) 
Tommey Vincent R. (Tommey, Stewart & Beck), and pres 
Atlanta Rolling Mill Co., and pres Ga. Banking & Trust 
Co., r Decatur, Ga 
Tompkins Sallie Mrs., dressmkr, r 37 W. Cain 
Toon Joshua J., sec Atlanta Chamber ot Commerce, 44 E, 

Alabama, r 27 N. Collins 
Torbert Andrew W., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., bds 

Xational Hotel 
Torrence James T,, trav agt, r 50 Peachtree 
Torrence John E., with F. E. Block 

UNDERTAKING IiT ^^Sm^M-f^Ei^ 1 * 3 



TUF PFQT Pfl A K at ,mvest i 1|,iw ' ^ J. C. KIMB ALL'S, 
I ML DLol UUnLJ 54 Alabama and 72 Mi.rieita" 

TOW 361 TRI 



Towns George W., painter, r rear 16 Randolph 
Towns John (c), cook National Hotel, r rear 224 W. Mitchell 
Towns John H (e), shoemkr A. J. Delbridge, r ss W- Mitch- 
ell, w of Haynes 
Towns Josephine, \vi<l Randolph, bds 147 Marietta 
Towns Stephen Terry, with J. Stephens, Ixls 72 Marietta 
Townsend Ezekiel, puddler Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 415 Mari- 
etta 
Townsley Rartlett H. (c), blacksmith Sou. Agrl Wks, r 286 

W. Mitchell 
Toy James M., engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 11 X. Cal- 
houn 
Toy John H., machinist Porter & Meakin, bds UN. Calhoun 
Toy J. Thomas, machinist Ga, R. R., bds 11 X. Calhoun 
Trader Harriet R., wid William, r 59 Jones av 
Trammel Thomas J., machinist \V. & A. R. R., bds 229 Mari- 
etta 
Trautwein William, coppersmith, 50 S. Broad, r Wolfs av, nr 

Decatur 
Travis Benjamin (c), porter Franklin & Wilkins, r X. Pryor, 

sw cor Wheat 
Travis Elizabeth, vyid J. S., r 85 Chapel 
Travis Joseph B., engineer W. & A. R. R 
Travis Olin S., elk, bds 85 Chapel 
Traynham James S., foreman Traynham & Lewin, bds 134 

Fraser 
Travnham William L. (Traynham & Lewin), r 134 Fraser 
TRAYNHAM & LEWIN" (W. L. Traynham and A. M. 
Lewiu), lumber mnfrs and dealers, office 15 Ivy, mills 11 
and 13 Ivy 
Treadwell Charles (Atlanta Stone Pump & Pipe Co.), bds 

National Hotel 
Treadwell James A., printer Sunny South, r 13 Stonewall 
Treadwell James R (c), porter B. F. Avery & Sons, r 5 Mag- 
azine 
Treadwell Richard (c), waiter, r 127 Wheat 
Tresilian Thomas W., agt, bds 195 E. Hunter 
Tresilian Walter ('.. machinist Ga. R. R., r 195 E. Hunter 
Tribble William, painter, bds E. Fair, nw cor Terry 
Trice John C. (c), wks Curtis A: Smith, r 16 Biggers 
Trimble John L. (Trimble & Goodman), bds 20 Spring 
Trimble P. M., Mrs., saloon, 23 W. Mitchell, r 128 W. Peters 

rflPfiR -A_UXj RTZHIS, at COHEN ASELIG'S, 

i 4 ©^ S WHITEHALL. » 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WITHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

TBI 362 TUR 

TRIMBLE & GOODMAN (J. L. Trimble and C. M. Good- 
man), pictures, picture frames, moldings and brackets, 30 
Whitehall (up stairs) 

Trinity M. E. Church, Rev. J. E. Evans, pastor ; Whitehall, 
sw cor Peters 

Tripod August P. (Tripod & Pine), bds 47| Whitehall 

TRIPOD & PINE (A. P. Tripod and E. J. Pine), fresco, sign 
and house painters, 31 S. Broad. (See page 94.) 

Tripp Elizabeth, wid Harvey, r 268 Marietta 

Tripp Lawrence C, (Thurman & Tripp), r 26 Rock 

Tripp William, coupler, r 153 Walton 

Tripp William M., hostler, r 43 W. Harris 

Trippe Robert P. (McCav & Trippe),r 268 X. Collins 

Trippe Robert P. Jr., r 268 X. Collins 

Trippe William T., lawyer, 22 E. Wall, bds 268 X. Collins 

Troster George (c), waiter National Hotel 

Trotter Benjamin (c), shoemkr W. Jackson, r 60 Mays al 

Trottie Frank B\, trav agt, r 179 McDonough 

Trout Amelia, wid J. F., bds 22 W. Alabama 

Trout Floiida Miss, boarding, 22 W. Alabama 

Trowbridge Henry T., elk J. Trowbridge, bds 13 Moore 

Trowbridge John, box mnfr, 3 and 5 Fort, r 13 Moore 

Tuck Robert M., coupler, bds 52 Rock 

Tucker Edmund (c), gardener, r al bet Forrest av and E. 
Baker, e of X. Calhoun 

Tucker Henry (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Tucker Jacob (c), carpenter, r 1-t Grant 

Tucker Nellie E., wid J. E., r 69 W. Foundry 

Tuggle Joseph, elk, r 30 Pratt 

Tuggle J. P., with W. A. Russell & Co., r Stone Mountain, 
Ga 

Tuggle Paul L., blacksmith Ga. R. R,, r 30 Pratt 

Tuggle Pinckney J., miner, r 30 Pratt 

Tufler Charles I)., stamp elk P. O., bds 68 Marietta 

TULLER WILLIAM H., cashier Atlanta Nat. Bank, and 
pres Atlanta City Brewing Co., r 68 Marietta 

Tuller Wyatt (c), yardman Kimball House 

Tully T. J., garrison tailor, r ays W. Peters, n of limits 

Tumlin Reuben, groctr, 604 Marietta 

Tunsell Warren B. (c), shoemkr, 66 Decatur 

Turnage William J., engineer Atlanta Rolling Mil), r Jones 
av, nw cor Chattahoochee 

A W c "lf rdd$H3< & TfeW^l£2 and Styles of SHIRTS are made at 
^JSdJlJJLJ 'laS'Als^^APayi^ Shropshire's Shirt Factory. 



The Arundel Spectacle 



L /V W .-» 1 1 12, Sole Agent in Atlanta. 



TUR 363 TUR 

Turner Alfred C, engineer J. D Turner, r 30 Walker 
Turner Archibald M., plasterer, r 260' W. Mitchell 
Turner Berry (c), lab, r 15 Horton 
Turner Boswell B., elk, bds 25 Fulton 

Turner Charles, feeder Bergstrom & Co., bds 13 Stonewall 

Turner Elizabeth, wid James, bds 75 McDonough 

Turner Fitzhugh, elk Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds 66 Wil- 
liams 

Turner George W., engineer W. & A. R. R., r 76 W. Simp- 
son 

Turner Jackson (c), driver J. C. Huff 

Turner Jasper (c), wks J. Mangum, r 63 Decatur 

Turner John (c), carpemer, r 294 N. Calhoun 

Turner John (c), wks Atlanta City Brewery 

Turner John D., cotton compress, W. Peters, cor C. R. R., r 
14 Walker 

Turner John W., conductor A. & W. Pt. R. R., bds 243 De- 
catur 

Turner Judge L., fireman W. & A. R. R., r 26 Emma 

Turner Julia (e), teacher Storrs School, r 162 X. Butler 

Turner Lewis M., baggage master W. & A. R. R., r 347 Man- 
gum 

Turner Lewis R., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Turner Lucy A., wid El ward, r 92 Fort 

Turner Mack M., elk J. Keely, bds Wilson House 

Turner Mary, wid Boswell, r 25 Fulton 

Turner Peter (c), lab, r rear ss Foster, bet Fort and Bell 

Turner Peyton (c), lab, r ns Glynn, e of Martin 

Turner Richard (c), waiter Kimball House 

Turner Richard (e), wks Atlanta City Brewery 

Turner Robert (c), lau, r ns Glenn, e of Martin 

Turner Robert (c), lab, r 102 Hoge 

Turner Robert C, printer, bds 17 Stonewall 

Turner Samuel (c), lab, r 444 E. Fair 

Turner Samuel T., r 17 Stonewall 

Turner Squire (c), carpenter, r 108 Haynes 

Turner Thomas (c), shoemkr E. Greenwood, r rear 82 N. Cal- 
houn 

Turner Thomas J., weigher J. D. Turner, bds 14 Walker 

Turner Thornton (c), gardener, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Turner William, elk, bds 25 Fulton 

Turner William (c), porter Cox, Hill ct Thompson, r 162 N. 
Butler 

^^3> ^-^ -FVd-^.-^*^-^ Bi3.yiaiS Ticltets "West* 

JLmJ^^ZPJL*^..- 9 ■_ t5 learn the aa vantages cffereU by the M. &. C. R. R. 



FOR ST LOUIS and Louisville, PULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlan- 
ta daily via KENNESAvV ROUTE, Chattanooga and Nashville. 

TUR 364 UND 

Turner William (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 396 Mangum 
Turner William, soldier, r 61 W. Humphries 
Turner William G., tel opr Ga. R. R., bds 65 E. Alabama 
Turner William M., elk J. B. Redwine, bds 269 W. Mitchell 
Turner William S. (W. S. Turner & Co.), r 64 McDonough 
Turner Wilson (c), wks Winship & Bro., r ws Prvor, n of 

Richardson 
Turner Winguit H., cotton, bds 297 Whitehall 
Turner W. S. & Co. (W. S. Turner and A. S. Cohen), coin 

mers, r 7 W. Alabama 
Turner York (c), waiter National Hotel 
Turnipseed Redich W. (R. W. and \V. H. Turnipseed), r 141 

TURNIPSEED R. W. & W. H. (R. W. and W. H. Turnip- 
seed), grocers, 126 Whitehall 
Turnipseed W. H. (R. W. & W. H. Turnipseed), r 141 Nel- 
son 
Turpin Miles, salesman, r 19 N. Prvor 
Tuttle Joel A., carpenter, 23 E. Hunter, r 178 E. Hunter 
Tutwiler Charles V., carrier P. O., r 46 E. Cain 
Tutwiler Frank, with S. S. Kendrick, bds 55 E. Harris 
Tatwiler George, wks Nat. Cop. Co., bds 55 E. Harris 
Tutwiler Norval P., contractor, r 55 PI Harris 
Tye Drury, butcher, 461 Marietta, r 135 Whitehall 
Tye Joshua, butcher, Mrs. M. C. Tye, r Whitehall, cor W. 

Peters 
Tye Mariam C. Mrs, meat market, 107 Whitehall, r White- 
hall, cor W. Peters 
Tyler Charles F., foreman A. Gas Lt. Co., r 109 Thurmond 
Tyler Cooper, trav agt, 72 Marietta 

UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST PLACE 
to have your pictures made is at 
]VJ[ OTES'. 

He makes Portraits in Oil, Pastel, Water Colors and Crayon. 
JSTO. 32 -WHITEHALL ST. 



TT^ Rir!H J0HN H « W ' with SHOLES ' DIRECTO- 
U RIES, 24 S. Broad, bds National Hotel 
Underwood Henry (c), carpenter, r 167 N. Butler 
Underwood Richard (c), grocer, 227 W. Peters 



17™ -..m'U V DI^Iatt can sell COFFINS and CASKETS cheaper than 
J 1 clllK A. lilllCy any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.) 



^J A earriT.^ T3 OfJT^ r oAi J ''reek, and Anthracite Coals, at J. 
^Mt**? * «« «V>WV-?*fe» C.Kimball's. »4 Alabama. 



I'M 365 YAN 



Union Depot, Pryor, se ■ Wall 

Union M. E. Church (c), Rev. Seaborn Upshaw, pastor ; — 

Markham, bet Davis and Tat nail 
United States Army Headquarters (Dept of South), 30 E. 

Wall 
United State- Circuit and District Courts, 20 Decatur 
United States Internal Revenue Office, 24 S. Broad 
Upshaw Arthur (c), lab, r 22 Vine 

Upshaw Herschel L., elk I. D. Upshaw, bds 85| Whitehall 
Upshaw [saac D M grocer, 86 S. Broad, r 92 S. Broad 
Upshaw John W.. (<•), wks S. C. Upshaw) r 25 Larkin 
Upshaw Peter (c), carpenter, r 22 Vine 
Upshaw Samuel (e), lab, r rear 81 "W. Cain 
Upshaw Seaborn C. (e), grocer, 265 W. Peters, r 25 Larkin 
Upshaw Thomas (c), lab, r 22 Vine 
Upshaw William fc), wks J. Hirshberg & Co 
Uters Verbenia, wid Albertus, r 36 W. Foundry 



¥ 



isit the Gallery of C. W. Motes, 

• And Examine His Fine Collection of 



Plain. Colored and Life Size Crayon Photographs 
No. 22 Whitehall St. 

TTALENTINE GEORGE (cj, barber, 20 Whitehall, r 

X country 

Valentino Catherine Mrs., r 66 S. Broad 
Valentino Gabriel, confectioner, bds 66 S. Broad 
Van Bibber Lou Miss, with E. F. Shropshire, r 203 E. Hun- 
ter 
Yan Bibber Sarah J., wid T. H., r 203 E. Hunter 
Van Bibber William H., printer, r 203 E. Hunter 
Vance Henry ('., printer Jas. P. Harrison & ( !o., lids 50 S. For- 
syth 
Vandergriff' Frank, waiter Wilson House 
VAN EPPS HOWARD, lawyer and soli itor geiil City 

Court, 7i Whitehall, r 155 S. Pryor 
Van Goidtsnoven Emil, with M. Cole & Co., r 14 W. Mitch- 
ell 
Yan Pelt Francis M..U. S. Ry. P. O. elk 
Van Stavoren James D., bds 247 Eraser 



THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

VAN 366 VEN 

VAN STA VO REN JOSEPH H., portrait painter, Si White- 
hall, r 246 Fraser 

Van Valkenbarg E. C, engineer C. R. R., bds 49i White- 
hall 

VAN WINKLE EDWARD, iron foundry and machine 
shop, 16 to 20 Foundry, r 136 Luckie. (See back pas- 
ter.) 

Van Wyck George P. Rev., post chaplain, r 1 McPherson 
Barracks 

Varnedoe Rock, wks Ga, R. R,, bds 150 Gullatt 

Varncloe Rufus A., elk Comptroller General, r 150 Gullatt 

Varnell J. C, conductor W. & A. R. R., r Varnells Sta, Ga 

Varnell J. W., conductor W. & A. R. R., r Varnells Sta, Ga 

Varnell S. H., train hand W. & A. R. R., r Varnells Sta, Ga 

Varner Clinton L,, cook, r 46 Peachtree 

Varner Lewis (c), blacksmith J. Nolly, r 62 Humphries 

Varner Rebecca, wid John, r 15 Jones av 

Vasque Minnie, wid Charles, r 77 Crew 

Vaughan James W., clkT. G. W. Crusselle 

Vaughan Mary, wid Elam, r 61 Ga. R, R 

Vaughn Charles C, machinist, r 24 N. Moore 

Vaughn George (c), brickmason, r 33 Moore 

Vaughn Eugene, butcher, bds 193 Ivy 

Vaughn Prince (c), waiter Wilson House, r 55 Victoria 

Vaughn William C, carpenter Porter & Meakin, r 24 N. 
Moore 

Veaeh Salina, wid Henry, bds 10 State 

Veal Anderson M., driver Gate City Hose Co., No. 5, bds 28 
Foundry 

Veal Benjamin F. (Veal & Bradley), r Stone Mountain 

Veal Joseph, lab, r 247 Foster 

Veal Thomas E., policeman, r Collins, nw cor Merritts av 

Veal & Bradley (B. F. Veal and J. M. Bradley), grocers, 508 
Decatur 

Vedder Nicholas Maj , asst paymaster Dept of South, bds 
Markham House 

Velvin John J. ( Velvin & Woodley), r 132 W. Peters 

Velvin & Woodley (J. J. Velvin and G. M. Woodley), gro- 
cers, 111 W. Peters 

Venable Samuel H., elk, bds 261 Peachtree 

Venable Sarah C, wid W. R., bds 261 Peachtree 

Venable William H., dep elk Superior Court, r261 Peachtree 



mmmwBwmmmm udbm w&w. 



FQT A "RT TQTITD '^ *850.) Er Lawshe's Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 
JjJO 1 ri.DLil'OllLiJJ Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 

VEN 367 WAI 



Venable Willis F., elk Jack & II. .Hand, bds 58 X. Pryor 

Verdery Augustus Nr, bds 23 Hayden 

Vernoy Alfred A., ticket agt, bds 66 X. Butler 

\'i'!'iniii';i Sister, mother superior Convent of the Immaculate 

( Conception 
Vickers Abram C, printer, bds 29 N. Calhoun 
Vickers Adolphus J., tallow mnl'r, 45 Foster, r 243 Decatur 
Vickers Isabella, wid James, r 243 Decatur 
Vineyard Christopher (c), lab, r es Walnut, 2d n of Foundry 
Vinson Ike (c), lab, r ws Greens Ferry av, s of Holland 
Virgil Abner (c), lab, r 269 Fraser 
VIRGINIA TOBACCO AND CIGAR DEPOT, Wing & 

Young, proprs; 8 and 10 Peachtree 
Voegeli H. J. (L. C. Frey & Co.), r Memphis, Tenn 
VonderLuhe Harry, barkpr Kimball House 
Vondergoltz Robert, bkkpr, r 120 W. Mitchell 
vonKalckstein Adolphus, grocer, 199 W. Mitchell 
Yorus Dewitt C, engineer, r 106 Luckie 



WHEN yOU DESIRE GOOD PHOTOGRAPHS 

OR FINE PICTURE FRAMES, 

Go to TML O T E3 S5% 

No. 32 WHITEHALL ST. 

TT^ATCHENDORFF EDWARD, florist, r ss Simpson, e 
> } of Chestnut 

Waddell James (c), porter A. & W.. Pt. R. R., r 134 Wheat 
Wade John W., machinist Ga. R. R., r 123 Fillmore 
Wade Lawrence E., helper Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 448 Mari- 
etta 
Wade Samuel (c), driver, r ns Jenkins, 1st e of N. Calhoun 
Wade William M., machinist Porter & Meakin, r 123 Fillmore 
Wad kins Thornton (c), lab, r Connally, cor Glynn 
Wadley William M., pres C. R. R., r Savannah, Ga 
Wadlow Richard H., boots and .shoes, 206 Marietta 
Wadsworth Frank B., bkkpr, r 242 Decatur 
Wadsworth Hezekiah B., elk Ga. R, R,, r 242 Decatur 
Wages John, conductor, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Waits Andrew M., butcher, r 97 Chapel 
Waits James G., driver St. R. R. Co., r 189 W. Peters 

"D A CJCJTi r Mr < TT , T>Q GrO WR8T with fewer changes via 3VC. *S& 
riiOOilil>l l lJrll(ll& O. IFL. IFL. than by any other route. 



TOC'C , /^TT'D■C , Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE 
OHil^ UXvJJ KENNESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 

WAI 308 WAL 



Waits William P., driver St. R. R. Co., bds 191 W. Peters 

Wald B., machinist W. & A. R, R., 

Walden John M. (Hitchcock & Walden), r Cincinnati, O 

Waldo Albie L., bkkpr Crane, Boylston <k Co., bds 41 Walton 

Waldron Andrew, farmer, r ws Marietta, Bellwood 

Waldron R. D., watchman St. R. R. Co 

Walker Abram (c), wks Atlanta City Brewery, r rear 254 X. 

Calhoun 
Walker Allison T., elk, bds 145 Walton 
Walker Armstead (c), lab, r 57 Fort 
Walker Augustus (c), lab, r 32 Phillips Row 
Walker, Boyd & Godfrey (W. S. Walker, I. S. Boyd and R. 

J. Godfrey), local ins agts, 10 W. Alabama 
Walker B. F., surveyor Fulton county, City Hall, r county 
Walker Charles (c), lab, r rear 20 Porters al 
Walker David W., driver W. T. Buzbee, r Peachtree rd, bey 

limits 
Walker Edgar D., elk J. C. Hook, bds Calhoun, nr For- 
rest av 
Walker Elizabeth, wid James, r 176 Marietta 
Walker Henry C, driver H. A. Agricola, r 147 Lnckie 
Walker James (c), farmer, r ns Greens Ferry av, w of limits, 

W. E 
Walker John W., upholsterer W. & A. R. R , r 50 W. & A. 

R, R 
Walker John W. (Walker & Wood), r 255 Fraser 
Walker Jordan (c), stonemason, r 271 X. Calhoun 
Walker Levi C, lab, r 140 Fillmore 

Walker Matthew T., checker W. & A. R. R., 15 E. Mitchell 
Walker Samuel (c), lab, r 223 Martin 
Walker Samuel, wks Trimble & Goodman, r Richardson, bey 

limits 
Walker Street School, W. B. Bonnell, prin; Walker, cor 

Havnes 
WALKER THOMAS E, genl claim agt Green Line, 8 S. 

Broad, r Kirkwood 
Walker William, engineer A. & W. Pt. R. R., r 348 Decatur 
Walker William (c) lab, r 107 E. Ellis 
Walker William («■>, porter R. D. Chancy, r W. & A. R. R 
"Walker William (c>, wks M. L. Bridwell, r 166 Decatur 
Walker William S. (Walker & Bovd and Walker, Boyd & 

Godfrey), r 232 W. Peachtree * 

CDAkllf Y 831 ID TV GENiCRALU.VDERTAKER, 
rllMnlV A* DLIL£I* 26 W. Alabama. (Hee page yti.) 



fae<-Hn T? nr<h Pnal t ' 1 " cleanest and cheapest In market. 

gabUS HULA UUiij j. <•. KIMBALL, 51 Alabama and 72 Marietta. 

WAL 369 WAL 



Walker & Boyd (\V. S.' Walker and I. S. Boyd), genl agts 

British American Assurance Co. of Toronto, 10 W. Ala- 

bama 

Walker & Wood (John W. Walker and Jose Wood), grocers, 
255 Fraser 

Wall Bartholomew, machinist, r 76 X. Butler 

Wall Deborah, wid Richard, r 7;} X. Butler 

Wall Rosin a, wid William, bds 64 Spring 

Wall William C, machinist A-L. Ry 

Wall William T., bkkpr J. R. Wylie, r G4 Spring 

Wall Willis W., grocer, 298 Peachtree, r 9 Cox 

Wallace Alexander X., r 254 Whitehall 

WALLACE CAMPBELL (M. Cole & Co.), and pres Mer- 
chants Rank of Atlanta, r69 McDonough 

Wallace Campbell Jr., elk, bds 69 McDonough 

WALLACE CHARLES B., genl agt Sou. Ry. and S. S. 
Assn., room 4, Centennial Building, 3f Whitehall, r 69> 
McDonough 

Wallace Ellen, wid David, r 69 E. Fair 

Wallace Homer (c), janitor U. S. Court 

Wallace Isaac (c), cook, r 8 S. Collins 

Wallace James B., elk, bds 31 N. Pryor 

Wallace John (c), porter Adair & Bro., r 206 Fraser 

Wallace Oliver J. (c), lab; r 161 N. Calhoun 

Wallace Sarah E., wid X". L., r ss Ezzard, nr Ella 

Wallace Singleton, elk, bds 254 Whitehall 

Wallace Thomas, elk, bds 31 X. Pryor 

Waller James O., brakeman, r 60 Davis 

Walls Cornelius D., master mechanic A-L. Ry., r 78 N. Cal- 
houn 

Walls William, machinist, bds 78 N. Calhoun 

Walseman Alvin M., printer, bds 71 R. R 

Walseman William, tailor, 65 Peachtree 

Walsh James, stone yard, 73 E. Alabama, r 55 E. Mitchell 

Walsh S. R. S., wid Edward, r Amos, ne cor Peeples, W. E 

Walsh William, with W. Erskine & Co., bds 98 Decatur 

Walter Herman, r 56 E. Baker 

Walter John (c), lab, r 43 Mays al 

Walters Levi (c), waiter National Hotel 

Walters W. C. Mrs., bds National Hotel 

Walton Claiborne W. (e), carpenter, r 139 Houston 

Walton nidward (c), hostler Clint Taylor, r Thompson, cor 
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AVAL 370 WAR 

Walton Ellen, wid J. B., r 52 Spring 

Walton, Whaun & Co., fertilizers, 17 S. Broad 

Walton William, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 410 Marietta 

Walton William, Jr., wks Atlanta Rolling Mil, bds 410 Ma- 
rietta 

Ward Adam (c), carpenter, r 142 Luckie 

Ward Crawford (c), grocer, r n of Ga. R. R., Edgewood 

Ward Crawford, Jr. (c), blacksmith, r n of Ga. R. R , Edge- 
wood 

Ward Frank (c), lab, r 29 Maple 

Ward Gustavus, wks W. & A. R. R 

Ward Margaret, wid Thomas, r 16 Scofield 

Ward Richard (c), lab, r 48 Thurmond 

Ward Thomas (c), lab, r 28 Yonge 

Ward William A., pedler, r 312 E. Hunter 

Wardlaw Alexander (c), lab, r ss Fosier, nr Rolling Mill 

Ware Charles (c), hostler St. R. R. Co 

Ware Edmund A., pres Atlanta University, r University 
grounds 

Ware Emma C. Miss, teacher Atlanta University, r Univer- 
sity grounds 

Ware Frederick (c), lab, r 216 Man guru 

Ware James A., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., r 155 S. 
Pry or 

Ware Samuel (c), waiter Big Bonanza Saloon 

Ware Thomas (c), lab, r 122 Wheat 

Ware Vine (c), lab, r 35 Dover 

Warlick Bartow A. (J. Warlick & Sons.), bds 61 Peachtree 

Warlick Charles D. (J. Warlick & Sons), bds 61 Peachtree 

Warlick Judson (J. Warlick & Sons), r 61 Peachtree 

Warlick J. & Sons (J., C. D., W. J. and B. A. Warlick), 
plumbers and tinners, 61 and 63 Peachtree 

Warlick William J. (Atlanta Stone Pump & Pipe Co., 
and J. Warlick & Sons), r 61 Peachtree 

Warmack Martha, wid M. D., bds 82 X. Calhoun 

Warner George W., hardware, r 104 Crew 

Warner Hiram Hon., chief justice Supreme Court, State 
House, bds 89 E. Mitchell 

Warner James H., lab, r 20 South 

Warner John M., traveling agt, r S. Pryor, se cor Fulton 

Warner Luraney D., wid William, r ss Mills, 1st e of Williams 

Warner Mareellus, helper W. & A. R. R., r 69 Hayden 

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WAR 371 WAT 



Warnum Santa Miss, printer Sunny South, r 28 Powers 
Warren Charles < '.. lab, r 105 E. Simpson 
Warren Charles T., with Singer Mnfg Co., r 148 Washing- 
ton 
Warren Hattic, wid John, r 266 E. Fair 
Warren James N., turner, r es Marietta, nr Bellwood 
Warren James W '.. private See. Ex. Dept, r Kirkwood 
Warren John II.. Lab, r es Marietta rd, Bellwood 
Warren -John J., elk Sou. Ex. Co., Refused Information 
Warren Solomon (c), drayman, r es X. Butler, 2d s of E. 

Baker 
Warwick John C, conductor, r 81 P211i<>tt 
Warwick Richard (c), barber, r 24 McDonougb 
Warwick William (c), barber, r 24 McDonough 
Warwick William, elk, r 43 Powers 
Wasdin Martha A., wid W. A., r 131 Fort 
Washburn Sidn -v (c), r 241 McDonough 

Washington Calvin (c), driver, r ws Walnut, 2d n of Foundry 
Washington Ernest, bkkpr Walker & Boyd, bds 232 W. 

Peachtree 
Washington George (c), cooper, ws Bradley, nr Irwin 
Washington George (c), lab, r 27 Daniel, n of Ga. R. R 
Washington George (c), lab, r 68 E. Ellis 
Washington George (c), shoemkr X. Holmes 
Washington Henry (c), fireman Kimball House, r ns Dewalds 

al, n of Whitehall 
Waterhouse Edward W., engineer C. R. R., bds 150 W. Hun- 
ter 
Waters Adam (c), grocer, r ss Currier, e of X. Calhoun 
Water- Andrew J. barkpr, r 15 Corput 
Water- Butler (c), lab, r 95 E. Baker 
Water- Edmund (c), lab, r ss Currier, e of Calhoun 
Waters George W., elk A. O. M. Gay & Co., r 73 W. Cane 
Waters J. C, transfer elk W. & A. R. R 
Waters Richard H., farmer, r ns Gordon, nr limits, W. E 
WATERS ROBERT S., justice of the peace, 43 Peachtree, r 

73 W. Cain 
Waters Samuel T. (Waters & Wooding), r 138 W. Baker 
Waters William T., bkkpr Jack & Holland, r 32 W. Baker 
Waters & Wooding (S. T. Waters and S. F. Wooding), butch- 
ers. 191 Marietta 
Watkin.-, B. B., conductor W. & A. R, R., r 223 Luckie 

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Watkins Elihu P., elk, r 175 E. Fair 

Watkins Frank (c), lab, r 296 MeDonough 

Watkins Henry (c), shoemkr J. O. Hoskings, r 33 Castleberry 

WATKINS JAMES L., furniture and mattresses, 42 and 44 
Whitehall, r 408 Whitehall 

Watkins Jeremiah (c), lab, r 115 Spring 

Watkins Kate, wid Spencer, r 5 Robbins 

Watkins Leander B., planter, 42 Whitehall, r 175 E. Fair 

Watkins Rebecca, wiol William, r 1.75 E. Fair 

Watkins Sallie, wid Samuel, r 26 Thurmond 

Watkins Thornton (c), blacksmith Porter & Meakin, r Con- 
nally, nw cor Clarke 

Watkins William H\, bkkpr J. L. Watkins, bds 175 E. Fair 

Watson Charles C, adjuster W. & W. Mnfg Co., r 67 Spring 

Watson Charles T., cashier W. & A. R. R., bds Kimball House 

Watson Edward (c), porter Miller, & Johnson, r rear 72 Ma- 
rietta 

Watson Ephraim (c), lab, r 145 Mark ham. 

Watson Henry (c), lab, r es Humphries, nr limits 

Watson Henry, machinist W. & A. R. R., bds 45 Nelson 

WATSON HENRY E. (c), teacher Shiloh A. M. E. School, 
r 27 Rock 

W ATSON JAMES A., whol and ret dry goods, boots, shoes 
and hats, 10 W. Mitchell, bds 12 W. Mitchell 

Watson Jefferson (c), shoemkr P. C. Sheriff, r West End 

Watson John, engineer C. R. R., bds 39J Whitehall 

Watson John S., dyer, r 86 S. Pry or 

Watson Moses (c), lab, r 224 W. Mitchell 

Watson M. B. ; with J. A. Watson 

Watson Richard S., adjuster Singer Mnfe: Co., bds 8 W. 
Mitchell 

Watson William, lab, bds 65 Castleberry 

Watson William A., machinist Longley & Robinson, r 51 
Fraser 

Watson William H., painter, bds 43 W. Cain 

Watts Albert (c), grocer, 107 Fraser, r 45 Rawson 

Watts Albert (c), porter Dunn, Ogletree & Co., r 374 N. Col- 
lins 

Watts Benjamin (c), lab, r 79 Hilliard 

Watts Felix (c), driver Dr. F. H. Orme, r 302 Wheat 

Watts Henry J. (c), carpenter, 50 S. Pryor, r 45 Rawson 

Watts James (c), carpenter, r 49 Rawson 

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Watts James (c), lab, r 81 Gullatt 

Watts John A., elk R. W. Tidwell, r 60 Castleberry 

Watts Joseph M., elk J. M. B. Carlton & Son 

Watts J. T., feeder H. H. Dickson 

Watts Kelly (c), barber, 20 Whitehall, r Thompson, eor W. 
P. 'tors' 

Watts Martha, wid George, bds 267 Jones 

Watts Mary A., wid Jefferson, r33-N. Forsyth 

Watts Miles (e), lab, r 175 Martin 

Watis Sterling (o), lab, r 374 N. Collins 

Watts William B. (W. Powers & Son), r 33 S. Forsyth 

Wayne Washington (c), waiter Markham House 

Weaber Nicholas, tailor, 32 W. Peters 

Weaklev Patrick, wks Atlanta Rolling- Mill, bds 410 Marietta 

Weaks Peter, lab, r ws W. & A. R. R., Bellwood 

WEATHERBE CHARLES F., bus agt SHOLES DIREC- 
TORIES, 24 S. Broad, bds National Hotel 

Weaver Amos (c), lab, r 19 Pettis 

Weaver Bessie Miss, packer J. F. Burke & Co., r r27 Mechanic 

Weaver Christopher, tinner, r 77 W. Foundry 

Weaver George, tailor, r 55 S. Broad 

Weaver Green (c), driver, r al, bet Hunter and Rhodes, w of 
W.&A. R. R 

Weaver Holly, fireman Sou. Agrl Wks 

Weaver Jacob, blacksmith, r 15 Mechanic 

Weaver James H., engineer, bds 551 Marietta 

Weaver John K. (Mason & Weaver), r 29 W. Foundry 

Weaver John M., saloon, 142 Marietta, r 87 Walton 

Weaver Lee (c), lab, r ws Vine, 1st s of Magazine 

Weaver Reuben A., lab J. A. Gifford, r 120 Luckie 

Weaver Seaborn (c), lab, r 186 W. Harris 

Weaver Thomas H., tinner J. W. Phillips & Co., r 27 Mechanic 

Weaver Wesley J., driver St. R. R. Co., r ns Jenkins, nr 
Pratt 

Weaver William D., watchman Sou. Agrl Wks, r 551 Marietta 

Webb Benjamin F. (Clayton & Webb), bds Cannon House 

Webb Charles C, wks Nat. Cop. Co., bds 48 N. Collins 

W ebb. Claiborne, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Webb Dilmus W., wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, bds 131 Jones av 

Webb Elizabeth, wid Calvin, r 13 W. Peters 

Webb Ellen, wid James, r 185 Fillmore 

Webb George W., fireman W. & A. R. R., r 170 W. Hunter 

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WEB 374 WEL 

"Webb James, barkpr, r 122 Whitehall 

Webb James M., fireman W. &. A. R. R 

Webb John A., fireman, bds 170 W. Hunter 

Webb John B., carpenter F. W. Hart, r 90 S. Broad 

Webb John H., cabinetmkr, r 105 Whitehall 

Webb Laura A., wid Claiborne, r 131 Jones av 

Webb Louise M., wid A B., r 16 E. Peters 

Webb Margaret Mrs., boarding, 105 Whitehall 

Webb Milberry Mrs, r 64 Thurmond 

Webb Nelson (c), lab, r ns Greens Ferry av, w of limits, W. E. 

Webb Oscar, trav agt, r 24 Cedar 

Webb Owen, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Webb Rebecca L. Mrs., seamstress, bds 154 Decatur 

Webb Stephen L., lab, r rear 611 Decatur 

Webster Andrew (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 47 Victoria 

Webster Columbus (c), lab, r 55 Richmond 

Webster Francis (c), waiter Kimball House 

Webster J. M., gardener, r West End 

Webster S. T., conductor Pullman Car Co 

Webster Robert (c), lab, r 97 Houston 

Webster William (c), barber Bentley & Minor, r 28 E. Cain 

Webster W. R., storekpr W. & A. R. R 

Weeks Peter, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Weems Walter H., planter, r 141 McDonough 

WEIL SAMUEL, lawyer, 6 Whitehall, r 26 Merritts av 

Weilman Louis (L. Cohen & Co.), r 48 Thompson 

Weimer Conrad, carpenter W. & A. R. R., r 1 Chapel 

Weimer Conrad, Jr., carpenter W. & A. R. R., bds 1 Chapel 

WEINMEISTER CARL J., saloon and restaurant, 22 
Marietta, r 124 Luckie 

Weinmeister Henry, cabinetmkr L. H. Hall & Co., r 176 
Davis 

Weistcheim Christopher, baker, r 54 W. Foundry 

Welborne Henry (c), lab, r 152 Ga. R. R 

Welborne Osborne R. (c) (Welborne & Felton), r 68 Mari- 
etta 

Welborne & Felton (c) (O. S. Welborne and W. R. Felton), 
lunch room, 4 Loyd 

Welch Daniel AV., miller H. Lewis, r 35 Thompson 

Welch George, blacksmith W. & A. R. R., r 93 W. Cain 

Welch George G., engineer, r Elliott, nr W. Foundry 

Welch Joseph, elk J. Ryan, bds 39| Whitehall 

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Welch J. H., fireman W. & A. R. R 

Welch Mary J. Miss, teacher Summer Hill School, r Grant, cor 

Glenn 
Wellborn Curtis R., carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 105 

E. Hunter 
Wellborn Jefferson B., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 105 

E. Hunter 
Wellborn Julia Mrs., bds 41 E. Cain 
Wellborn William L., elk M. P. Kiser, r 77 Whitehall 
Wellhouse Alfred H., elk Wellhouse & Son, bds 277 Whitehall 
Wellhouse Henry (Wellhouse & Son), bds 277 Whitehall 
Wellhouse Louis", with Wellhouse & Son, bds 277 Whitehall 
Wellhouse Meyer (Wellhouse & Son), r 277 Whitehall 
WELLHOUSE & SON (M. and H. Wellhouse), paper deal- 
ers, 87 S. Broad 
Wellmaker Thomas (c), lab, r 49 Gate City 
Wells Agmon P., grocer, r 291 Jones 
Wells Angelino P. Mrs , dressmkr, r Lowe, secor Magazine 
Wells Charles W., dep sheriff Fulton Co., r 90 Nelson 
Wells James M., elk, bds Lowe, se cor Magazine 
Wells John D., printer Constitution, r 65 W. Mitchell 
Wells Julia Mrs., bds 82 Davis 
Wells Levi C, gardener, r 390 Whitehall 
Wells Lonnie, porter J. M. Friend, r 291 Jones 
Wells Mary E., wid J. D., bds 46 Tatnall 
Welsh Henry, fireman, bds es W. & A. R. R., nr Spring 
Weren wag Sail ie, wid Joseph, rl21 Houston 
WERNER ED. A., agt Ga. R. R. & Banking Co., 32 Loyd, 

r 37 Washington 
Werner Herman, saloon, 359 W. Peters, r 136 S. Forsyth 
Werner J. Ferdinand, cabinetmkr J. L. Watkius, r 70 Pulliam 
Werner S., baker, bds Fulton House 

Wesley Charles (c), hostler O. H. Jones, r Gullatt, sw cor Fair 
Wesley Harrison (c), wks Alexander & Green, r 112 Fraser 
Wesley John (c), shoemkr, 227 W. Peters, r 34 Terrell 
Wesley Lewis (c), lab, r 112 Fraser 
Wesley L. F. (c), lab, r 112 Fraser 
Wesley Oscar (c), lab, r 34 Terry 

West Andrew J., engineer W. & A. R. R., r 24 W. Foundry 
West Andrew J., with J. Stephens, r 104 \V. Harris 
West Catherine E., wid E. G., r 360 Marietta 
West Daniel (c), lab, r 5 Hayden 

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West George, wks Atlanta City Brewery, r 284 N. Calhoun 

West Henry (c), porter Garrett & Bro., r 33 Bradbury 

West Henry T., bricklayer, r 111 E. Simpson 

West James N., heater, r Maysons Ferry rcl, Bellwood 

West John D., yard conductor Ga. R. R 

West Nathaniel, policeman, r 104 Jones 

West Samuel (c), lab, r rear ss Foster, bet Fort and Bell 

West Washington (c), lab, r ws State, n of Wallace 

West William, fireman, bds 19 Magazine 

West William H., brakeman, r 48 Elliott 

Westbrooks John W., elk J. A. DeFoor, r 139 W. Peters 

WESTERN UNION TEL. CO., J. Herrick, manager; 6 

E. Wall 
WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD, Hon. Joseph E. 

Brown, pres ; William MacRae, supt; B. W. Wrenn, G. 

P. agt; offices and depot, railroad junction, opp. Forsyth. 

(See top lines.) 
Westmoreland Edward (c), porter R. W. Tidwell, r rear 150 

S. Forsyth 
Westmoreland Green (c), r 30 James 
Westmoreland H., physician, r 102 Whitehall 
Westmoreland Isaac (c), shoemkr, ws Whitehall, 2d s of Gar- 

nett, r 130 Crumley 
Westmoreland John (c), chairmkr, r 23 Biggers 
Westmoreland John G., editor Atlanta Med. & Surg. Journal, 

and physician, 14 Loyd, bds Markham House 
Westmoreland Thomas P., lawyer, 29 Whitehall, bds 201 S. 

Pryor 
Westmoreland Willis F. (Westmoreland & Howell), r 57 Ma- 
rietta 
WESTMORELAND & HOWELL (W. F. Westmoreland 

and D. H. Howell), physicians, 57 Marietta 
Weymouth L. Eugene, law student, r 72 Alexander 
Whaley John, brakeman, r 66 Ga. R. R 
Whaley John L., brakeman, r 28 Mechanic 
Whaley John R., bricklayer, r es Randolph, 3d n of Houston 
Whaling William J., genl agt Hartford Ins Co., of Hartford, 

Conn, 3 S. Pryor, bds Kimball House 
Whatley William E., heater, r ss Dairy, 1st w of Venable 
Wheeler Hillyer (c), shoemkr H. Sutton 
Wheeler Lemuel (c), lab, r rear 16 Randolph 
Wheeler Phoenix (c), lab, r 54 Walker 

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Wheeler William B., lieut. U. 8. A., aide-de-camp Dept of 

South, bds Kimball House 
Wheeler Willis, cooper, r as Golden, w of McDaniel 
WHEELER & WILSON MNFG CO , 58 Whitehall 
Whitaker Ben(c), wks J. F. Edwards, r 152 S. Pryor 
Whitaker Henry (c), pressman Y. P. Sisson & Co., r 142 

Markham 
"Whitaker Jared I., lawyer, r 111 Crew 

Whitaker John H., pressman Constitution, bds 41 Stonewall 
Whitaker Joseph L., elk, bds 41 Stonewall 
Whitaker Josie B., wid William, r 41 Stonewall 
Whitaker Lee (c), porter Sou. Ex. Co 
Whitaker Marion (e). lab, r 29 Pettis 
Whitcomb Harland P., elk, bds 61 W. Mitchell 
White Aaron (e), waiter Kimbill House 
White Abraham (c), driver, r ns Gordon, w of Lee, W. E 
White Alexander (c), lab, r al bet Hunter and Rhodes, w of 

W. & A. R. R 
White Alice Miss, r ns Humphries, w of Chipel 
White Augustus, shoemkr W. J. Malone, r 222 Mangum 
White Boyle (c), lab, r 85 Elliott 
White Calvin, helper A-L. Ry 
White Charles (c), dravman, r 21 Merritts av 
White Charles H., elk National Hotel 
White Daniel (c), waiter Markham House, r 80 Gilmer 
White David (c), dravman, r bet Factory and Savannah, nr 

Ga. R. R 
White Edward, agt, r 51 E Mitchell 

White Edward Jr., mail elk Constitution, bds 51 E. Mitchell 
White Emanuel (c), shoemkr, 45i S. Pryor, r 21 Richmond 
Whit" Emma Miss, printer Sunny South, r 272 Mangum 
Whit" Eugenia, wid James, r 15 Markham 
WHITE i£. T., propr National Hotel, (j, <S and 10 Peachtree. 

i See page 95) 
White E. T. Jr., elk National Hotel 
White George (c), helper A-L. Ry 
White George, shoemkr, 193 Marietta, r 244 Mangum 
White George, stonecutter, bds 138 N. Collins 
White George E., physician, r 153 W. Peters 
White George E. Jr., printer, bds 153 W. Peters 
White Henry (q), barber W. Overbr, r Decatur, cor Ivy 
White Henry (c), driver W. F. Stokes & Co., r 33 Smith 

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White Isaac (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 154 Gray 

White James B., r 59 N'. Collins 

White James J., carpenter, r 87 S. Broad 

White James L., messenger, r 272 Mangum 

White Jasper (c), wks Wm. Brenner 

White John, butcher H. C. Sawtell, r ws Cooper, s of Glenn 

AVhite John (c), drayman, r 42 Humphries 

White John J. (White & Gordon), r 59 N. Collins 

White John T., gardener, bds 259 Marietta 

White John W., elk M. Morris, r Edgewood 

White J. M. S., elk Pinson & Peacock, r 335 Decatur 

White Laura E., wid J. C, r 176 Ivy 

AVhite Lester, pedler, r 45 Bradbury 

White Lester (c), lab, r 80 W. Foundry 

White Mattie, wid John, r 86 S. Broad 

White Milus M., captain police, r 168 Jones 

W T hite Moses (c), lab, r 71 Fort 

White Simon (c), blacksmith Sou. Agrl Wks 

AVhite Walter J., bailiff, bds 82 S. Pryor 

White Wesley (c), lab} r es Factory, nr Ga. R. R 

AVhite William (c), packer, r ws Randolph,, nr Irwin 

AVhite William, pedler, r 45 Bradbury 

AVhite William H. (H. AV. Wooding & Co.), bds National 

Hotel 
AVhite William H., state agt Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. 

Co. of Milwaukee, 24 Peachtree 
White York (c), lab, r rear 28 Hayden 
AVhite Zilphy C. Airs., dressmkr, r 37 E. Alabama 
WHITE & GORDON (J. J. White and F. Gordon), editors 

and props Sou. Planter & Grange, 27 and 29 S. Broad 
Whitehead Humphries (c), lab, r 27 Ella 
Whitehead O. AV., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds 99 

Washington 
Whitehead S., conductor AV. & A. R. R., r Marietta, Ga 
Whitehead T. Y., train hand AV. & A. R. R., r Marietta, Ga 
Whitesides Adaline Mrs., r 77 W. Foundry 
Whitfield Charles (c), blacksmith, ws Howell, nr Decatur, r 

140 Irwin 
AVhitfield James (c), blacksmith, r 140 Irwin 
Whitfield John (c), student, r 140 Irwin 
AVhitfield T. P., train hand W. &. A. R. R., r Smyrna, Ga 
AVhitlock E. (c), porter Pullman Car Co 

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Whitlock Isaac W., bds 4G Powers 

Whitlock Milledge G., sec Kennesaw Mills Co., r Marietta, Ga 

Whitmire William C, pressman, r 26 Castleberry 

Whitner John A. (J. C. Whitner & Son), r Edgewood 

WHITNER JOHN C (J.C. Whitner & Son), and genl ins 
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WHITNER J. C. & SON (J. C. & J. A. Whitner), genl 
managers for Ga. NATIONAL LIFE INS CO, of U. S. 
A., Centennial Bldg, 8 Wall 

Whitney Joel E., gardener, r 55 Jackson 

Whitney Joshua, r 10 Foster 

Whittle Allison H., junk dealer, r 58 Plum 

Wiard William L. P., manager B. F. Avery & Sons, bds Kim- 
ball House 

Widdershinn Crisp, cook Kimball House 

Widener Miles, lab, r ns McDonald rd, Edgewood 

Wier Addison M., printer Constitution, r 58 Havden 

Wiggins Amos P., elk U. S. Ry., M. S 

Wiggins Jesse, cabinetmkr, 33 Marietta, r 59 Stonewall 

Wiggins Jesse Jr., elk T. C. May son, bds 59 Stonewall 

Wight Samuel B., cotton mer, r Gordon, ne cor Peeples, W. E 

Wight Stella Miss, teacher Marietta St. School, bds Gordon, 
ne cor Peeples, W. E 

Wilbur Willis, (c), lab, r 57 Cone 

Wilburn Henry (c), bds 18 Cedar 

Wilburn Jacob (c), gardener, r 18 Cedar 

Wilby John A. machinist W. Sz A. R. R., r 66 W. Foundry 

Wilcox George (e), lab, r 32 Solomon 

Wilda R. W. A., elk, genl manager A. & C. A-L. Ry., r 323 
Rawson 

Wilder Clinton (c), hostler, r 20 Fraser 

Wiles Robert J., agt, r 62 Peachtree 

Wiley Andrew J., watchman, r 301 E. Hunter 

Wiley George, elk, bds 87 Ivy 

Wiley Henry T., machinist Longlev & Robinson, bds 87 Ivy 

Wile> John H., elk C. W. Br.inner & Son, bds 67 X. Pry or 

Wiley Jones (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

■^ <> T% /r-i 1 £^o Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. than by 
M <— J> XvJ>XJLw9 any other route to ail points West. 



'OR INFORMATION as to Passage, Bates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. 

WIL 380 WIL 



Wilev Joseph, elk, bds 87 Ivy 

Wiley Ralph, elk J. R. Wylie, bds 190 Peachtree 

Wilev Stewart (c), carpenter, r 66 Howell 

Wiley Susan P., wid J. M., r 87 Ivy 

Wiley Woodruff D., bkkpr Markham House 

WILEY, see also WYLY 

Wilkins Emanuel, painter, r rear 20 Spring 

Wilkins Grant (Wilkins, Post & Co.), r 32 Merritts uv 

WILKINS, POST & CO. (Grant Wilkins and A. J. Post), 

engineers, bridge builders, and builders of Cushings Pat. 

Piers, 44 Marietta 
Wilkins Samuel (Franklin & Wilkins), r 38 Windsor 
Wilkinson Caroline E. Miss, r 62 Tatnall 
Wilkinson John E., with Crane, Boylston & Co., bds Kimball 

House 
Wilkinson Medford W., elk J. Keely, bds Ballard's Restaurant 
Wilkinson Tandy, printer Constitution, r 29 Orme 
Wilkinson Tobias (c), porter Davis & Cherry, r Harris, bey 

limits 
Williams Ab (c), driver A. C. & B. F. Wyly, r rear 51 Pul- 

liam 
Williams Alfred (c), drayman, r ss E. Baker, 1st w of Fort 
Williams Alfred, Jr. (e), broom mkr, r ss E. Baker, 1st w of 

Fort 
Williams Allen (c), lab, r rear 176 Ivy 
Williams Amy Miss, prin Storrs School, bds 104 Houston 
Williams Anderson (e), lab, r ss W. Fair, e of limits 
Williams Andrew (c). lab, r 202 Eraser 
Williams Anthony (c), lab, r 82 Hoge 

AVilliam Benjamin (c), farmer, r ws Lee, s of Gordon, W. E 
Williams Carrie C. Mrs., dressmkr, r 8 W. Hunter 
Williams Caroline, wid J. S., bds 78 Washington 
WILLIAMS CHARLES H., lawyer 2 J Marietta, r 227 S. 

Pry or 
Williams Clark (c), plasterer, r 59 Horton 
Williams C. W., 2d lieut Co. E., 18th Inf., r 26 McPherson 

Barracks 
Williams Dennis (c), lab, r 97 Spring 
Williams Dock (c), wks Kimball House 
Williams Eben (c), porter Air-Line House 
Williams Fletcher (c), porter, r 10 Valentine 
Williams Floyd S., elk Matt Ryan, r 97 Thompson. Infor- 
mation REFUSED. 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS %^S ehest 



TQT A "RT TQTTPH lJ * 1W <M Rr Lnwstie's Jewelry, Watch. Clock and 
JJO J- I\D JjlOUD Lf Silverware Establishment. Repairing a Specialty. 

WIL 381 WIL 

Williams Frances M., wrd W. R., r 40 Lambert 

Williams Frank (c), lab, r 91 W. Foundry 

Williams Frederick A., bds 57 Houston 

Williams Garrett (c), drayman, r 11 Holland 

Williams George (<•), driver, r62 Rawson 

Williams George W. (Langston & Crane, special), r Charles- 
ton, S. C 

Williams Grady, shoemkr Eddleman & Brown, bds 38 Powell 

Williams Gustavus (c), porter Mrs. E. C. Purtell 

Williams Hattie E., wid Bryant, bds 59 E. Harris 

Williams Henry (c), farmer, r 44 Richmond 

Williams Henrv (c), waiter H. L. Wilson 

Williams Henry J. G., bds 315 W. Peachtree 

Williams Henry W r .. (c), saloon, 16 W. Alabama, r 68 X. Butler 

Williams Isaac (c), blacksmith, ns Mitchell, 1st e of Pryor, r 
214 Richardson 

Williams Isaac I)., carpenter Longley & Robinson, r 46 Mills 

Williams James (c), barber R. J. Morgan, r 20 McDonough 

Williams James (c), lab, r rear 122 Houston 

Williams James (c), porter, r 137 Houston 

Williams James E. r 333 X. Fort 

Williams James E. Jr., elk, bds 33 X. Fort 

Williams John (c), hostler St. R. R. Co., r Line, nr Ivy 

Williams John (c), lab, r E. Hunter, sw cor Terry 

Williams John (c), lab, r 34 Parsons 

Williams John (c), shoemkr A. Klasset, r Ivy, ne cor Decatnr 

Williams John A., printer, r 13 W. Mitchell 

Williams John J. (J. J. Williams & Co.), bds 124 Peachtree 

Williams Jordan (c), dravmui, r 44 W. Fair 

WILLIAMS J. J. & CO. (J. J- Williams and F. Taylor), 
pork packers, grain and com mers, 17 and 19 S. Porsyth 

Williams J. X. (Brown & Williams), r country 

Williams Lizzie, wid John, r 317 E. Fair 

Williams Madison (c), lab, r 156 Fillmore 

Williams Major (c), bellman Kimball House 

Williams Mary A., wid Elijah, r 184 Elliott 

Williams Mattie Miss, r 13 W. Mitchell 

William- Mitchell (c), lab, r 54 Walker 

Williams Nathan (c), lab, r 230 W. Hunter 

Williams Noble C. (McKoy & Williams), r 78 Washington 

Williams Oscar (c), lab, r ss E. Harris 2d, e of Randolph 
\\ illiams Peyton (c), lab, r 141 Chapel 

HATC A ]Lir> /^AQOat bottom prices at COHEN & 
M I O HNL/ wMf^o selig's, 23 Whitehall. 



TtA"n "DTD TTP TTHn Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R, A. 
iUil X HD-LuTl-L Anderson, General Freight Agent. 

WIL 382 AYIL 

lliams Peter (c), drayman, r 288 \\ . Mitchell 
lliams Pleasant (c), dravman, r ws Humphries, s of White- 
hall 
lliams Prince (c), cook Kimball House 
lliams P. Journey, blacksmith Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 463 

Marietta 
lliams Richard (c), lab, r 13 Biirgers 
lliams Ruffian (c), driver Garrett & Bro 
lliams Rufus (c), waiter J. Dorsett, r 294 W. Mitchell 
lliams Samuel (c), shoemkr, r ss E. Harris, 2d e of Ran- 
dolph 
lliams Samuel (c), stonemason, r Harris, nr limits 
lliams Sarah, wid John, r es Edward, nr Victoria 
lliams Shepherd (c), lab, r rear 42 W. Alabama 
lliams Stephen (c), barber, 10 E. Wall 
lliams Susan, wid W. B., bds 195 Whitehall 



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iams Thomas (c), lab, r 303 X. Fort 
lliams Thomas, painter, r 218 AY. Peters 
lliams Thomas (c), porter A-L. Ry., r 290 Jones 
lliams Thomas H., trader, 21 Marietta, r 234 Ivy 
lliams Thomas H. Jr., bkkpr H. Lewis, bds 333 N. Fort 
lliams Tobias (c), barber C. \Y. Mitchell 
lliams T. M., tax collector, r Marietta, cor Forsyth 
lliams Virginia C, wid Jeremiah, r 30 Jones av 
lliams Warren (c), driver, r 132 E. Ellis 
lliams Washington (e), dravman, r rear 38 E. Ellis 
lliams William, elk R. J. Griffin 
lliams William J., butcher, r 30 Jones av 
lliams William M., mdse broker, 21 Marietta, r 234 Ivy 
lliams William S., elk Banks & Cox, bds Gannon House 
lliams William S. S., bds 46 Mills 

lliams Willoughby, mer, bds es Peachtree, 5th n of E. Baker 
lliams Wimberly (c), hostler dint Taylor, r 60S. Pryor 
lliams Henry (c), lab, r es Bed, nr Foster 
lliams Henry E., mess Sou. Ex. Co., r 56 X. Calhoun 
lliams James A., wks Central Stock yard, bds 46 Thomp- 
son 
Uingham Richard (c), lab, r ws Holland, s of Hightower 
llingham Riley M., carpenter, r 39 Peachtree 
His Charles (c), lab, r 51 Hilliard 
His C. S. agt, r 13 W. Mitchell 



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TUT DCPT PflM at lowest priors, at J. I 
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C KIMBALL'S, 
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WIL 383 WIL 



Willis Gus (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Willis Joshua W., r 15 Collins 

Willoughby Alfred (c), wks St. Et. R. Co., r 57 Rawson 
Willoughby John (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 26 Corput 
Wills Henry R., with Am. Lub. Oil Co., bds 29 Houston 
Wilson Alexander, fireman, bds 66 Ga. R. R 
Wilson Arthur McD. (\V, F. Stokes & Co.), bds 61 Mari- 
etta 
"Wilson Ben. J. (J. Ben. Wilson & Co.), r ss Gordon, w of 

Lee, W. E 
Wilson Benjamin (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 37 Chatta- 
hoochee 
Wilson Charles cabinetmkr L. H. Hall & Co., bds 119 W. 

Hunter 
Wilson Charles A., asst surgeon Nat. Surg. Inst 
Wilson Charles L., M. D., and surgeon in charge Xat. Surg. 

Inst., Alabama, nw cor Prvor, bds Markham House 
Wilson Edward, tinner W. & A. R. R., r 137 Elliott 
Wilson Ella Mrs., with E. F. Shropshire, r 142 X. Calhoun 
Wilson Henry (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Wilson Henrv L., physician, 6 Fairlie, r 204 W. Peachtree 
WILSON HOUSE,' J. L. Keith, propr; 29 and 31 E. Ala- 
bama. (See page SS.) 
Wilson James, engineer A-L. Ry 

Wilson James B., time kpr W. & A. R. R., r 191 W. Mitchell 
Wilson Jeremiah (c), lab, r 9 Robbins 
Wilson John (c), lab, r 81 E. Garnett 
Wii<on John A., upholsterer J. H. Gavan 
Wilson John C. (W. S. Wilson & Bro.), bds 64 E. Mitchell. 
WILSON JOHN STAINBACK, M. D., Hygienic Institute 
and turkish baths, 13 E. Lovd, opp Markham House, r 
AVest End 
Wilson John W., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., r 50 S. For- 
syth 
Wilson Joseph (c), lab, r rear ss Foster, bet Fort and Bell 
Wilson J. Ben. (J. Ben. Wilson & Co.), r ss Gordon, w of 

Peeples, W. E 
Wilson J. Ben. & Co. (J. Ben. Wilson, W. A. Bedell and B. 

J. Wilson), cotton niers, 61 S. Broad 
Wilson J. J. \\\, painter, r 25 W. Simpson 
Wilson Lena Mad., r 62 S. Prvor 
Wilson Mary E., wid 1. C. H.', r 41 E. Cain 

T^Wf* \T Xr f^- T? I2t is thoroughly equipped, and FIRST" 
-LUG- ij±g> QL\^% mk% fV» CLASS iu every reepea. 



THE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
to Washington WFTHOUT CHANGE, via Atlanta. 

WIL 384 WIN 

Wilson Monroe, wks H. Crankshaw & Co 

Wilson Moses M., carpenter, r 40 Jenkins 

Wilson Peter (c), shoerakr, 82 N. Forsyth, r 48 N. Broad 

Wilson Richard (c), lab, r 104 S. Pryor 

Wilson Richard (c), lab, r 114 Walker i 

Wilson Robert H., (c), lab, r ss E. Harris, 2d e of Randolph 

Wilson Robert K., grocer and tinner, 248 Decatur 

Wilson R. Wayne, cotton broker, Alabama, nw cor Forsyth, 

r 132 S. Forsyth 
Wilson Sallie Mad*., r 62 S. Pryor 
Wilson Samuel, elk, r 79 Walton 
W T ilson Solomon (c), lab, r es Elm, s of Parsons 
Wilson Sullivan (<•), wks P. Lynch, r 85 Larkin 
Wilson Taylor T., agt Catoosa Lime Wks, 54 E. Alabama, bds 

National Hotel 
Wilson Thomas, bds 207 Marietta 
Wilson Thomas B., carpenter, r 351 Mangum 
Wilson Victoria Miss, bds 79 Walton 
Wilson William A., elk Xat. Surg. Inst 

Wilson William S. (W. S. Wilson & Bro.), r Little Rock, Ark 
Wilson William T., S. M. agt, r 173 Crew 
Wilson William M. T., U. S. gauger and storekeeper, r 207 

Marietta 
Wilson Wylie (c), drayman, r 26 W. Simpson 
WILSON W. S. & BRO- (W*. S. and J. C. Wilson), coal and 

lumber yard, 25 X. Broad 
Wimberlv Henry (c), driver Traynham & Lewin, r 177 E. 

Cain 
WIMBERLY WILLIAM H., druggist, 30 Marietta 
Wimbish Columbus C. (c), carrier P. O., r 243 E. Cain 
Wimbish Lavinia (c), prin Parish school, r 243 E. Cain 
Wimbush Isaac, (c), waiter, r rear 132 S. Forsyth 
Wimpy John A., lawyer, 2J Marietta, r 236 Houston 
Winant Julia Mrs., lunch room, 13 W. Mitchell 
Winant William, elk, r 13 W. Mitche 1 
Winburn Georgv \V\, foreman Longley & Robinson, r 159 

Decatur 
Winburn William, carpenter Longley & Robinson, bds 159 

Decatur 
Wind George W. <<•), lab, r ns E. Harris, e of Randolph 
Wind John (c), lal>, r 97 Mark ham 
Winfield James W. (J. E. Armor tfe Co.), bds Air Line House 

SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS Are made to ° rder VstRE. 



C1j<*s and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
I J) supply you through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 

WIN 385 WIT 

Winfield John (c), hostler, r 18 W. & A. R. R 

Wing Andrew J., coupler \V. & A. R. R., r 262 E. Fair 

Wing Hiram L., conductor, r 99 Terry 

Wing James M., turnkey County Jail, r Cravens al, bet Fraser 
and Butler 

Wing John D. (Wing & Young), bds 11 E. Cain 

WING & YOUNG (J- D. Wing an.l F. H. Young), proprs 
Virginia Tobacco and Cigar Depot, 8 and 10 Peacbtree 

Wingate John H., plumber J. Warlick & Sons, r 248 W. 
Peaehtree 

WINHAM EDWARD L., printer 8i Marietta, r 115 W. 
Simpson. (See opp page 260.) 

"Winn Byron M., with J. L. Winter <fe Co., r 280 Peaehtree 

Winn John (c), gardener, r 95 Markham 

Winn J. T., train hand W. & A. R. R., r Acworth, Ga 

Winn Loch J., lawyer, 6 Whitehall, r Decatur, Ga 

Winn Thomas J., carpenter, r 156 Xelson 

WINN, see also WYXXE 

Wiriship George (Winship & Bro.), bds 481 Peaehtree 

Winship Isaac (c), lab, r rear 210 E. Cain 

Winship Joseph, bds 481 Peaehtree 

Winship Robert (Winship & Bro.), r 161 Ivy 

Winship William (c), carpenter, r Magazine, nw cor Walnut 

Winship & Bro. (R. and G. Winship), foundry, Foundry, w of 
W. & A. R, R. 

Winston William (c), wks J. Dabbs, r 250 W. Hunter 

Winter Charles W., mer, r 55 Hayden 

Winter George A., elk J. T. Adair 

Winter James L. (J. L. Winter & Co.), r 280 Peaehtree 

Winter James L. Jr., elk J. L. Winter & Co., bds 280 Peach- 
tree 

Winter J. L. & Co., (J. L. Winter), whol tobacco, 59 E. Ala- 
bama 

Winters David (c), driver Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Winters William A., lab, r 371 N. Collins 

Wise John, turnkey County Jail, r 36 Fraser 

Wiseberg Morris, mnfr sun bonnets, 31 Peaehtree, r 80 Ivy 

Witcher Ephraim, farmer, r 95 W. Simpson 

Witcher Y. A. Mrs., teacher Walker St. School, r 51 Walker 

Witcher Warren A., elk Morris & Bro., bds 51 Walker 

Withers Edward B., molder Porter & Meakin, r 28 W. Foun- 
dry 

Cents' Furnishing Goods ^^ e nVu V hVi i ,: tyatcOHEN4tSB:i ' IG ' s ' 



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THROUGH CARS leave Atlanta daily for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

WIT 386 WOO 

Withers John, lab, bds 28 W. Foundry 

Withers Walter S., iron foundry, 24 S. Calhoun, r 56 N. But- 
ler 
Withers William, molder Winship & Bro., bds 28 W. Foundry 
Witherspoon William L., trader, r 71 W. Cain 
Witkowsky Thomas, elk W. R. Phillips Jr. & Co., bds 46 X. 

Broad 
Witmark David, dry goods, 50 Decatur, r 85 Lord 
Witt Charles C, elk W. U. Tel. Co., r ws Haynes, 2d n of 

W. Hunter 
Witt Horace D., train hand W. & A. R. R., bds ws Haynes, 

2d n of W. Hunter 
Witt Horace H., miller, 47 S. Forsyth, r 259 X. Collins 
Witter Henry, car inspector W. & A. R. R., r 63 Luckie 
Wofford Joseph (c), lab, r 16p^aJentine 
Wolf Julius, tailor J. G. Jones 

Wolie Henry, spices, 84 Whitehall, r 146 E. Forsyth 
Wood Abram B., machinist Ga. R. R., r 55 X. Calhoun 
Wood Albert A., machinist Porter & Meakin, r 50 Bell 
Wood Alhana P. (A. P. & T. W. Wood), r 44 Powers 
Wood Amanda, wid John, bds 61 Marietta 
"W 00D A. P. & T. W. (A. P. and T. W. Wood), stoves 

and tinware, 81 Whitehall 
Wood Candace, wid Ximrod, r 266 E. Fair 
Wood Chance (c), farmer, r 57 Richmond 
Wood David (c), gardener, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Wood Edward X., elk Bowie & Gholstin, bds 44 Powers 
Wood Frank E., elk, bds 31 E. Alabama 
Wood Elbert Rev. (c), pastor Loyd St. M. E. Ch., r 17 Reed 
Wood James, engineer Ga. R. R., bds 167 Decatur 
Wood James R., binder Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds 54 S. 

Forsyth 
Wood John (c), lab, r 117 X. Bntler 
Wood John H., elk Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., bds 42 W. 

Peters 
Wood Jose (Walker & Wood), r 255 Fraser 
Wood Joseph (c), porter Sheek & Co., r 81 Hoge 
Wood Julius B. (c), wks Win. Brenner 
Wood Maria L. Miss, teacher Crew St. School, r 80 Crew- 
Wood Mary, wid Coleman, r 80 Crew- 
Wood Mary A., wid John, r 127 Decatur 
Wood Xelson (c), wks M. Calhoun, r rear County Jail 

Cheapest Undertaking ™.hh^¥,26^^Lb[^Ase 9 p.96.) 



STI-rE ROCK r oAT. ^reitk. antf Anthracite Coals, at J. 
«* * **•« ««>*>*e*p C. Kimball's, oi Alabama. 

WOO 387 WOO 

Wood Thomas, elk J. T. Adair, r 48 Decatur 

Wood Thomas M. (Howard, Wood & Co.), bds 31 E. Ala- 
bama 

Wood Thoma< W. (A. P. and T. W. Wood), r 45 Parker 

Wood Walter J., elk A. P. & T. W. Wood, bds 44 Powers 

Wood William H., carpenter, r 43 Jones av 

Wood Winston, carpenter, r 153 Jones av 

Wood W. T., 2d lieut Co. F., 18th Inf., r 16 McPherson 
Barracks 

Woodall Alexander (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Woodbury R. Emma, wid J. F., r 193 Ivy 

Woodbury John F., carpenter, bds 193 Ivy 

Woodbury William H., molder E. VanWinkle, r 61 W. Foun- 
dry 

Wooden Israel, wks H. Crankshaw & Co 

Wooden James (c), lad, r 45 Gate City 

Wooding Alexander (c), blacksmith, r 377 W. Peters 

Wooding Henry W., (H. W. Wooding & Co.), and meat 
market, 3 Decatur, r 23 Williams 

Wooding H. W. & Co. (H. W. Wooding and W. H. White) 
saloon, 10 Peachtree 

Wooding Samuel F. (Waters & Wooding), r 124 Marietta 

Woodley George M. (Velvin & Woodley), r 121 W. Peters 

Woodruff Harrison, lab, r 310 Mangum 

Woodruff James P., fireman, r 25 Bell 

Woodruff John, elk, bo's 28 Rhodes 

Woodruff John W., route agt U. S. Ry. M. S., bds 147 Mari- 
etta 

Woodruff Joseph P., conductor, r 28 Rhodes 

Wood ruff Nancy, wid R., r 25 Bell 

W T oodruff Richard G., wks C. R. R., r ss Newton, w of Elliott 

Woodruff William T., lab, r 59 Jones av 

Woods Alexander (c), lab, r 29 Ezzard 

Woods Charles E., bds 227 Rawson 

Woods John, r 300 Foster 

Woods Jordan (c), lab, r 29 Ezzard 

Wood< Joseph Rev. (c), presiding elder A. . E. Church, r 
206 E. Baker 

Woods M. E. Chapel (c.i, Rev. Elder Low, pastor; ws Martin, 
bet Richardson and Fulton 

Woods Newton H., engineer, r 215 E. Hunter 

Woods William B. Hon., judge U. S. Cir. Court, r 227 Raw- 
son 

"D A C!CT7'TVTT'T7 ,, DG <^0 WF-ST with fewer changes via 3\£E. cfc 
r XiOlOJulM Ur£jIVO C. H.. ft., than by any other route. 



FOR INFORMATION as to Passage, Bates, Time Cards, etc., to North, 
East and West, apply to B. W. WRENN, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Atlanta, G». 

WOO 388 WRI 

Woods William F., engineer A-L. Ry., r 215 E. Hunter 
Woodson Charles D., collector Merchants Bank, bds 183 Wash- 
ington 
Woodson Martha, wid William, r 183 Washington 
Woodson Stewart F., bkkpr Langston & Crane, bds 183 

Washington 
Woodson William D., asst bkkpr Langston & Crane, bds 183 

Washington 
Woodward A. Park, elk U. S. Marshal, bds 30 Lnckie 
Woodward Butler (B. Woodward & Co.), r 104 Windsor 
Woodward B. & Co. (B. Woodward and G. A. Nicholson), cot- 
ton brokers, 29 VV. Alabama 
Woodward Elsop P., bkkpr, r 30 Luckie 
Woodward James F., elk Sou. Ex. Co., r 31 Form wait 
Woodward James G., printer Constitution, bds Callaway House 
Woodward Smith (c), engineer Markham House, r 257 Foster 
Wooldridge Maria W., wid I. W., bds 35 Tatnall 
Woolfork Isaac (c), blacksmith, r 333 E. Hunter 
Woolley Basil M., opium cure, 34 Whitehall, (upstairs), r 177 

Whitehall 
Wooten Anna, wid Joseph, bds 9 Mangum 
Wooten George F., lawyer, Wall, ne cor Peachtree 
AVooten Israel (c), lab, r 54 Johnson 
Wooten M. E. Mrs, r ss Maysons Ferry rd, Bellwood 
Wootten Adam, lab, r 278 Decatur 

Wootten Eugene J., gasfitter F. E. Henson, r6 | Broad 
Wootten Joseph (c), porter Beermann & Kuhrt 
Wootten Martha, wid Henry, r 348 Decatur 
Word John P., salesman, bds 10 Bartow 
Word Robert C, physician and editor Sou. Med. Record, 77 

S. Pryor, r Decatur, Ga 
Worley J. A., mail guard W. & A. R. R 
Worley W. Taylor, baggagemaster W. & A. R. R., bds 78 

Tatnall 
WRENN ALBERT B , trav agt N. C. & St. L. Ry., Union 

Depot, r 1 Markham 
WRENN BEVERLY W., genl pass agt "Kennesaw Route." 

(W. & A. R. R.), rill Marietta. See top lines. 
AVright Allen R., bds 55 Walton 
Wright Augustus (c), teacher, r 25 Parsons 
Wright Austin (c), tinner, r 14 N. Collins 
Wright Benjamin (c), lab, r ns Blackmon, e of Fort 

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WRI 389 WYL 

Wright Burrell (c), lab, res Werner av, s of Jones 

Wright Catherine A. Mrs., millinery, 61 Whitehall 

Wright Cato(c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Wright Herman (c), lab, r 18 W. & A. R. R 

Wright Henry, wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Wright Henry C. (c), wks Ga. R. R 

Wright Hinton P. (Manning & Wright), r 260 E. Hunter 

Wright Jasper (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Wright John J. (c), shoemkr P. Wilson 

Wright John T., grocer, 128 Houston 

Wright Joseph (c), driver Atlanta Rolling Mill, r ws Walnut, 

3d n of Foundry 
Wright Joseph (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 57 Cone 
Wright Lemuel (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill, r 11 Wallace 
Wright Major, (c), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 
Wright Martha E., wid G. M., bds 95 X. Calhoun 
Wright Mary B., wid A. G., r rear 137 W. Baker 
Wright Milton, wks Greeson & Stevens 
Wright Rebecca M., wid J. W., r 11 W. Mitchell 
Wright Stephen (c), lab, r rear 102 N. Collins 
Wright Thomas A., elk Hitchins & Bro., r 11 W. Mitchell 
Wright Thomas R., carpenter, r 65 Rock 
Wright William (c), lab, r 92 Eraser 
Wright William (c), lab, r 400 Mangum 
Wright William (c), porter J. Domini, r 248 Richmond 
Wright William A., elk wild land office, r 121 Ivy 
Wright William E. (Gartrell ct Wright), r 229 E. Hunter 
Wurm Adolphus F. prof of music, bds 4 Foster 
Wurm Charles T., elk H. Seltzer, bds 4 Foster 
Wurm Ferdinand A., prof of music, r 4 Foster 
Wurm Theodore A., bkkpr Furchgott, Benedict & Co., bds 4 

Foster 
Wyatt Cicero (c), lab, r 22 S. Bell 
Wvatt Isaac B., carpenter, r 339 Mangum 
Wyatt William, bkkpr R. G. Dunn & Co., bds 83 Decatur 
Wylie Clinton (c\ hostler Clint Taylor 
Wylie David G., farmer, bds 190 Peachtree 
Wylie David G. Jr., yardmaster W. & A. R. R., bds Wilson 

House 

Wylie Hart, elk J. R. Wylie, r 83 X. Collins 
WYLIE JAMES R., whol grocer, 32 and 34 N. Broad, r 
190 Peachtree 

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19 



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Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 

WYL 390 YEA 



Wylie Jefferson (e), lab, r 277 Fraser 
Wylie Ralph, elk, bds 190 Peachtree 
Wylie Robert A., baggage master W. & A. R. R., bds Wilson 

House 
Wylly King, physician, 13 E. Alabama, bds Kimball House 
Wvlv Augustine A. (A. C. & B. F. Wyly), r 118 Washington 
WYLY A. C. & B. F. (Augustine* C. and Benjamin F. 

Wylv), whol grocers, 51 and 53 E. Alabama 
Wyly Benjamin F. (A. C. & B. F. Wyly), r 160 Washington 
Wyly James W., builder, r as Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Wyly John H., lawyer, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Wvlv John H. Jr., gardener, r ns Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
WYLY, see also WILEY 
Wynn Amanda M., wid C. G., r 402 Decatur 
Wynn James O., lawyer, 8 S. Broad 
Wynn William (c), wks VVm. Brenner, r ns Jones, w of Pul- 

liam 
Wynne Charles G\, agt Sou. Marble Wks, bds 201 Jones 
Wynne T. Frederick, trav agt, r 150 Loyd 
Wynne William B., trav agt, r 201 Jones 
WYNNE, see also WINN 



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"\TAMNE ELIZABETH, wid William, r 11 Thurmond 
X Yancy Abraham (c), driver, r ss Greens Ferry av, nr 

limits, W. E 
Yancy B. F., fireman W. & A. R. R 
Yancy Richard D. gardener, r 97 Larkiu 
Yancy William (c), lab, r 36 Fort 
Yancy William (c), wks H. Phillips, r country 
Yarbrough Arminta, wid William, r 73 Fort 
Yarbrough Benjamin W., lab, bds 108 Luckie 
Yarbrough George (c), barber, r 117 Luckie 
Yarbrough Joel S., butcher, r 63 N. Calhoun 
Yarbrough Melinda, wid James, r 50 W 7 illiams 
Yeager S. A., printer Jas. P. Harrison & Co., bds Callaway 
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Yeatman Samuel, gin wright, r 171 Washington 

Young Alexander J., painter W. & A. R. K., r 128 Rhodes 

Young Augustus (c), lab, r 233 Jones 

Young Columbus (c), cook National Hotel, r 17J Reed 

Young Constantine J., bds 229 S. Pryor 

Young Eliza, wid Edward, r 25 X. Calhoun 

Young Emily C, wid Wilson, bds 108 N. Collins 

Young Fred H. (Wing & Young), r 25 N. Calhoun 

Young George W. (e), wks Atlanta Rolling Mill 

Young Hattie S. Miss, teacher Ivy St Sehool, r Rolling Mill, 

nr Houston 
Young Henry, elk P. & G. T. Dodd & Co., bds N. Collins, nr 

Wheat 
Young Henry, helper A-L. Ry 
Young Henry A., watchman Ga. R. R., r s-s Ga. R. R., nr 

Gullatt 
Young James, soldier, r 82 Walker 
Y^oung John, carpenter, r 135 W. Mitchell 
Young John C, fireman Ga. R. R., r ws Werner av, s of Jones 
Young Margaret, wid Robert, r 139 W. Hunter 
Young Mary A., wid Leonard, bds 212 E. Fair 
Young Mens Christian Assn, C. G. Eekford, pres ; J. H. 

Stewart, sec ; 68 Whitehall 
YOUNG MENS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, B. H. Hill, 

Jr., pres; C. E. Harman, librarian; 48 Marietta 
Young Nathan (c), lab, r nr Ga. R. R., Edgewood 
Y r oung Oscar (c), lab, r es State, n of limits 
Young Pierce G., grocer, 34 W. Mitchell, r 146 W. Mitchell 
Young Richard (c), wks J. J. Williams & Co., r 8 Mangum 
Y'oung Robert C, stonecutter, r 323 Jones 
Young William R., machinist W. & A. R. R., bds 139 W. 

Hunter 
Young Willis (c), lab, r rear 33 Ivy 
Youngblood Addison P., provision broker, Alabama, ne cor 

Pryor, r 85 Marietta 
Youngblood Mathew A., carpenter W. & A. R. R., bds W. & 

A. R. R., nr Spring 



ZACHRY FRANK (c), lab, r rear 26 Cooper 
Zachry Jackson (c), carpenter, r 77 Tatnall 
Zachry Washington (c), wks Rolling Mill 



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illilU UltulUiN llwilijlu Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 

/AC 302 ZUB 



Zachry William I., with H. Lewis r, 22 Stonewall 

Zahn Frederick, bagnikr, r 20 Mechanic 

Zent Mary, wid George, r 288 Fraser 

Zimmerman Richard P., propr Bishops Water Elevator, 64 S. 

Broad 
Zion Hill Baptist Church (c), I^ev. Robert Grant, pastor; Hum- 

phrieSj nw cor Glenn 
Zisch Magdalene Mrs., r 27 E. Alabama 
Zorilla Vincent, musician, r 112 Whitehall 
Zuber Aaron (c), driver, r ns E. Harris, 3d w of Rolling Mill 
Zuber John, printer Elsas, May & Co., r 67 Elliott 
Zuber Samuel, elk, bds 196 Whitehall 



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SHOLES' 

ATLANTA 

COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY 



FOR TIIK VI". \li 



1878. 



Embracing a Classified List of all Professions, Manu- 
factures, Trades and Pursuits in the Gity of At- 
lanta; each classification alphabetically 
arranged, thus exhibiting the full 
address and special business 
of her citizens. 



For the individual names of the members composiny firms, residences, 
etc., see the General Directory. 



ACC 393 ARC 



Accountants. TOMMEY, STEWART & 

Stevens E. C, 35 S Broad BECK, 2 and 4 S. I'ryor <S e front 

paster.) 
Agricultural Implements. Wilson J. Ben.. 61 and 63 S. Broad 

[Manufacturers.] Analytical Chemists. 

SOU. AGRL WORKS, , . vn [ "l e t° c " en " s,! ' J 

I. Haiman. propr ; :!74 to 380 Mari- I-< A M ) \\ . J ., 

etta. (See front cover.) 1 Line, cor Poachtree. (See page 

[Dealers.] 90.) 

Anderson J. H. & Co.. 1G Loyd Architects. 

JOHNSON M. W. & CO.. FAY & BRUYN, 

9 Whitenall. (Seepage88.) 19 S. Broad (up stairs.) (See p. 85.) 

H* TO A RM ff^ ^ A QO at bottom price* at COHEN A 
ATS ARIL? CAHO SELIO'S, 23 WHITEHALL. 



iULLMAN PALACE CARS leave Atlanta dally for Washington by the 

KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 



ART 394 



BAR 



Leo G. E., 38 W. Alabama 

PARKINS W. H.. 

Marietta, nw cor Peachtree. (See 
front fly.) 

Artists. 
MOTES C. AY.. 

32 Whitehall. (See head each letter.) 
Oliver M. S Mrs , 30 Whitehall 
Southern Copying Co., J. P Harding, 

manager ; 9 Marietta 

VANSTAVOREX J. H. 

34 Whitehall 

Attorneys at Law. 

[See Lawyers.] 

Auction and Commission. 

Ellis D P. &Co., 11 Marietta 
Guthman L. L.. 16 Whitehall 
Krouse H. Co., 33 Peachtree 
McMillen & Olcott, 33 Maritta 
Powell C, 22 Peachtree 

Bakers and Confectioners. 

Agricola FT A , 57 I'ecatur 
Bechtoldt .J Mrs., Fraser, se cor Rich 

ardson 
Goetting C, 1 1 Peachtree 

JACK & HOLLAND, 

37 Whitehall. (See front fly A.) 



H. KARWISCH, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., 

AND DEALER IN 

Groceries, CDnfectioneries, Wines, 
LIQUORS AND CIGARS, 

91 and 93 DECATUR 



Kimball C, 22 W. Mitchell 
Lewis T. S., 67 E Alabama 
McCormick J. T., 133 Luckie 
SextT., 122 Whitehall 
Stiegliiz P., 121 Whitehall 
TaberS.T.,200 Marietta 



Bands. 

Atlanta Cornet Brass Band, 65J S. 
Broad 

Wurm's Brass and String Band, 4 
Foster 

Bankruptcy. 

[Kegister in ] 
Biack Lawson, fil E Alabama 

Banks and Bankers. 
ATLANTA NATIONAL 

BANK, 15 E. Alabama 

Atlanta Savings Bank of Georgia, 
Pryor, nw cor Wall 

Bank of the State of Georgia, Mari- 
etta, nw cor Peachtree 

CITIZENS BANK OF GA., 

10 K. Wad. (See page 86.) 

CITY BANK OF ATLAN- 
TA, 9 E. Alabama 

Georgia Biuking aud Trust Company, 
12 E. Wall 

Jamts J. II. Wnitehall, ne cor Alabama 

Lowry W. M. & R J., 57 E. Alabama 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF 

ATLANTA. 12 and 14 E. Alabama. 
(See page 86 ) 

Barbers. 

Armstrong H., 17 Peachtree 
Bailey H (c), 6 W. Mitchell 
Bentley & Minor (c), 14 Peachtree 
Betts W. (c), 188 Decatur 
Brown H. (c), 6 E. Wall 
Hoffman J. J., 51 Whitehall 
Hutchins D., 18 Marietta 
Kimball House B irber Shop 
Lewis Oliver (c). 80 W. Peters 
Lewis William (cl, 139 W. Peters 
Miller S (c), 189 Marietta 
Morgan R. J. (c), Markham House 
Nash A. L (c), 12 W. Mitchell 
National Hotel Barber Shop 
Overby W. (c), 32 Decatur 
Robinson M. (c), 118 Marietta 
Schelpert L., 5 Peachtree 
Valentine G. (c). 20 Whitehall 
Watts K. (c), 20 Whitehall 
Williams Stepheu (c). 10 E. Wall 



FRANK X. BLILEY. 



GENBRALUNDERTAKEE, 
26 W. Alabama. (See page ae.) 



CMLSTUB SLOQX£„ 



r <>Ai, ' hkkk, and Anthracite r oals, at J. 
C. Kimhali/s, 54 Alabama. 



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Baths. 

[Turkish and Roman ] 

WILSON JOHN STAIN- 
bagk, 13 Loyd. (Seepages? ) 

Beams and Columns. 
WILKINS, POST& CO., 

44 Marietta 

Beer Botlers 

Brown & Ryan, 32 Bartow 
Cohen L. & Co., 23 E Alabama 

JONES & CO., 

35 S. Broad 

Belting. 

[Rubber and Leather ] 

M< NAUGHT & SCRUTCH- 

IN, 86 Whitehall. (See front cover ) 

MORRISON, BAIN & CO., 

10 and 12 S Pryor - 

tommey, stewart & 

BECK, 2 and 4 8. Pryor. (See front 
paster.) 

Bell Hangers. 

[See Gun and Locksmith-*.] 

Bill Posters. 
JOHNSTON GEORGE J., 

2\ Marietta. (See page 34.) 

Billiard Halls. 

Freeman B. R . National Hotel 
Kimball House 

Manning & Smith, Markham House 
Weinmeister C. J., 20 and 22 Marietta 

Blacksmiths 

[See also Wagon Manufacturers.] 
Alexander & Green (c), Ivy, cor Line 
Bennett L , 113 Decatur 
Booth W. R , 74 W Peters 
Br oks & Covington, 1 Peachtree rd 
Davis 0. (c), 77 S. Broad 
Dean Lemuel, 274 Elliott 
Eskridge Peter (c), 151 Decuur 
Faith & Morris, 321 Decatur 
Forsyth W., 24 Walton 
Gardner R. E.,26 W. Hunter 
Gardner Turner (c), 197 W. lVters 



GOLDEN F. 8., 

596 Marietta. (See page 92.) 
Mann J., 55 S. Broad 
Miller IV (c), Marietta, n of limits 
Noily J. (c), ns Gordon, e of Lee, W. E 
Phillips H., 70 Decatur 

RIVERS .JOSEPH 8., 

(c), 183 Marietta. (See page 91 | 
Robinson H irrison (c). 151 W. Peters 
Kobinson John (c). 79 W. Peters 
Roche W. H., rear 50 S. Pryor 
gimons J. (c). 142 Walton 
s mith W. H. (c). 277 W. Peters 
Smith & Davis, 270 W. Peters 
gullivan J. H., 211 W. Peters 

TANNER IRVIN 

(c), 20 Porters al. (See page 34. ) 
Thompson A. (cj, 50 S. Pryor 
Whitfield Charles (c), ws Howell, nr 

Decatur 
Wi liams I. (c), ns Mitchell, 1st e of 

Pryor 
Wooding Alexander (c), 377 W. Peter's 

Blank Book Manufacturers 
HARRISON .IAS. P. & CO., 

27 and 29 S. Broad. (See opp. p. 196.) 

RAMSPECK CM., 

28 S. Broad. (See back cover.) 

Boarding Houses. 

Adams House, 20 Decatur 
Archer N. N. Mrs., 8 W. Mitchell 
Bell Emma Mrs., 67 N. Pryor 
Callaway House, 15A S Broad 
Cannon House, 16i Marietta 
Chisolm R E. Mrs", 168 S. Pryor 
Clower D., 76 8. Forsyth 
Davis L. H., 72 S. Forsyth 
Dougherty R. A. Mrs., es W. & A. R. 

R. , nr Spring 
Dorset t E. Mrs , 14 W. Mitchell 
Ezzard E Mrs.. 66 (la. R. R 
Fulton House, Decatur, cor Ivy 
Giy M. H.Mrs., 57 Marietta 
Gilbert M. J. Mrs., 32 N. Forsyth 
Hall J. G . 77 Decatur 
Holmes Julia Mr* , 96| Whitehall 
Latham S Mrs.. 25 W. Hunter 
Lockhart A Mrs., 79 S. Pryor 
Lvnan M. Mrs., 7? Loyd 
Martin C. Mrs., 48 S. Butler 
Mize M. A. Mrs., 65 Peachtree 



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M\l€ Q2L> ASS in every respect. 



T1A"P "P"D "DTP TXTP Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
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Munay E D. Mrs., 108 Marietta 
((Conner E P Mrs . 61 Marietta 
Parrish S. A. (c), Ivy, n e cor Deca 

tur 
Pope B. H. Mrs., 40 N. Forsyth 
Purtell E C. Mrs., 39^ Whitehall 
Rogan Nellie Miss, 113 Wnlton 
Scott J. A. Mrs., 132 S. Forsyth 
Tidwell A. (c), 11 S Collins 
Trout F. Miss, 22 W. Alabama 
Upshaw 1. D., 92£ S. Broad 
Webb M. Mrs., lOo Whitehall 

Boiler Manufacturers. 
GIFFORD J. A., 

222 Marietta. (See p«ge 85 ) 

Book Binders. 

Claridy Olin, 26 S. Broad 

CONSTITUTION PUB. CO 

34 S. broad. (See back fly D.) 

HARRISON J. P. & CO., 

27 nnd 29 S. Broad. (See opp. p. 
19t3 ) 

RAMSPECK C. M., 

30 S. Broad. (See back cover.) 

SEALS J. II. & \Y. B., 

24 S. Broad. (See opp p. 17.) 

Booksellers 

[Wholesale Exclusively ] 

BURKE & HANCOCK, 

4 Marietta and 2'j E. Alabama 

[Retail ] 

HITCIK JOCK & WALT) FN, 

110 Whitehall 

LYNCH £ THORNTON. 

5 Whitehall. (See back fly C.) 

PHILLIPS & CREW, 

8 ami 10 Marietta 

RICHARDS J. J. & S. P., 

37 Whitehall 

Boots and Shoes. 

[Manufacturers.] 

EDDLEMAN & BROWN, 

30 and 32 Peachtree 

[Wholesale.] 



CRANE BOYLSTON & ( ()., 

li S. Pryor ^ 

EldlTiian & Brown, 30 and 32 Peach- 
tree 
Gr.imling, Spalding & Co., 14 Decatur 
Kiser M.'C. & J. F. & Co., 14 aud 16 
S. Pryor 

[Wholesale and Retail ] 



MARK BERRY, 

— DEALER IX— 

IJoots, §bocs, leather* 

And SHOE FINDINGS. 

Fine Shu.- a specialty. Special Atten- 
tion given to Orders. 

33 PEACHTREE ST. 



JOHN KEELY, 

62 and t'.4" Whitehall 
[Retail.] 
Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., 66 and 68 
Whitehall 

COHEN & SELIG, 

23 Whitehall. See page 85.) 
Force G. H. & A. W., 33 Whitehall 
Frey L C. & Co., 7 Whitehall 
Nolan & D .ty. 67 Whitebait 
Price G. W., 24 Marietta 

REGENSTEIN & KUTZ, 

74. 76 and 78 Whitehall; braucli 27 

Whitehall 
Scott H. M. & Co., 30 Peachtree 
Snead & Co., 28 Maiieita 

STEINHEIMER & KRFI- 

SLE, 30 Whitehall. (See p. 392.) 
Wadlow Richard H., 206 Marietta 

[Made and Repaired.] 
Adams P.. 444 Marietta 
Alexander H. C, 1G S. Broad 
Alexander I. H. (c), 117 E. Hunter 
Binka & C<>x. 37 Peachtree 
Beck Lioy (c), 99 Decatur 
Bell W. E. (c), Peters, sw cor Forsyth 
Bentley .Joseph (c). 16 McDonough 
B°ntley Lewis (c), 272 Decatur 
Bert R. (c). 16 S. Broad 
Bishop C, 39 S. Broad 



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T.irse (i (c). 130 W. Mitchell 
Brown Henry (c). 109 W. IVters 
Brown & Day (c), 83 E. Hunter 
Case; William (c), 1> S 1 Decatur 
Conyers Murphy (o). 508 Decatur 
Cruld>ck D (c). 4o4 Marietta 
Divis H. L. (c). 31 Decatur 

DELLBRIDGE A.. J. (c), 

22 (James Bank) Whitehall. (See 

page 392.] 
Dozier Green (c) 312 Decatur 
Flynn M., 17 Washington 
Forrest. G. (c), 172 N. Calhoun 
Freeman A. (c). rear 104 Whitehall 
G lines M., 60 Peachtree 
Gates H. (c) 156 Fillmore 
Gleesou W., 17 W. Hunter 
Greenwood E , 298 Marietta 
Hilton W. A., 124 Marietta 
Holley C W.. 100 W. Mitchell 

HOLMES XK'K (c), 

78 S Broad. (See puge 76. ) 
Hosking J. (>., 132 Whitehall 
Isaac Henry (c), 68 King 
Jackson W., 328 Marietta 
Jett J. L., 5 Foundry 
Johnson Hixon,228 Decatur 
Jones R. H. (o, 39 S Pryor 
Keltner W. , 7 S. Broad 
Kennedy W. A., 256 Decatur 
King Emanuel (c), 245 W. Peters 
Klasset A., 47 S. Broad 
L'ttham A., 1 Marietta 

LONG SAMUEL, 

16 Marietta. (See page 92.) 
Lumpkin B. (c), 80 N. Forsyth 
McCloudy S. (c). Marietta, n of limits 
Malone W. J., 28 Marietla 
MangumJohn, 63 Decatur 
Merrifield G. 1!.. 51 S. Broad 
Molan I ) R. . 8 E. Wall 
Perry Handy (c), 133 N. Calhoun 
Pruett B. ft., es Marietta, n of limits 
Scott T. (c"), 34 N. Pryor 
Sheriff Plnjenix(c), Gordon, ne cor 

Lee, W. E 
Smith B. (c). 238 Marietta 
Smith J. C, 91.1 McDonough 
Sutton H. (c). 52 S Pryor 
Tines W. H. (c). 3 N. Broad 
Tunsell W. B. (c). 66 Decatur 
Wesley John (c), 2 '7 W. Peters 
Westmoreland Isaac (c), ws Whitehall, 

e of Garnet t 



While E (c), 45.', S Pryor 
Whit" G.. 193 Marietta 
Wilson P. (c), 82 N. Forsyth 

Box Manufacturers. 

Trowbridge J., 3 and 5 Fort 

Brass Foundries. 

ATLANTA BRASS FOUN- 
DRY, J. E. Gullatt, agt.; 23 S. Cal- 
noun. (See page 88 ) 

Brewers. 

Atlanta City Brewing Co., 8 W. Hun- 
ter 

Brickyards, 

Broomhead & Alexander, es Ira, s of 
Ciumley 

Bridge Builders. 
WILKINS, POST Av CO., 

44 Marietta 

Brokers. 

[Bond. Stock and Money.] 
Powers H. R , 44 Marietta 
[Merchandise.] 
Castleman H., Pryor, sw cor R. R 
Fears & Jones, 12 E. Wall 
Haas A. & Bro., Alabama, nw cor 

Pryor 
Hammock C. C, 10 E. Alabama 
McGuire J. T., 66 E. Alabama 
Williams W., 21 Marietta 

[Pawn.] 
Saloshin G. & S., 12 Peachtree 

[Provision.] 
Davis A. W., 43 E. Alabama 
McGuire J. T. , 66 E. A'.abama 
Youngblood A* P., Alabama, ne cor 
Pryor 

[Tobacco.] 
Hall G. W. & Son, 239 Marietti 
Lowndes G. S.. 35 Wuitehall 
Sligh Sim, 35 S Broad 

Bronzes. 
MILLER (i. H., 

39 Whitehall. (See opp. page 261.) 

Brooms. 

[Manufacturers.] 
Lenfestey A. S., 75 N. Collins 



HOSI 

20 



EIE^ST. 



A Large assortment at COHEN & SELIG'S. 

23 WHITEHALL. ' 



'HE KENNESAW ROUTE now offers Through PULLMAN CARS, New Orleans 
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Builder's Hardware. 
ASHLEY W. G., 

33 S. Broad. (See page 04 ) 

HART F. W., 

30 S. Broad. (See page 93.) 

Business Colleges. 

MO< >RE'S SOUTHERN BU- 
SINESS UNIVERSITY, 38 and 40 
S. Broad. (See front cover.) 

Butchers 

Bender C, 115 Whitehall 
Carmichael William, 288 Marietta 
Davis & Cherry, 12 S Broad 
Dominick J. R., 129 Whitehall 
'lossett H., 24 Mangum 
Harris H. L. , 250 Decatur 
Harris W. B., (52 Pc-aclitree 
Hollingsworth H. B , 128 Whitehall 
Johnson H. T., 93 W. Peters 
Koch & Bro. , 34 Marietta 
Kries J. & Co., 135 Whitehall 
Linch H , 128 Marietta 
O'Neill John. 84 N. Forsyth 
OShields J , 218 Marie ta 

SAWTELL H. G\, 

108 Whitehall. (See page 89 ) 
Shields H. Gh, 108 Peachtree 
Skates J. W., 194 Marietta 
Smith O.. 194 Marietta 
Thomas & Johnson, 2 Loyd 
Tolbert & Bro., 75 Peachtree 
Tye D., 461 Marietta 
Waters & Wooding, 191 Marietta 

Cabinet Makers. 

[See Furniture Made and Repaired.] 

B LI LEY F. X., 

26 W Alabama. (See page 96.) 

BOHNEFELD C, 

37 Marietta. (See page 98.) 
Bush & Lee. 175 Marietta 
Cargile M. (c), 9 Ivy 
Fenley W L., 90 Peachtree 
Lemoine P. C. & Co., 59 Marietta 
Wiggins J , 33 Vlarietta 

Candy Manufacturers. 

Block F E-, 24 E Alabama 

JACK & HOLLAND, 

36 Whitehall. (See trout ny A.) 



LAGOMARSINO JOHN, 

8 Whitehall. (See page 89.) 

MORGAN I.T., 

85 Whitehall 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Chappell H. (c). 79 Houston 

Cook & Stewart, W. & A. R. R., n of 

Foundry 
Haves A. C, 6 W. Mitchell 

LIPES MOSES, 

ss Fuller, bet Elliott and W. & A. 

R R, (See page 33.) 
Owens B. F. 6 W. Mitchell 
Tuttle J. A., 25 E. Hunter 

Carpets andOil Cloths. 

Chamberlin, Boynton & Co , 66 and 68 
Whitehall 

F I T RC I IGOTT. J 5 EN ED I CT 

& CO.. 38 Whitehall 

Car Companies. 

Pullman Car Company, Union Depot 

Carriages. 

[Manufacturers and Dealers.] 

AVERY B. F. & SONS, 

Alabama, sw cor Forsyth 
Curtis & Smith. 85 Peachtree 

FINNEY A. T., 

13 S Broad and 12 S. Forsyth. 
(See page 91. ) 
Jarvis & Stokes, 44 Line and 17 N. 
Prvor 

SMITH J. M., 

12 W. Alabama. (See page 91.) 

Carriage Material. 
McNAUGHT & SORUTCH- 

IN. Mi Whitehall. (St-e front ewer.) 

TOMMEY, STEWART & 

BECK, 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See 
front paster.) 

Chemists. 
LAND WILLIAM J., 

1 Line, cor Peachtree. (Sue page 90.) 

Childrens Carriages. 
STEWART & FAIN, 

69 Whitehall 



BLILEY, 



General TT*xcS.©x-t;«*lx.©jr, 

2t> W. Alabama, (bee page U6.) 



THE BEST COALS ^" nv,s, " ,i " sa, ^- c 



KIMBALL'S, 

Alabama and 72 Marietta. 



(Ill 



399 



(OF 



China, Glass and Queens- 
ware. 

Brown (i II.. 82 Whitehall 
Law J II . 28 Whitehall 

McBRIDE & CO., 

11 and 1:5 N. Prypr 
Ripley T. K.. 87 Whitehall 
Seltzer H., It; N. Broad 

Cigar Manufacturers. 
CASSIDY & MAHER, 

44 S. Pryor, up-slairs 

C. Rcsenbaum, 
CIGAR MANUFACTURER, 

No 10 Alabama St. 



Cigai 



irs and Tobacco. 

[Wholesale.] 

BROCK BROS., 

11 Decatur 

JONES & CO., 

38 8 Broad 
Winter J L. & Co., 59 E. Alabama 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 
Beerman & Kuhrt. Decatur, se cor 

Peach tre>- ami 1 Whitehall 
Crichton. Kennedy & Co., 49 White 

hall 
Harralso.j M & Co., 7 Decatur 
Howard, Wood & Co., 33 Alabama 
Russell W. A. & Co , 2 Pe ichtree 

KENNY P. J., 

7 E. Alabima. (S-*e p. 93.) 
Lowry J. C. . Mark ham House 
Weinmeister C J , '20 and 22 Marietta 

Civil Engineers. 

Collier H. L. 57 Whitehall 
Corprit M»x V. D., 15 N Forsyth 

McDANIEL H. T., 

47 S. Pryor 

Clothing. 

[Wholes le ] 

Bites El win & Co., 2 and 4 S. Pryor 

[Wholesale and I! tail.] 

COHEN & SELIG, 

23 Whitehall. (See p. 85 ) 



EISEMAN BROS., 

55 Whitehall 

HIRSCH M. & J., 

50 Whitehall 

REGENSTEIN & KUTZ, 

74, 7<i and 78 Whitehall ; branch 27 
Whitehall 

ROSENFELD A. & S., 

24 Whitehall 

STEINHEIMER & KREI- 

SLE, 30 Whitehall. (See p. 362.) 
[Retail.] 
Menko M. & Pro., 21 Whitehall 
Muse, Swift & Gregg, 56 Whitehall 
Schindler & Abraham, 10 Whitehall 
Stockton W. H. & Co.. 31 Peachtree 

[Second Hand.] 
Saloshin G., 24 Decatur 

Coal Dealers. 

Bridger J. C 44 Marietta 

EDWARDS J. F., 

Office, 5 B. Alabama ; yards, 7 Spring 

and 95 S Broad 
Harrison & Bro., 31 Decatur 
Heald T. W.. 196 Marietta 

KIMBALL J. C, 

54 E. Alabama and 72 Marietta. 
(S Q e top lines.) 

SCIPLE-& SONS, 

59 Deeatur 

WILSON W. S. & BRO., 

25 N. Broad 

Coffee Roasters. 
GEORGIA SPICE MILLS, 

J. F. Burke & Co., proprs; 105 S. 
Pryor. (See p. 90.) 

Coffin Manufacturers. 

Cooper Henry L., 3 and 5 Fort 
Hall L. II. &Co., 30 Decatur 

Coffins and Trimmings. 
BLILEY F. X., 

26 W. Abib ma. (See bottom lines.) 

BOEINEFELD CHARLES, 



37 Marietta. (See page 



PASSENGERS 



OO W I -WP v 



ith fewer changes via 3V£. cfc 
, than by any other route. 



iULLM&N PALACE CARS leave Atlanta dally for Washington by the 
KENNESAW RoUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 



( '( )M 



400 COX 



Commercial Agencies. 

Dun R G & Co , Alabama, necor PrvC 

THE J. M. BRADSTREET 

& SON CO., improved mercantile 
agency, J. A. Gom, supt; 6 While 
hall 

Commercial Colleges. 



MOORE'S 
SOUTHERN BUSINESS 

UNIVERSITY, 

38 AND 4-0 BROAD ST 

Commission Merchants. 

[See also Gr"cers, Wholesale.] 
Adair & Bro., 27 W Alabama 
Chaney A. D., 41 S. Pryor 
Cock & Logan. Alabama ne cor Prvor 

DuBOSE JAMES R. &SON, 

81 Peachtree. (Seepige87.) 
Egleston T. K.. b S Pryor 

FRAZIER J. I)., 

79 Whitehall 
Haunon W. II., 11 S. Broad 
Hewin & formally. 60 Decatur 
Howard G J., 29 W. Alabama 

HUFF J. C, 

91 Whitehall 

JOHNSON M. W.&CO., 

9 Whitehall. (See page 88.) 
Keller & Co.. 68 Pe chiree 

LAXGSTON & CRANE, 

46 and 48 E Alabama 
Paine E. T., 13 S. Broad 
Peers J. S. M., 83 Whitehall 
Peers & Brown. 42 Decatur 

SCOTT G. W. & C( )., 

44 Marietta 

SHROPSHIRE & JOHN- 
SON. 12 W. Mitchell 
Simmons J. R., 13 and 15 S. Forsyth 
Simons & Lee, 37 S. Broad 
Turner W. S & Co.. 27 W. Alahama 
Venable S. H. & W. H., 17 to 27 Bar 

tow 
Williams J. J. & Co., 17 and 19 S 
Forsyth 



Commissioners. 

[Of Deeds ] 

GLENN H. C, 

19 Whitehall. (See p 87 ) 
[United States.] 
Black Lawson, 61 E Alabama 
Buck A. E.. 20 Decuur 
Smith W. B., 20 Decatur 
Smyth W. II , 20 Decatur 



HI 



Concrete Works 
NNICUTT & BELLI X- 



GRATIIS, 36 and 38 Pcachiree, cor 
Walton 

Confectioners 

[Wholesa'e.] 

JACK & HOLLAND, 

36 Whitehall. (See front fly A ) 

LAGOMARSINO JOHN. 

4 Whitehall. (See p. 89 | 
[Retail.] 
Accorsini , 36 Marietta 
Agricola H. A., 57 Decuur 
Balorchi T C. , Wall, or Pryor 
Cocchi D., 106 Whitehall 
Erminger H. C. & Bro.. 56 Whitehall 
rj art man B Mr*.. 26 W. Mitchell 
flpnderson .1. (c). 34 Decatur 

KARWISCH H., 

91 Decatur 
Macy W. R,, 18 Decatur 
Massa E. A.. 19 Peachtree 
Murphy D., 274 Marietta 
Peel D. G . 10 S. Broad 
Redding H. V. M. . 71'. Peachtree 
SttneZ. T , 178 Decatur 

Contractors and Builders. 

BELL WALTER S., 

26 Line, cor Prvor 

COLES HARRISON (<•), 

17'.».l Marietta. (See page 93 | 
Grant'W. D.. 44 Marietta 
Healey T. G., Marietta, nw cor Forsyth 

LiPES MOSES, 

ss Fuller e'nf Elliott. (See pae* 33.) 

LONGLEY & ROBINSON, 

18 Loyd, factory Butler, cor Gilmer. 
(See page 100 ) 



M akes TJndersliirts and 

Drawers, 



ESTABLISHED 



fir La wane's Jewelry, Wabeh, Clock and 
Repairing a Specialty. 



IN 1850., 

sil rerware Establishment 



CON 



401 



!)()() 



Lynch P.. I I Drcitur 
Peck J. C 21 Loyd 

THROWER -I. <i., 

s. 1 , Marietta. (.See page ■'>'■'>. ) 

Convents. 
CONVENT OF THE IM 

M I.CULATE CONCEPTION^ Loyd, 
bei Hunter and Mitchell. (See p. 



12.) 



Coopers. 



Brown Fabian, 121 W. Mitchell 

Coppersmiths. 

Traatwein W., 50 S. Broad 

Cotton Brokers and Buyers 

Inman H. T., 65 Whitehall 
Intmin S W.. 65 Whitehall 
Strong C. H , 20 N. Broad 
Wilson 11. W., Alabama, nw cor For- 
syth 
Woodward B. & Co., '29 W. Alabama 

Cotton Compresses. 

Turner J. D., W. Peters, corC. K. R 

Cotton Factories. 

Atlanta Cotton Factory Company, 160 
to 172 Marietta 

Cotton Factors. • 
LANGSTON& CRANE, 

16 and 4S E. Alabama 

Cotton Gins and Presses. 

[Manufacturers. ] 

VAX WINKLE EDWARD, 

16 to 20 Foundry. (See back paster. ) 

Cotton Merchants. 

Anderson J. H. & Co., Hi Loyd 
Inman S. M & Co.. 65 Whitehall 
Parrott G W. A - Co., Pryor, nw cor 

Hunter 
Wilson J. Beo & Co., 61 S. Broad 

Cotton Warehouses. 

Cunningham A. T. , Alabama, uw cor 
Forsyth 



Leyden A.. 17 to 27 Bu-tow 
MoCandlesa S C . 20 N Broa.l 
Oliver .1. S. & Co., 28 a<d W. Ala- 
buna 
Turner .1. I) , W. 1'e'ers. cor C. R. K 
Wilson J. B. & t'" 61 S. Broad 

Cracker Manufacturers. 
JACK & HOLLAND, 

36 Whitehall. (S.-e front tiy A.) 
Lewis T. S.. 67 E Alabama 

Dancing Academies. 

Nicholson J. S. :;.', Whiteha.ll 

Dental Depots. 

Hape Samuel, 4t> Whitehall 
Smith D agt. , 66 Whi'ehall 

Demists 

Badger Ralph, 8£ Star etta 
Bulger R D (c), 39 Peachtree 

BROWNE W. G., 

33$ Whitehall (S-e Iwck cover ) 

CARPENTER. L D., 

47 Whitehall. (See back fly C.) 

FORD ARTHUR C, 

G9 Crew • 

Garrett W. M , 210 McDonough 
Henderson L B., 55 Whitehall 
Holland & Crenshaw, 24 Whitehall 

HOLLIDAY K. A., 

34 Whitehall 
Kennedy J. W., 257 Washington 
L ; nk J. A., room 2 63 Whitehall 
Murphy J B.. 77 Whitehall 
Smith 1) , 66 Whitehall 
Smith F. P., 18 C. 11. R 

Diamonds. 
LAWSHE ER, 

47 Whitehall (See top lines. | 

Distillers. 

Cox, Hill & Thompson, 29 Peachtree 
Rich & Titlebaum. 91 S Broad 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 
ASHLEY W. (i., 

:',■', S Broad See page '.>4.) 

HART F. W., 

.",(1 S Broad. (See page '•»:;.) 



at COHEN & SELIC'S, 

•it Whitehall. 



"PHI? "F'RPTPTTT Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 



irson, General Freight Agent. 



DIR 



402 



DRY 



JENNINGS W & CO., 

38 Decatur Street. 

LONGLEY & ROBINSON, 

18 Loyd, factory Butler, cor Cilmer. 
(See page 100.) 

MURPHY A., 

73 S Forsyth 

Directory Publishers. 



PUBLISHER — 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY 

AMI DIRECTORIES OF 

AUGUSTA, GA., 

MACON, GA., 
CHARLESTON, S. C 
LITTLE ROCK, ARK-, 
MEMPHIS, TENN ., 
NASHVILLE, TENN. 

OFFICE '24 S. Broad Street. 



Dress and Cloak Makers. 

Aguero E. J. Mrs., 153 Walton 
Anderson M. A. Miss, 74 N Pryor 
Bodie T. A., 188 Marietta 
Dickey A. E. Mrs., 181 Whitehall 
Duffy J. Mr*., 56 Ivy 
Heath J. C. Mrs , 100 E Ellis 
Hollingsworth M. Mrs., 39 Peach tree 
Kennedy J. Mrs., 61 Whitehall 
Lodunan S M : ss, 37 W Cain 
Madden A. Miss, (14 Whitehall 
Mapp A. L. Mrs.. 39 Peachlr»e 
Patch M. C. Mrs., 66J Whitehall 
Rardall H. T. Mrs., 108 Peachtree 
Rawls M. Mrs., 70 Whitehall 
Scott L. E. Miss, 7S.1 Whitehall 
Smith Louisa Mrs , 32 Williams 
| Sperling F. Miss. 93 S. Broad 
Thomas C. T. (c). 119 Marietta 
Tinzlev M. M 19 Johnson 
Tompkins S. Mr's, 37 VV. Cain 
Wells A. P. Mrs , Low, se cor Maga- 



Drugs and Medicines. 

[Wholesale.] 

DANIEL .& MARSH, 

13 Deoatur. (See front paster. ) 

HUNT, RANKIN .V: LA- 

MALI, 20 Decatur, cor Pryor. (See 
back cover.) 

[Retail.] 

Avary A., 52 Peachtree 
Collier & Co., 25 Peachtree 

DANIEL & MARSH, 

13 Decatur. (See front paster.) 
Hall man & Candler, 47 Peachtree 
Harvill & Martin, 188 Decatur 
Hodges W. J., 160 Decatur 
Holt P. R.. 26 Whitehall 

HUNT, RANKIN & LA- 

MAR, 20 Decatur, cor Pryor. (See 
back cover.) 

PINSON & PEACOCK, 

15S W. Peters and 102 Whitehall 

Martin M. C. 212 Decatur 

Pemberton, Simueis & Reynolds, 2 
Marietta 

Schumann T., Whitehall, nw cor Hun- 
ter 

Simmons & Sharp. 202 Marietta 

Taylor W. A., 9 Peachtree 

Wimberly W. H., 30 Marietta 

Dry Goods. 

[Wholesale.] 
Crane. Boylston & Co , 6 S. Pryor 
Ki-er M. C. & J. F. & Co., 14 and 16 

S. Pryor 
Moore. Marsh & Co , 18 Decatur 

SILVEY JOHN &CO., 

4 and 6 Decatur 

[Wholesale 8.nd Retail.] 

CATER W. E. & CO., 

5 1 Whitehall 

Chamberlin, Boynton & Co., 66 and 68 

Whitehall 
Dougherty D H., 35 Peachtree 

FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 

6 CO., 38 Whitehall 

KEELY JOHN, 

62 and 64 Whitehall 



-I — )-|- -i — r- -rnTr" has the FINEST HEARSE in the Stat*. 
r-S I m I i M i .X. 36 W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



OASM.B HOCK, 



'iiai, ' 1:1 ik, and Anthracite foals, at J. 
c. K i m ball's, 54 Alabama. 



DYE 



t03 



FER 



RICH M. & BBO., 

65 Whitehall 

[ Retail] 
Bro herton W. il.. 2 W. Mitchell 
Cabn E.. 41 Whitehall 
Gay A. 0. M. & Co., 65 and 67 Pe*oh 

tree 
Gunst Mary .Mrs.. 1 18 Decatur 
Hitching & Bro., 51 Peachtree 
Holliday G. H. & Co., 101 Whitehall 

KISER M. P. &CO., 

77 Whitehall 
Mule S. E Mrs., 163 Marietta 
McCleskey & Gramling, 53 Peachtree 

McPHfiE I). ('., 

Mangum C. L. . 43 Peachtree 
Morns J. P., 88 W Peters 

REGENSTEIN & KUTZ, 

74, 76 and 78 Whitehall, branch 27 

Whitehall 
ltosenfeld S. Mrs., 58 Decatur 
Kyan John, 01 Whitehall 
Ryan M.. 93 Whitehall 
Selig J. & Bro., 85 Whitehall 
Simmons, Hunt & Gilbert, 210 Marietta 
Steinheimer D., 48 Whitehall 
Watson J. A. W., 10 Mitchell 
Wit mark D., 50 Decatur 

Dyers and Cleaners. 

Kreis Jacob. 9 E. Mitchell 

LOCHREJ JAMES, 

45 E Hunter. (See page 89.) 

Electrotypers. 

ATLANTA ELECTRO- 
TYPE foundry, Behrens. Meinke 
& Harder*, proprs ; Mitchell, ne cor 
Pryor. (See page 94.) 

Engineers. 
WILKINS, POST & CO., 

41 Marietta 

Engravers. 

[Metal.] 
Fairbanks C. F.. 9 Whitehall 

SOLOMONSON S. L., 

31 Whitehall. (See front caver ) 
[Wood] 
Hyde E H.. 9 Whitehall 



Express Companies. 

Southern Ex. Co., 30 and 32 Wall 

Fancy Goods, Notions, etc 

[Wholesale] 

FRANKLIN MAX, 

8 and 10 Decatur 

Peck W. F. & Co . 13 N. Pryor 
Stlvey J. it Co., 4 and ti Decatur 
[Wholesale ami Retail.] 

FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 

& CO , 37 Whitehall 

KEELY JOHN, 

62 ami 64 Whitehall 

RICH M & BRO., 

65 Whitehall 

[Retail.] 

Braumuller 0. L , 25 Whitehall 
deS miles L , 29 Whitehall 
Harper T. J., 7 Peachtree 

JKlSER M. P., 

77 Whitehall 
Pickert A. F.. 45 Whitehall 
Piatt R. H., Whitehall, se cor R. B 
Smith A., 25 W. Mitchell 
Stevens L. F., 71 Whitehall 

Fast Freight Lines. 

Bilto. & S)u. Trans. Co., 21 S Pryor 
Carolina Central Dispatch, S. D. G tas- 
ty, apt; 21 S. Pryor 
Green Line, R. C. Robsoh, agt ; 8 S. 
Broad 

Feed Stores. 

(See also Grain, Hay, etc.) 
Lysle J. W & Co., 17 S. Broad 

Fertilizers. 

Adair & Bro., 27 W. Alabama 
Ladd A. C..9S. Broad 

JOHNSON M. W. & CO. 

9 Whitehall. (Seepage88.) 

PENDLETON E. M. & W. 

M., 19 S. Broad 
Robson & Bro., 8 S. Broad 

SCOTi G. W. &CO., 

44 Manett* 
Swift J. N., 61 S. Broad 



PASSENGERS 



GO W rOS g T' w ith fewpr changes via 3Vt. cfc 

O- DEI.. JFL. than by any other route. 



EXCURSION TICKETS 



to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 



FIS -104 

SwiM Thomas L , fil S. B-n-id 
Walton, Winnn & Co., 17 S' Br.n-1 

Fish Dealers. 

[See also Ousters, Fish and Gufte.] 
Emery & Princp. 15 Peach tree 

Schultz George, 73.} Peachtree 

Fish Plates and Bolts. 
ATLANTA ROLLING 

MILL CO., 492 and 41)4 Marietta. 
(See back paster ) 

Florists. 

[See al»o Nurseries ] 
Cole M. & Co., 2 Whitehall 
Fletcher II., Whitehall, nw cor Garnet! 

LAMBERT ALPH( )NSE, 

Fair, se cor Wood 
WachendorffE , ss Simpson, e of Chest 
nut. 

Flouring Mills. 
ATLANTA FLOURING 

MILLS, H. L"wis. propr ; 35 and 37 
Thompson, cor Hunter. (See page 
90.) 

Foundries. 

[Brass ] 

ATLANTA BRASS FOUN- 
DRY, J H Gullatt, agt; 23 S. Cat 
houn. (See page 88.) 

Davis John, 221 Marietta 
[Iron.] 

Porter & Meakin, 95 Ga R R , cor King 

VAX WINKLE E v 

IB to 20 Foundry. (See back paster. ) 
Winahip & Bro., Foundry, ws W. & A. 

R R 
Withers W. S . '24 S. Caldoun 

Fresco and Scene Painters. 
TRIPOD & PINE, 

31 S. Broad. (Seepage 94 ) 

Fruits. 

Stokes W. F. & Co., 17 E. Alabama 
[Dried.] 

SHEER & CO., 

16 Smith Forsyth 



GAS 



Furniture. 

(See also Upholsterer?. ) 
[Wholesale and Retail ] 

CHEAP (ASH FURNI- 
TURE HOUSE. Ives & Thomas, 
proprs ; 7and 9 Marietta 

Snook P. H.. 13 Marietta 

W ATKINS J. L., 

42 and 41 Whitehall 
[Retail.] 
Castleberry M. T., 108 W. Peters 
Gartrell F. B.. 8 W. Hunter 
Kendrick S. S . : '>* Marietta 
Stoker J. D , S W. Mitchell 

[Made and Repaired.] 
Arnold vV. M... 127 S. Forsyth 
G avan J, H., 78 Peach tree 

Galvanized Iron Cornices. 
HUNNICUTT & BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 38 Peachiree, cor 

Walton 

Game Depots. 

[See also Oysters. Fish and Game.] 
Day S. W., James' Bank Block, front 
R. R 

Gas Companies. 

Atlanta Gas Light Company, 21 White- 
hall 

Gas and Steam Fitters. 

[See Plumbers and Gas Fitters.] 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

coiien & seek;, 

23 Whitehall. (See page 85.) 

EISEMAN BROS., 

55 Whitehall 

HIRSCH M. & J., 

3 and 50 Whitehall 

REGENSTEIN& KUTZ, 

74. 76 and 78 Whitehall 
branch. 27 Whitehall 

ROSENFELD A. & S., 

24 Whitehall 

SCOTT W. AL, 

12 Whitehall 



SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS 



Are made to Order by 

MEASURE. 



Thp Aninrlpl ^noptarlo i Specialty, and the best In use. £ 
I. MtJ fWUIIUtM optJLlaCie LA. \Vs-<HJi:, Sole Agent in Atlanta. 



£B 



GRA 



405 



URO 



Grain, Hay, Etc 

Adair & Bru«.. 27 W. Alabun-i 
MoGmghey Bros , 85 S Broad 
Williams J. J. & Co., 17 and 19 S. 
Forsyth 

Qrainers and Marblers. 
TRIPOD & PINE, 

81 S. Broal. (See page 94.) 

Grange Agencies. 

Paine E. T., 18 S. Broad 

Grates and Mantles. 
HUNKICUTT & BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 48 Peachtree, cor 



Walton 



Grocers. 



[Wholesale.] 
Abbott & Bro., 64 and 66 E Alabama 

BQWIE & GHOLSTIN, 

42 and 44 E. Alabama 
Boyoton Bros., 28 E Alabama 
Carter J. C. & J., 21 E. Alabama 
Cix E. T. & Co.. 9 S. Forsyth 
Dodd P. & G. T. cS: Co., Alabama, nw 

cor Pryor 
Dunn. Octree & Co., 38 K Alabama 

TULLER H. A., 

Alabama, ne cor Pryor 
Garre't & Bro.. 50 and 53 E. Alabama 

LAXGSTON & CRANE, 

4H and 48 E. Alabama 

MERCHANT & MOSLEY, 

70 E Alabama, cor Loyd 
Nunnally, Hall man & Co., 40 and 42 

Peachtree 
Stephens John. 41 and 43 E. Alabama 
Wylie J. R., 32 and 34 N. Broad 
Wyly A. C. & B. F , 51 and 53 E Ala 

bama 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 
Fuller T K , 13 W. .Mitchell 
Goldsmith J. W., 55 E. Alabama 

HUBBARD W. L. & SON, 

24 Peachtree 
Lowe T. J & Bro., 35 W. Mitchell 
McMillan & Snow, 25 Marietta 
Morris & Bro , 46 Peachtree 
Powell, Hall A Co., 26 Peachtree 
Powers W. & Son, 34 Peachtree 



REEVES & BIK)., 

324 Marietta 

[Fancy.] 

JACK & HOLLAND, 

36 Whitehall. (See front liy A.) 
[Retail.] 
Ackerman & Jackson, 112 Whitehall 
Adair J. S. 48 Decatur 
Adams L. D., 367 Peachtree 
Adamson & Son, 262 Decatur 
Allen E. C, 84 Peachtree 
Allen E. T., 102 McDonough 
Anderson N. Mrs., es Fraser, s of 

Hunter 
Anderson & Bro., 147 W. Peters 
Anglin & Hines, 220 Marietta 
Arbola M. Mrs., Ill Whitehall 
Armor J. E. & Co., 33 W. Mitchell 
Ashley J. S., 186 Marietta 
Bancroft G., Marietta, bey limits 
Bangert Mary Mrs , 66 E Harris 
Bargain B. Mrs., 152 Decatur 
Bell W. H.,270 Marietta 
Bethel Isham (c), 5 Greens Ferry av 
Beyer M.. 92 Decatur 
Bird Irwin, 12 Marietta 
Bird M. H. (c), 92 Houston 
Blocker D. W., 71 Chapel 
Bobo & Ayres, 114 Marietta 
Bomar & Barnes, 94 S. Broad 
Bostwick T. R., 80 Peachtree 
Boyd & Johnson, 98 Peachtree 
BridwellC, 100 W. Mitchell 
Brown Archibald, Edgewood, s of Ga. 

R. R 
Browne & Williams, 364 Decatur 
Buchanan T. J.. 260 Decatur 
Buice J. M., 110 McDonough 
Burks S. (c), Butler, ne cor Wheat 
Burney M. (c), Hunter, se cor Butler 
Burns S. (c), 78 Humphries 
Butler L. C , 169 Fort 
Bushy W. T., es Peachtree, 3d n of 

Baker 
Calhoun M. (c) 28 Decaiur 
Camp B. A., 93 S. Broad 
Campbell D. Mrs., 149 Luckie 
Campbell M. Mrs., 276 Decatur 
Carlton J. M. B. & Son, 134 Marietta 
Cary Jefferson (c), es McDaniel. s of 

Crumley 
Chamberlin S. , 204 Marietta 
Chapman E. M., 118 Whitehall 
Clarke & Austin, 107 Decatur 



HATS AND 

21 



CAPS 



at bottom prices at COHEN A. 
SELIG'S, 23 WHITEHALL. 



'HROUGH CARS leave Atlanta dally for Texarkana. The line via 
Chattanooga and Little Rock is the Only All Rail Line to Texas. 



GRO 



406 



GRO 



Connell J E., 22 Rhodes 

Connolly Susm Mrs., 131 E Hunter 
Cotton .). VV.. 128S Forsyth 
Cox J.W. (c).Tatnall, June VV. Mitchell 
Crumley C. Mrs.. 204 Marietta 
Crusselle T. G W. , 1 Peachtree rd 
Culberson 0. I., Le°, sw cor Gordon, 

W. E 
Curry Hardy (c). 164 Fra«er 
Dabbs J. (c). 217 VV. Mitchell 
Daniels W. W.. 54 Davis 
Darling J., 72 Peachtree 
Deaderick A., 113 E Harris 
Dean L. & Son. 356 Marietta 
DeFoor J. A., 137 VV. Peters 
Dennis J W. Maysons Ferry rd, June 

W. & A. K. R 
Dit tier Alexander, Houston, ne cor 

Fort 
Dorsey W. IT. H., L65 Fraser 

DuBOSE JAMES R. & S< >X, 

81 Peachtree. (See page 87.) 
Dunning \ r olnev, 84 McDonough 
Dyer T. H , 204 Decatur 
Eigan M. A. Mrs., Decatur, necor N. 

Calhoun 
Elileman G. H, McDanitl, ^e cor 

Richardson 
Edwards X. S , 65 VV Peters 
Ellis J. M., 129 W. Peters 
Eskridge A. P., 213 \V. Peters 
Faith J. F., 298 Decatur 
F<ilvt-y J. J., 71 Peachtree 
Farmer G. \V. (c), 112 Haynes 
Fernando J. W. (c), 313 W. Miic'iell 
Ficken J , 23 Luckie 
Fincher & Bio., 88 Peachtree 
Fitziibbons P. Jr., 148.1 Decatur 
Franklin & Wilkins. 18 W. Mitchell 
Frazier Allen (c), 180 Markham 

FRAZIEK J. I)., 

79 Whitehall 
Friend J. M., 1/90 Decatur 
Frizzell G. E Mrs.. 212 E. Hunter 
Fuller A. D.. 224 W. Peters 
Fuller J. C. « i T S. Broad 
Fuller & Doolittle, 148 Marietta 
Gammon & Jones. 251 W. Mitchell 
Gammell J. II., 57 W Peters 
Gatins John, 62 N Calhoun 
Gileremh & Sloan. 14 W. Miichell 
Glynn M. Mrs , 36 \V. Mitchell 
Green W. H , 1 23 Peachtree 
Greenwood Simon (c), 195 W. Peters 



Greg;? R C , 61 McDmiel 
Griffin R. J , 104 Peachtree 
llagan J. T 119 Whitehall 
Hairston J. M, 224 Decamr 
Hamilton L E . 142 Elliott 
Harris H. (c). 158 E Harris 
Harris S L . 140 Marietta 
Ha-lett cS: Johnston, 170 W. Peters 
Hatchett Augustus (c), 195 W. Peters 
Hemphill R. A . 102 Peachtree 
Hewin & Connally. 60 Decatur 
Holbrook A. L &T A., 79 Peachtree 
Hook J. C. 290 Peachtree 
Hooper & McKamey, 120 Marietta 

HUFF J. C, 

91 Whitehall 
Huff J. F , 214 W. Peters 
Hutchinson S. VV., Bell, sw cor Ga. R, 

R 
Johnson Dennis, 253 Fair 
Jones H. (c), 38 IMhard 
Jones J. B.. 78 Decatur 
Jones J. B (c). 150 Decitur 
Jones J. T.. 63 M mm 
Jones N. J. (c). 75 W. Peters 
Kane B. Mrs . 104 VV. Mitchell 

KARWISCH H, 

91 anu 93 Decatur 

! KicklighterC. J.. 104 Whitehall 

| Kiiby P. P., 212 Marietta 
Laird William, 197 Whitehall 
Lambert Catherine Mrs . 2Q1 Chapel 
Landrum & Gilbert 54 Peachtree 

j Latham J. M.. 129 Chaoel 

I Lee George (c). l"i» Martin 
Lee G VV.. (c). 150 Vlarietta 

. Lester 1. B . 165 VV. Mitchell 

j Little E. G , 4M Ch .pel 
L°fius J. A , Marietta, n of limits 
Lowe G. W.. 21 VV. Mitchell 
Lowe W., 29 W Miichell 
Lowry J., es Vlarietia, Bellwood 
Lvuch J. J . 44 D'cuur 
Lynch P., 95 Whitehall 
Lynch P. VV. , 56 D-cauir 
VIcCarty P., 40 VV. Foundry 
McCravy V' Bro., 116 Whitehall 
VIcGuirk J. M. 196 D-catur 
McHau Charles H.. 270 E. Fair 
McHenry C. (c), 254 Marietta 
McKov & Williams. 50 Peichtree 

M< PHEE D. C, 

475 Marietta 
Mahouey M., 121 Decatur 



UNDERTAKING 



insr j^TjTL* its beauches 

2ti W. Alabama (See page 96.; 



Castle Rock Coal, 



the cleiinc.-,!, and cheapest in market. 

J. C. KIUIl.VLli, 51 Alaljiunaiind 72 Marietta, 



(JKO 



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Maier M. A. Mrs., Davix, nw cor Foun- 
dry 
Marhul J .1 , 93 D.eatur 
Marion S , 282 Marietta 
Martin H. C , Marietta, n of limits 
Mason C. M. Mrs., 144 Decani r 
Masselin'a Wiliia , 9'> Chapel 
Mayson T. C, 3 Marietta 
Median P. II . 41 W. Foundry 
Middlehrooks W. M., 405 \V. Peters 
Mills Frances Mrs., "217 W. Peters 
Mitchell I. S.. 142 Whitehall 
Mitchell 8 (c), 140 E. ('.in 
Mitchell W. D , 300 W. Peters 
Moody E. Mr-.. 238 Marietta 
Moore, Sim-' & Co., 135 Marietta 
More' on A. F.. 70 S. Pryor 
Morris C M.. 1 15 D calur 
Alorri* J F . 90 W. Peters 
Morris J. S. & Son, 106 Marietta 
Moyer I P. (c). 149 W. Peters 
Murdock Y A. (c . 157 Wheat 
O Dell, J. W., 170 Decatur 
Owens 11. C . 105 Houston 
Patterson & Brown, Peachtree. June 

tion Ivy 
Payne E. T.. 395 Marietta 
Phillips W. R Jr. & Co.. 41 Peachtree 
Poole 15. J . 223 W. Peters 
Pope E (c). 293 N. Calhoun 
li iwe-s W & Hon, 34 Peachtree 
Prim I. J., 80 McDonough 
Prior G. S.. 57 Peachtree 
Quarterman T E (c), E. Cun, swcor 

N. Calhoun 
Rtnsford Henry, 109 Whitehall 
Rmdor John (c) 230 Fraser 
Re se T., Edge wood, s of Ga. It. 1! 
Keimitm F . 21 1 Decatur 
Roberts .1. W , 221 E. Fair 
Roberts W. J. & Co , N. Duller, sw 

cor Gilmer 
R iberis & Summerour, 49 Peachtree 
R.bertsou E. A. &Co., 100 Peachtree 
Robinson J. L , 114 Fraser 
Robinson T A.. 113 Whiten ill 
R .get* .1. C . 99 Wniiehall 
Roper. I. P T . 373 Peachtree 
Siwtell I. V . 287 W Peter-. 
Schikau J., 128 W Mi'chell 
Sears .1. W.. 150 W. Hunter 
Shinnon W. A. 94 Whitehall 
Shannon & S mmons* 114 Whitehall 
gSeehan C, 54 Decatur 
Shropshire & Johnson. 12 W. Mitchell 



Shuttles & Son. 82 Peachtree 
SIMMONS J R., 

13 and 15 S. For.-yih 
Simmons & Hunt. 210 Marietta 
SimmsJ. D. , 182 McDonough 
S augbter J. T. , 143 W, Peters 
Smith Eizabetn Mrs., Fair, nw cor 

Terrv 
SmifhG B , 41 Chapel 
Smirh I. II.. 324 Decatur 

SMITH JOSEPH, 

70 McDonough 
Smith W D., 234 Decitur 

Smythe & Perkerson. 10 W. Mitchell 
Solomon A (c). 00 A Howell 
Speer & Knox, 132 Decatur 
Stanton W. L. & Co., 89 S. Broad 
Siafk .1 H . 2(J8 Marietta 
S;.ser Martha Mrs., 231 W. Peters 
St ok hs J W.. 98 Whitehall 
Tu'e J. (c) 220 Decatur 
Taylor M A. J & Co.; 117 Whiteha I 
Terry & Morris, 330 Decatur 
Ti.adeu H.. 234 W. Mitchell 
Thomas J. (c), 100 Haynes 
Ttv nipson George, 00 W. Humphries 
Thompson J B , 300 Decatur 
Thompson W. W., 133 Decatur 
Tibbs W. C, 32 W. Mitchell 
Tidwell R. W , 27 W. Mitchell 
Tolhert J. J.. 19 Washington 
Tu'mltn R.. 004 Marietta 
Tornipseed R, W. & W. H , 126 White- 
hall 

Underwood Richard (c), 227 W. Peters 

Upshaw I. 1) . 80 S Broad 

Upshaw S C (c), 205 W. Peters 

Veal & Bradley, 508 Decatur 

Velviu & Woodley, 111 W. Peters 

von Kalckstein A., 199 W. Mitchell 

Wa ker & Wood. 255 Fraser 

W*d W W . 298 Peachtree 

Ward Crawford (c). E Igewool, s of 
Gi. R R 

Witts Albert (c). 107 Fraser 

Wilson II. K , 248 Decatur 

Wright J. T . 128 Houston 

Young P. G., 34 W. Mitchell 

Gui and Lock Smiths. 

[St-e al-o Lick and Gun Smiths.] 
Heinz & Berkele. 15 Whitehall 
Steph-ns D V., 39 S B.oad 



78 2V£il©s 



Shorter by the M. & C. R. R. than by 
any other route to ail points west. 



TYYR "CD "FTP TTT 1 R^tes to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
£ \JS\> L XlDluH J. Anderson, General Freight Agent. 



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Hair Goods. 

Adair VV. Miss, 72 Deca>ur 
Heizel L. Miss, 37 Whitehall 

Hair Jewelry. 

[Manufacturers.] 

SOLOMONSON S. L., 

31 Whitehall. (See front cover.) 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Alexander J M. & Co.. 40 Whiteha 1 
Clarke Thomas M. & Co., Peachiree, 
ne cor Line 

JENNINGS W. & CO., 

38 Decatur 

McN AUGHT & SCRUTCH- 

1N, 86 Whitehall, (See p. 97.) 

MORRISON, BAIN & CO., 

10 and 12 S. Pryor 

TOMMEY, STEWART & 

HECK. 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See front 
paster.) 

Harness. 

[See Saddles and Harness.] 

Hats, Caps, etc. 

Brunner C. W. & Son. 32 Whitehall 

CLARKE L. H., 

6 Whitehall. (See front cover. ) 

COHEN & SELIG, 

23 Whitehall. (See p. 85 ) 
Horsey T M.. 9 N. Pryor 
Riser M. C. & J. F & Co., 14 and 16 

S. Pryor 

REGEXSTEIX & KUTZ, 

74, 76 and 78 Whitehall ; branch 27 
Whitehall 

STEINHEIMER & KREI- 

SLE, 30 Whitehall. (See p 392 ) 

Hides, Furs, Wool, Etc , 

Crandall R. L. & Son, Williams, se cor 

Alexander 
Sheek & Co., 16 S. Forsyth 

Hotels. 

[See also Restaurants ] 
Air-Line House, 49.1 S, Forsyth 



Berron House, 10 N. F<>i-wh 

Cannon House, 16 Marietta 

Kimball House, ws Pryor, bel Decatur 

and Wall 
Markham House, Loyd. opp Wall 

NATIONAL HOTEL, 

E T White, propr; 6, 8 and 10 Sea en- 
tree. (See page 95) 

WILSON HOUSE, 

29 and 31 E Alabama. (See page 88.) 

House Furnishing Goods. 
HFNNICUTT & BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 38 Peachtree, cor 
Walton 

McBRIDE&CO., 

11 and 13 N. Pryor 

STEWART & FAIN, 

69 Whii ehall 

Hygienic Institute. 

WILSON JOHN STAIN- 
back, 13 Loyd. (See page 87 ) 

Ice Cream. 

THOMPSON'S CAFE, 

4 Wnitehall. (See from fly B. ) 

Ice Dealers. 

Atlanta Ice Manufacturing Com; any, 
Wall, cor Peachtree 
j Corput F. , Wall, cor Peachtree 
North American Ice Company, C. 

R R , cor Thompson 
Rich & Hill, 17 Peachtree 

Insurance Adjusters. 

Hancock W. H . 41 S. Broad 
Hawks W. N.. 1\ Whitehall 

Insurance Agents. 

[General.] 
Blanchard M. C , 52 Wnitehall 
Gay Edward S., Prvor, ne cor Line 

HASKELL W. W., 

29 Whitehall 
Hurt J , 44 Marietta 
Johnston J. E & Co., 28 Kimball 

House 
King John G , 29.] S Broad 
Morgan J. H , 35 Marietta 



Clocks and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, i7 Whitehall £5t., can 
§!>£) supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price*. 



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PATH LEO W. P. & W. V., 

8 S Pryi.r 

RAINE J. S., 

Manhattan Fire Insurance Company 
of New York, 14 Whitehall 

ROMARE, PERDUE & EG- 

QLESTON, 41 S Broad 
Walker & Boyd, 10 W. Alabami 
Walker, Boyd & Godfrey, 10 W. Ala- 
bama 
Whaling W .1., 3 S Pryor 

WHITNER J. C, 

8 W. Wall 

WHITNER J. C.& SON, 

8 W Wail 

[Life Exclusively ] 
Jackson R. S., b4 Whitehall 
Wh le W. H. Dr., 24 IVachiree 

Insurance Companies. 

[Fire.] 
Br'tish America Assurance Company 

of Toronto, 10 W. Alabima 
Connecticui Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford. 

44 Marietta 

FIRE ASSOCIATION 

of Phila , Romare. Perdue & Egle 
sion. agts : 41 S. Broad 

FIREMAN'S FUND INS. 

CO. of California, J C. Whittier, a jt ; 

8 W. Wall 

FRANKLIN INS. CO. 

of Penn.. W. P. i: W. F. I'attillo, 
nets : :> > S. Prvor 

GEORGIA HOME INS. CO. 

of Columbus, <!».. W. p. & W. F 
Patiillo. agis ; :; S. Pryor 
German American Ins. Co, 10 W. Ala- 
bama 

HAM BURG-BREM EN 

FIRE INS. CO. <>f Germany, W. 1' & 
W. F. Pattiho. geul agts ; 3 8. 
Pryor 

HARTFORD INS. CO. 

of Hartford, W. J. Whaling, g nl 
agt ; Romare, Perd e & Egleston, 
nets; 41 S. Broad 

HOME INS. CO., 

of N. V , W. P. & \\ . F. I'atiillo, 
agts; 3 S. Pryor 



IMPERIAL AND NORTH- 

EKN uf London ; Romare, Perdue & 
Egloston, a^ris, 41 S. Broad 

I NSURA NCE GO. 

of North America. Romare, Perdue 

& Eglestou, agt*; 41 S. Broad 
Lancashire Ins. Co. of E'lfrf md. 10 W. 

Alabama 
Liverpool and Lindou and Globe, 44 

Mar jet 1 a 

LONDON ASSURANCE 

C0RPOR \TION of E inland. Ro- 
mare Perdue & Eglesioii. agts; 41 
S. Broad 
London and Lancashire Ins. Co , 5'.'. 1 , 
S. Broad 

MANHATTAN EIRE INS. 

CO. of N. V., J. C. Whittier, agt; 8 
\V. Wall 

MANHATTAN EIRE INS. 

CO. of N. Y., J. S. flame, genl agt; 
14 Whiielull 

MERCHANTS & M E- 

OHANICS of Richmond. Va , W. W. 
Haskell, a*! • 29 Whitehall 

NIAGARA OF N EW 

VOUK, Romare. Perdue & Egles- 

ton, agts; 41 S. Broad 

NORTH BRITISH AND 

MERCANTILE INS. CO. of England, 
W. P & W. F. Paitillo, agts; 3 S. 
Prvor 

PETERSBURG SAVINGS 

LND 1X8. CO. oi Virginia, J. C. 
Whitner. agt: 8 W. Wail 

PHENIX INS. co. 

of N. V , W. W. Haskell, agt; 29 
Wh.: e ha I 

PHENIX INS. CO. 

of Hartford, W. P. & W. F. Pattillo, 
agts; ? } S Prvor 

QUEEN INS. CO. OFLON- 

DON. Romare, Perdue cS; Egleston. 
agts; 41 S Broad 
Royal I i.s. Co. of England; 10 W. 
Alabama 

S( !< )TT I S II C ( ) M M E R - 

CI A L INS. CO. of Scotland, J. C. 
Whitner, -gt; 8 W. Wall 



Gents' Furnishing Goods ^^ h ^v,\: tyatcOHK>,ASKL,<i ' s ' 



p 



ULLM^N P°LACE CARS leave Atlanta daily for Washington by the 
KENNESAW ROUTE— Dalton, Bristol and Lynchburg. 



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SOUTHERN MUTUAL 

INS CO. n f Athens. G... W. I'. \ 
W. F Pattillo. »gts; 3 S Pryor 

I INBER WRITERS' AGEN- 
CY of N. Y.. Rtmare. Perdue & Eg- 

leston ngt«; 41 S. Bro-id 

VIRGINIA HOME I X S. 

( '0 of Virginia, .1. C. Whitner, ngi; 
8 W. Wall 

WESTCHESTER INS. CO., 

of N. Y.. W. W. Haskell, ngt ; 29 
Whitehall 

WESTERN ASSURANCE 

CO , of Canada, J C. Wbituer, agi ; 
8 W. Wall 

WILLIAMSBURG CITY 

INS Co . »fN. V*., W. W. Haskell, 

agi, 29 Whitehall 

[Life.] 

NATIONAL LIFE INS. 

CO. U. S A., J. C. Whitner & Son, 
manager?; 8 W. Wall 

Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. of 
Milwaukee, W. rl. White, agt ; 21 
Peach tree 

Southern Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Lou- 
isville, Ky., 04 Whitehall 
[Life ami Accident.] 

TRAVELERS LIEE AND 

ACCIDENT INS CO of Hartford. 
W. P. & W. F. Pattillo, agi ; 3 S 
Pryor 



Jewelers. 

[Soe Watches and Jewelry.] 
Bollmanu W.. 10 Whitehall 
Farringrton 1*. A,. 10 Peachtree 

LAWSHE ER, 

47 Whitehall. (See top lines.) 
Lew E., 25 Whitehall 

MILLER G. H., 

39 Whitehall. (See opp. page 2<*>1 , ) 
Phimmer E. T.. 17 Whitehall 

SOLOMONSON S. L., 

:!1 Whitehall, (See front cover.) 
Stevens .J. P. & Co., 34 Whitehall 



FRED J. STILSON, 



DKAI.EK 1N- 



Watclii's. Clocks, Jewelry and Silver-Ware, 

53 WHITEHALL ST. 

flSj^Repairing Neatly Done. 



Thompson I. P., 85 E Girnett 
[Wholesale.] 

FRANKLIN MAN, 

8 and 10 Decatur 

SHUTTLES & SONS, 

82 Peachtree 

Junk Dealers. 

Lisas & Adler, 95 S. Pryor 
Hirschherjr J. & Co., 12 and 14 E. 

Mitchell 
Owens S. C . 93 S. Broad 
Steinheimer E , 92 S. Broad 



Iron Railing and Fence. Justices of 1 he Peace. 
JUDSON D. N., BUTT W. M., 

Loyd. se cor Alabima. (See front (3 Whitehall 

fl y A.] Rhea J. Dr., 21 Marietta 

Iron, Steel, Etc. TANNER G. H., 

MCNAUGHT & SCRUTCH- w ^Tl% Peach.ree 
IN. 8f> Whitehall. (See front c>ver ) 

TOMMEY, STEWART & Lamps, Chandeliers, etc 

BECK 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (Se front HUNNICI IT & BELLIN- 

GRATIIS, 36 and 38 P.j.,chtree. cor 
Walton 

Laths, Shingles, etc. 
LONGLEY & ROBINSON, 

18 L->yd. ' (See page 100 ) 



rye 
pa-ter.) 

Iron Works 
A'j LA NT A ROLLING 

MILL CO., 492 and 494 Marietta, 
( See buck paster.) 



-I — )T~ T — p I, | W" bas the JePINKSX HEA.R.SK in the StaU. 
" I f \ | | P t JL ;& W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 



mprOT PfiAl O atlo«estprlcefl.ftt J.d.-RIMBALVQ; 
DLOI UUnL J ;">« Alabama auil 72 M Helta. 



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WILSON W. S. & BRO., 

25 N. Broad 

Laundries. 
Atlanta City Laundry, 

1*2 Loyd St, nr Markhain House, 

W^SHINGa>»IRONING 

DONE ON 

Short JVoti.ce. 

Wi KK DONE IN FIKST CLAPS PTYLB. 

Clothes called for and delivered free of 
charge. Specialty made of 

LACE WINDOW CURTAINS. 



Lawyers. 

Ahhn't B F , 49 Whitehall 

AXGIER E. A., 

■ i Whitehall 
Arnold F. A . 8 S Broad 
Arnold R., 8 S. Broad 
Baird J B. State House 
B inks James, room 2. 6 Whitehall 
Bates Andrew, 40 Marietta 
Bell Mircus A., I Centennial Bldg, 3£ 

Whitehall 
Bell Margenius A.. 18 Whitehall 
Bray & Echols. 21 Marietta 
Brooks G A., 12 E Alabama 

BROWN J. L., 

room 7. 3.V Whitehall 
Brown Walter R.. 9 Whitehall 
Broyles E. X. , 8 S. Broal 
Brumby R. H., 12 Kimball House 
Cilhoun J. T., Wall, ne cor Peach tree 
Calhoun W. L.. Wall, ne cor Peachtree 
Camp G K., 14 E. Wall 
Candler & Thompson, 16 and IS E. 

Wall 
Clark R. H..8S. Broad 
Clarke Marshall J., 23 E Alabama 

CLARKE W. IRVING, 

40 Marietta 
Collier & Collier, 8 James B.nk Blk, G 

Whitehall 
Conley & Shumate. 8.1 Marietta 
Culberson A. B.. 61 E. Alabama 
Cunningham J. D. .:].', Whiletial 
Darnell S. A., room 1*9, T Whitehall 



4e Graffenried M.. 20 Decatur 
Eokford J. J.. 23 E Alabama 
Ellis W. ])., 12 E. Alabama 

ELY R. X., 

24 S'a.ie House 

Irwin H C, Marietta, nw cor Peach- 
tree 

Farrow H. P., room 13, 20 Ilecalur 

P'inlev T. . 21 Marietta 

Fry (J. T. , 18 Whitehall 

Gartrell J. E , 3} Whitehall 

Gartrell & Wright. 2 and :! t'enlennial 
B'dg, :!.', Whitehall 

Gaskill G~B.. 57 Whitehall 

GLENN J,. J. A;- SOX, 

19 Whitehall. (K-e page 87 I 

Goodwin .1. 15 . '..', Whitehall 

Graham .1 M . 54 Whitehall 

Green C. It., 23 Whitehall 

Hammond L> F. & W. R.. 23 White- 
hall 

HAMMOND X. J„ 

54 vVhitehall 

HARRISON X. D. & A. S. 

CLAYTON. 33 State House 
Hill B. H. & S.n, 10 aud 12 Kimball 

House 
Hill D. P. & Son. 2.] Marietta 
FT illy er Henry, 10 W. Alabama 
Ho Igson William R. 14 Alexander 
Hose E F.. 23 Whitehall 

HOPKINS & GLENN, 

1 Marietta 

Howell G. A , 1 Marietta 
Hu!sey& McAfee, 23 Marietta 

JACKSON & LUMPKIN, 

40 Marietta 
Jefferies R. S.. 23 Whitehall 
Jones J C. 18 Whitehall 

KENDRICK J. R., 

25 Whitehall 
King A C , 25 Whitehall 
Loch ran e O. A., 8 S Pryor 
McOay & Trippe, 22 E Wall 

McCONNELL & HEY- 

WARD, 7 Whiteh ill 
Millard W. J., 7 Whitehall 
Manning & Wright. 8.', Marietta 

MILLEDGE JOHN, 

12 E. Alabama 



PASSENGERS 



GO XV R8T w;th fewer changes via 3VE. «*3 
O. JErL. H. than by any other route. 



EXCURSION TICKETS 



to the Virginia Springs and Northern 
Resorts by the Kennesaw Route. 



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Moyers W. T.. r ot^ui 4, Jatnt-s Bank 

Block 
Mynatt P. L . 12 E Alabmta 
Newman W. T. . 37 S Broad 

Orr E. H.. 8 S. \ir 1 

Peeples H. C, 23 Whitehall 
Pendleton J. T., 29 Whitehall 
Pittman Dmiel. Court House 

REDWINEJ.B., 

14 Whitehall 
Reinhardt & Hooks, room 22. 7' 

Whitehall 
Roch E. G., 43 Peachtree 
Semmes B. J., room 1, James Bank 

Block, 6 Whitehall 
Smith C. W , 20 Whitehall 
Smith ll..ke. 6 Whitehall 
Spann G C. ?>\ Whitehall 
Spencer S B.. 18 Whitehall 

THOMAS O. S., 

room 13, 20 Decitur 
Trippe W. T.. 22 E. Wall 

VAN EPPS HOWARD, 

1), Whitehall 
Weil S., G Whitehall 
Westmoreland T P . 29 Whitehall 

WILLIAMS O. FT., 

*\\ Marietta 
Wimpy J A. 2.', Marietta 
WinnL. J., 6 Whi.ehall 
Wooten G F.. W..11. ne cor Peachtree 
Wynn J. 0., 8 S Broad 

Leather and Findings. 
BERRY MARK, 

33 Whitehall 

Lightning Rods. 

Ladd A. C, 9S Broad 
Ladd D. B., 31 S Broad 

Lime, Plaster and Cements 
KIMBALL J. C, 

54 E. Alabama (See top lines.) 
Ladd A. C. 9 8 Broad 

SCIPLE & SONS, 

59 Decatur 

THROWER J. G., 

8.! Marietta. (See page 33 ) 
Wilson T. T., 56 E. Alabama 

Linens. 

Erskine W. t fc Co., 35 Whitehall 



Liquors. 



[Rectifiers.] 
Oix, Hill k Thompson, 29 Penchtree 
[Wholesale.] 

CLAYTON & WEBB, 

73 Whitehall 

COHEN L. &CO., 

23 E. Alabama 
Cox. Hill & Thompson. 29 Peachtree 

HTLL JOHN M. & CO., 

16 Dec-itur 
Jones P.. 27 E. Alabama 

JONES & CO., 

35 S. Broad 
Mayer. Son t t Co . 52 Whitehall 
Potts F. M , 19 E. Alabama 
Rich William, 91 S. Broad 

[Wholesale and Retail ] 
Carroll 0. C, 44 S. Pryor 
Grady T. F., 63 E. Alabama 
Lovejoy E. B., 56 Peachtree 
Maher M E, 11 W. Mitchell 
Mihalovitch L., 26 Decatur 
Nelly & Maher, 4 E. Wall 
Weinmes'er C J., 20 and 22 Marietta 

Lithographers. 

BnUen E. R., W. Wall, Centennial 
Bldg 

Live Stock Dealers. 
SAWTELL H. C. & CO., 

W. Mitchell, nr C. R. R. (See page 
89 ) 

Livery Stables. 

[See Stables.] 

REDD J. F., 

22 and 24 W. Alabama. (See page 
95.) 

TAYLOR CLINT, 

;">4 to 60 S. Pryor. (See page 96.) 

Lumber. 

[Manufacturers and Dealers.] 

BELL WALTER &., 

26 Line, cor Pryor 

LONGLEY& ROBINSON, 

18 Loyd and Butler, cor Gilmer. 
(.See page 100.) 



SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS 



Are made to Order by 

MEASURE. 



r»Tft^«S Cl«*« and Jewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
i %)■% II * Ss * supply you through manufacturers, at bottom price*. 



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MURPHY A., 

78 S Forsyth 
Rice & Mitchell, 89 Grubb 

Traynham & Lewin, office 15 Ivy 

WILSON W. S. & BRO., 

25 N. Broad 

Locksmiths and Bellhang- 
ers. 

W. H. SULLIVAN, 

FROM BALTIMORE. 

LOCKSMITH AND BELLHANGER, 

SO. 5 W. ALABAMA. 

Oongs, Electric Bells, Annunciators, 

Etc., put up in Hotels and Private 

Houses: also Burglar Alarms, 

Speaking Tubes, etc. Locks 

Of all kinds made to 

order. Repairing 

promptly 

done. 

Lunch Rooms. 

Clark William (c). 209 W. Peters 
Daniel J. H., 21 W. Mitchell 
Elliott S. A. Mrs., 235 W. Peters 
Harris T. (c), 152 Marietta 
Jordan S. E. Mrs., 220 W. Peters 
Lamar George (c), '21-', W. Peters 
McCullough Edward (c). 105 W. 

Peters 
McKinney George (c), 2G ( J W. refers 
Nix J. (c), 24 Decatur 
Parker S. (c), 8 Ivy 
Powell F. Mrs., 4 Walton 
Printup L. (c), 14 W. Alabama 
Reed R., G8 Decatur 
Stces S. I. Mrs., 14"> W. Peters 
Welborne & Felt on (c), 4 Loyd 
Winant J. Mrs., 13 Yf. Mitchell 

Machinery. 

[Dealers.] 

JOHNSON M. W. & CO., 

'.'Whitehall. (See page 88.) 

TOMMEY, STEWART & 

BECK, 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See front 
paster.) 
Wilson J. Ben. & Co., 61 S. Broad 



Machine Shops. 

Porter & Meakin, 95 Ga. R. R., cor 
King 

SOUTHERN AGRICUL- 
TURAL WORKS, E. Haiman, propr; 
374 Marietta. (See front cover.) 

VAX WINKLE EDWARD, 

16 to 20 Foundry. (See back paster.) 

Mantels and Brackets. 

[Manufacturers.] 

ASHLEY r W. G., 

33 S. Broad. (See page 04.) 

Mantles and Grates. 
EICHBERG J. T., 

90 Whitehall 

Manufacturers Agents. 

Rawlins & Richardson, 5 S. Pryor 

Marble Workers and Deal- 
ers. 

ATLANTA MARBLE YARD. 

Foreign and American Marble, 

Statuary, Vases, etc. 

WM.GRAY, 

Importer and Dealer, 

77 E. Alabama, ATLANTA, GA. 



JUDSON D. N., 

Loyd, se cor Alabama. (See front 
fly A.) 

Mattress Manufacturers. 

Ergenzioger A,, 12 E. Hunter 
Watkins J. L., 42 and 44 Whitehall 

Meats and Vegetables. 

[See also Butchers. ] 
Bettis Joseph, 259 W. Peters 
Day E. F., 222 Fair 
Dudley G. R., 106 Decatur 
Gomes & Bro.. 170 Whitehall 
O'Neill J., 62 Decatur 
Parish Dean, 249 W. Peters 
Parker J., 127 W. Mitchell 



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SAWTELL HENRY C, 

108 Whitehall. (See page 89.) 
Smith Joseph, 70 McDonough 
Smith J. C, 100 McDonough 
Spear G. W., 196 McDonough 
Thomas & Johnson, Gl Decatur 
Tye M. C. Mrs., 107 Whitehall 
Wooding H. W., 1 Decatur 

Mechanical Engineers. 
HOWELL J. R., 

21 S. Broad 

Medicine Manufacturers. 
SWIFT C. T., 

propr S. S. S., 13 Kimball House 

Mercantile Agencies. 

(See Commercial Agencies.) 

Merchant Tailors. 

Devlin &Cou, 31 Peachtree 

DYKEMAN H. E., 

27 Whitehall. (See front cover. ) 

EISEMAN BROS., 

55 Whitehall 

HIRSCH M. & J., 

3 and 50 Whitehall 

JONES JOHN G., 

1 E. Alabama. (See front cover.) 
Lynch Jerry, 8 Whitehall 
Satzky A., 4 Peachtree 

Metallurgist. 

Bullock S. W., 26 S. Calhoun 

Milk Dealers. 
GREER R. S., OLD REL I A - 

BLE DAIRY, Edgewood 

Mill Furnishers. 
HOWELL J. R.. 

21 S. Broad 

TOMMEY STEWART & 

BECK, 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See front 
cover.) 

Milliners and Millinery 
Goods. 

Kennedy Mary Miss, 57 Whitehall 
McCormick A. Mrs., 31 Whitehall 
McDowell M. B.,Mrs., 40 Whitehall 



Morris & Lyon Mesdames, 60 Whitehall 
O'Connor Kate Mrs., 37 Whitehall 
Pickert A. F., 45 Whitehall 

REGENSTEIN & KUTZ, 

74, 76 and 78 Whitehall, branch 27 
Whitehall 
Wright C. A. Mrs., 61 Whitehall 

Mill Furnishing Goods. 
TO MILL OWNERS. 

For the best 
MILL STONES 

Bolting Cloth, 

SMUT MACHINES 

and improved 

Mill Findings, 

Address 

WM BRENNER, 

71 E.Alabama St. 

Atlanta, Ga. 




Millinery Goods. 

[Wholesale.] 

FRANKLIN MAX, 

8 and 10 Becatur 

ROBINSON JOHN M. & 

CO., 12 Decatur 

Mills. 

[Wheat and Corn.] 
Akers & Bros., 21 S. Broad 

ATLANTA FLOURING 

MILLS, H. Lewis, propr; 35 and 37 
Thompson, cor Hunter. (See page 
90.) 
Butler & Carroll, 14 Bartow 
Davis J. C, 320 and 322 Marietta 
Kennesaw Mills Co., 26 E. Alabama 
Nace J. M., 283 Decatur 
Stewart J. A., 20 N. Broad 
Witt H. H., 47 S. Forsyth 

Moldings, Newels and 

Stairwork. 
ASHLEY W. G. & CO., 

33 S. Broad. (See page 94. ) 



BLILEY, 



General XJjo.ci.ex-tatls.or, 

26 W. Alabama, (bee page 96.) 



Hwn-H a T3 ««Tr Pn^l the cleanest and cheapest in market. 

UaSLlS IlOCli UOai^ j. o. KIMBALL, 51 Alabama and 72Marietta. 



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HART F. W., 

30 S. Broad. (See page 93.) 

Music and Musical 

chandise. 
GUILFORD G. P., 

52 Whitehall 

PHILLIPS & CREW, 

9 and 10 Marietta 

RICHARDS J. J. & S. 

37 Whitehall 

Music Teachers. 

Adair M. C. Mrs.. 72 Decatur 
Barnwell V. T., 205 Luckie 

GAILMARD C. F. PROF., 

58 E. Simpson. (See pnge 12.) 
Guilford C. C, 52 Whitehall 
Hensler W. L, 19 S. Broad. (Up 

stairs.) 
Kruger E. H., 3.1 Marietta 
SchultzeE. A., 8 S. Broad 
Spahr otto, 92 S. Pryor 

News Depots. 

Derby J. B., 6 Marietta 
Kimball J. W., Post-Office 

LYNCH & THORNTON, 

5 Whitehall. (See back fly C.) 
Phillips & Crew, 8 and 10 Marietta 

Newspapers and Periodi- 
cals. 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal. 

14 Loyd 
Atlanta Republican, 9 K. Hunter 

BOYS& GIRLS OF THE 

SOUTH, 24 S. Broad. (See opp. p. 
17.) 

CHRISTIAN INDEX, 

27 8. Broad 
Eclectic Star, 53 S. Broad 

GEORGIA REPUBLICAN, 

27 E. Hunter. (See page 98. ) 
Good Templars Advocate, 8$ Marietta 

Homeward Star. 27 and 29 8. Hroad 
Methodist Advqcate, 110 Whitehall 
New Medicines, 5 W. Alabama 



SOUTHERN ENTER- 
PRISE, 6 Whitehall 
Southern Medical Record, 77 S. Pryor 
Southern Planter & Grange, 27 and 29 
S. Broad 

SUNNY SOUTH, 

24 S. Broad. (See opp. page 17.) 
The Agents Manual, 24 S. Broad 

THE CONSTITUTION 

(Daily and Weekly), 34 S. Broad. 
(See back fl\ D.) 
The Georgia Clinical Record, 24 S. 
Broad 

THE JEWISH SOUTH, 

24 S. Broad. (See opp. page 17.) 

Notaries Public. 

Arnold F. A., 8 S. Broad 

KENDRICK J. R,, 

Alabama, ne cor Pryor 
Manning A. A., 8i Marietta 
Milledge John, 12 E. Alabama 
Rhea J. Dr., 21 Marietta 
Sterchi J. H., 57 E. Alabama 

TANNER J. H„ 

16 Whitehall 
Thomson W. S., 16 and 18 E. Wall 

Notions. 

[See Fancy Goods and Notions.] 

Nurseries. 

[See also Florists.] 
Atlanta Nurseries, M. Cole ct Co., 
proprs; office, 2 Whitehall 

CENTRAL NURSERY, 

A. Lambert, propr; Fair, se cor 
Wood 

Oculists and Aurists. 
GURLEY. J. W., M. I)., 

67 Whitehall 



Oils. 



Oil Co., 74 



American Lubricating 
Peachtree/ 

CHESS, CARLE Y & CO., 

43 S. Pryor 
Fox Amos, u E. Alabama 

Opium Cure. 

iWoolley B M., 35 Whitehall 



Thm M* & C« 



is thoroughly equipped, and FIRST™ 
bf CLASS in every respect. 



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Opticians. 
LAWSHE ER, 

47 Whitehalf. (See top lines. ) 

SOLOMONSON S. L., 

31 Whitehall. (See front cover.) 

Organ Builder. 

Munger M. L., 52 Whitehall 

Orthopedic Instruments. 
GURLEY J. W., M. D., 

67 Whitehall 

Painters. 

[House and Sign.] 

BRADBURY W. S., 

2H E. Alabama. (See page 92.) 
Garrison W. W., 21 S. Broad 
Gordon J, 8 E. Alabama 
Paris J. A., 102 Whitehall 
Rauschenberg E , rear 7 Whitehall 

TRIPOD & PINE. 

31 S. Broad 

I^ints, Oils, Etc. 

Calder W., 49 and 51 S. Pryor 

DANIEL & MARSH, 

13 Decatur. (See front paster.) 
Duck & Co., 26 E. Alabama 

HUNT, RANKIN & LA- 

MAR, 20 Decatur, cor Pryor. (See 
back cover. ) 

LONGLEY & ROBINSON, 

18 Loyd. (See page 100.) 
Pemberton, Samuels & Reynolds, 2 
Marietta 

Paper Bag Manufacturers. 

Elsas, May & Co., 97 to 101 S. Pryor 

Paper Box Manufacturers 
BURKE & HANCOCK, 

4 Marietta and 26 E. Alabama 

Paper Dealers. 

[Wholesale.] 
Elsas, May & Co., 97 to 101 S. Pryor 

McN AUGHT WM. & CO., 

86 Whitehall. (See page 97.) 
Ormond J., 43 S. Broad 
Wellhouse & Son, 87 S. Broad 



Paper Hangers. 



a. b. Mckenzie, 

Souse % Sign 9ithttiitg, 

PAPER HANGING, 

Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, 
Calcimining, etc , 

No. 4=5 S. PRYOR ST. 

Paper Mills. 

Atlanta Paper Mills, office 43 S. 
Broad 

SUGAR CREEK PAPER 

MILLS, William McNaught & Co., 
proprs; 86 Whitehall. (See p. 97.) 

Pattern and Model Makers 

Landis S., 31 S. Broad 

Patent Medicines. 

Bradfield J., 43 S. Pryor 

DANIEL & MARSH, 

13 Decatur. (See front paster.) 

Pavements. 

[Asphalt.] 

SMITH O. A., 

15 N. Forsyth 

Phonographers. 
BRISCOE A. (.. 

10 E. Alabama. (See front fly B.) 

Photographers. 

Bowers & Speairs, 179 Marietta 
Gardner M. M., 32 Marietta 
Kuhns W. & Son, 37 Whitehall 

C. W. MOTES, 

Photographer, 

CRAYON PORTRAITS, 

Old Pictures Enlarged. 

No. 32 Whitehall St. 



SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS 



Are made to Order by 

MEASURE, 



Clocks andJewelry. Er Lawshe, 47 Whitehall St., can 
to£l supply you through manufacturers, at bottom prices. 



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National Copying Co., 11 S. Broad 
Sanders & Aldridge, 42 Whitehall 
Scarratt J. B., 35 W. Mitchell 

Southern Copying Co., 

Atlanta, Ga. 

We want agents to gather up small 
pictures and send them to us for copy- 
ing and enlargement. Our pictures are 
gloss-finished and standard size Our 
prices are low. Send for circulars and 
terms to agen's. Address 

Sou hern Copying Co., 

No. 9 Marietta St., Atlanta, Ga. 



Photographic Material. 

Perkins J. 0. & N. W., 4 Whitehall 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Alexander J. P., 5 S. Broad 
Alexander& Kins;. 5 W. Alabama 
Alley A. R , 14 Whitohall 
Armstrong W. S. . (14 Whitehall 
Baber J. M. 158 Thompson 
Baird James B. . 63 Whitehall 
Bass J. B. (c), 04 Decatur 
Biggers & Auten, 77 Peachtree 
Boring John M., 61 S. Forsyth 
Boyd C, 200 Jackson 
Calhoun A. W., 38 S. Broad 
Camp W. A. 38 S. Broad 

CONNALLY E. L., 

26 Whitehall 
Crawford & Owen, 14 Whitehall 
Dean T. W.. 30 Marietta 
Drake W. 0. 25 Peach tree 
Ford F. C, 156 N. Calhoua 
Ford 0. R., 10 W. Alahama 
Gardner G. W., 85 E. Oimett 
Goldsmith W. T.. 2 Marietta 
Goodman J.. 272 Marietta 

GURLEY J. W., 

67 Whitehall 
Hammond J. F , 20 Whitehall 
Hendree John, 3 B. Alabama 
Hodgson V.M. , 14 Alexander 
Johnson J. T., 30 Marietta 
Johnson S. W., 14 Loyd 
Judson W. N., 8.', Marietta 
Knott J. J., 10 W. Wall 
Lee li B., 211 Whitehall 



Logan J. P., 20 Line 
Love Wm. Abram, 81 N. Forsyth 
McFaul J. W., 432 Marietta 
Miller & Johnson, 10 W. Alabama 
Nutting C. W , 20 Decatur 
Olmsted J. C. 7 Whitehall 
Park W. T., Fair, se cor Cooper 
Parke T. D., 6 Whitehall 
Perkins J. 0., 46 Whitehall 
Pinckney C, 25 Peachtree 
Pinson A. J., 158 W. Peters 
Powell T. S., 82 S. Pryor 
Raines Thomas, 6 Fairlie 
Knuschenberg Ch., 63 Whitehall 
Ray E, S , 20 Decatur 
Ridley R. B., 25 Peachtree 
Roach E J , 149 Whitehall 
Roy G. 0., '•• Peachtree 
Russell J. B., 60 S. Broad 
Simpson C. A., 62 Whitehall 
Sims L. V., 55 Walton 
Sterling W. L., 181 Marietta 
Stovall 0., 102 Whitehall 
Taliaferro V. H.. 170 S. Pryor 
Thompson W. P>. I).. 285 E. Fair 
Todd J. S., 30 Marietta 
Westmoreland J. G., 14 Loyd 
Westmoreland & Howell, 57 Marietta 
Wilson H. L., 6 Fairlie 

WILSON JOHN STAIN- 
back, 13 Loyd 
Word R. C. 77 S. Pryor 
Wylly King, 13 E. Alabama 

[Eclectic ] 
Durham W. W.. 60 Peachtree 
Powell F. T., 58 Peachtree 
Salter S. F., 53 S. Broad 

[Homeopathic ] 

EASTMAN FRANK, 

t;j>, Whitehall 
Lichtenstadt M. L., 1 Whitehall 
Orme F. H.. 18 N. Broad 

TABER F. V., 

82 Decatur 

Pianos and Organs. 
GUILFORD <;. P., 

52 Whitehall 

PHILLIPS & CREW, 
8 and 111 Marietta 

Pictures and Frames, 
TRIMBLE & GOODMAN. 

30 Whitehall, up- stairs 



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Piers. 

[Cushings Patent.] 

W1LKINS, POST & Co., 

44 Marietta 

Planing Mills. 

[See also Saw Mills.] 
Crankshaw H. & Co , Tear 175 S. 

Forsyth 
Greeson & Stevens, Forsyth, nw cor 

Brotherton 

LONGLEY & ROBINSON, 

18 Loyd, and Butler, cor Gilmore. 
(See page 100. ) 

MURPHY A., 

73 S. Forsyth 

Plasterers. 

George & D~ake. 60 Peachtree 
Schnatz C, 7<'> N. Collins 

THROWER J. G., 

8.', Marietta [See page 33.) 
Winters W. A., 371 N. Collins 

Plows. 

[Manufacturers.] 

AVERY B. F. & SONS, 

Alabama, se cor Forsyth 

GOLDEN F. S., 

596 Marietta. (See page 92. ) 

SOU. AGRL WORKS, 

E. Ilaiman, propr; 374 to 380 Mari 
etta. (See front cover.) 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 
EICHBERG J.T., 

90 Whitehall 

FRANKLIN H., 

74 S. Broad. (See page 91.) 
Guimarin W. B., 6 Loyd 
Henson F. E., agt, 17 Loyd 

HUNNICUTT & BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 38 l'eachtree, coi 
Walton 

WOOD A. P:<& T. W., 

81 Whitehall 

Pork Packers. 
SAWTELL HENRY C, 

108 Whitehall. (See page 89. | 



Williams J. J. & Co., 17 and 19 S. 
Forsyth 

Portrait Painters. 

Guerry A., 9 Whitehall 

VAX STAVOREN J. H., 

34 Whitehall 

Powder Mills. 

[Agents.] 
Langston & Crane, 4G and 48 E. Ala- 
bama 

SYCAMORE POWDER 

CO., Tommey, Stewart & Beck, 2 
and 4 S. Pryor 

Printers. 

[Book and Job.] 

CONSTITUTION PUB. 

CO., 34 S. Broad. (See bactt fly D.) 

DICKSON H. H., 

32 S. Broad. (See back fly C.) 

HARRISON J AS. P. & CO., 

27 and 29 S. Broad. (See opp. p. 196; 

SEALS J. H. & W. B., 

24 S. Broad. (See opp. page 16 ) 

WINHAM E. L., 

Sh Marietta. (See opp. page 260.) 
[Job.] 
Bergstrom & Co., 27 E. Hunter 
Christopher W. T. 32 S. Broad 
Dodson & Scott, 38 S. Broad 
Reynolds T. S., 18 Whitehall 
Sisson V. P. & Co., 26 S Broad 

Produce and Commission. 

Barnes J. J., 49 E. Alabama 
Campbell A. A , 9 W. Alabama 
Garrett & Bro. , 50 and 52 E. Alabama 
Stokes W. F & Co., 17 E. Alabama 

Publishers. 
CONSTITUTION PUB. 

CO . 34 S. Broad. (See buck fly 0.) 

HARRISON JAS. P. CO., 

27 and 29 S. Broad. (See opp. p. 
196.) 

SEALS J.H&W. R., 

24 S. Broad. (See opp. p ige 16.) 



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any one else in the State, 26 W. Ala. (See p. 96.) 



Castle Rock Coal, SKKVfc 



thousands, always the cheapest In 
KIMBALL, 54 Alabama. 



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^. K. SHOLES, 

PUBLISHER 

Atlanta City Directory, 

AND DIRECTORIES OF 

AUGUSTA, GA.. 

CHARLESTON, S- C , 
LITTLE ROCK, ARK., 

MEMPHIS and 
NASHVILLE, TENN. 

OFFICE, 24 S. BROAD. 

Pump Manufacturers. 

Atlanta Sione, Pump and Pipe Co., 

Loyd 
Zimmerman R P., G4 S. Broad 

Pumps and Pipe. 
EICHBERG J. T., 

90 Whitehall 

HUNNICUTT& BELLIN- 

GBATHS, 30 and 38 Peachtree, cor 
Walton 

Quarries. 

Lynch P., W. end Rock 

Railings— Iron. 
JUDSON I). N., 

Alabama, se cor Loyd. (See front 
fly A.) 

Railroad Agents. 
APPLER D. W., 

3 S. Pryor 
Grasty S. G , 21 S. Pryor 
Marmaduke H. IP, 34 E. Wall 
St. George W. S., 52 E. Alabama 
Wallace C. B., room 4 Centennial 

Bldg, %\ Whitehall 

Railroad Companies. 

ATLANTA AND CHAR- 
LOTTE AIR LINE RY. CO., 56 E. 
Wall 



Atlanta and West Point K. IL, office, 

32 Loyd, cor It. R 
Central Railroad, 95 W. Mitchell 
Georgia R. R. and Banking Co., 32 

Loyd, cor R. R 

WESTERN & ATLANTIC 

RAILROAD, offices, R. R. , opp. 
Forsyth. (See top lines.) 

Railroad Iron. 

ATLA NT A ROLL I NC 

MILL CO., 492 and 494 Marietta. 

(See back paster.) 

Railroad Ticket Agents. 



Mann R. D. , 4 Kimball House 
Nunan Thomas, 4 Kimball House 

| WRENN A. B., 

agt N. C. & St. L. Ry.. Union Depot 

Real Estate. 

[Agents, Brokers and Dealers.) 
Adair G. W., 4 E. Wall 
Ansley J. A., 28 Peachtree 

BELL MARCUS A. & SON, 

3.} Whitehall, 1 Centennial Bldg 
Crenshaw J. L., 10 E. Alabama 
Fowler N. R , 9 W. Alabama 

FRIERSOX & LEAK, 

33 Marietta 
Goldsmith Turner. 11 Marietta 
Hall & Morris, 4 S. Pryor 
Hurt Joel, 44 Marietta 
Robinson J., 5 E. Alabama 

Restaurants. 

Ballard & Allen, Union Depot 
Beermann & Hape, 13 E. Alabama 

KENNY P. J., 

7 E. Alabama. (See page 93.) 

PAUSE T. ROBERT, 

14 Marietta 
Powers T., 3 Marietta 

THOMPSON R. G., 

James Bank Block, front R. R. (See 
front fly B.) 
Weinmeister C. J., 20 and 22 Marietta 

[Ladies.] 

THOMPSONS LADIES 

CAFE. 4 Whitehall. (See fly B.) 



B-uying Ticltets West' 
learn the aa vantages offered l>y the JML. &, t!. «.. K. 



PHP PPFTn.TTT Rates to or from North, East or West, apply to R. A. 
iUIl rniJJAjJll Anderson, General Freight Agent. 



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Rolling Mills. 
ATLANTA ROLLING 

MILL CO., 492 and 494 Marietta. 
(See back paster.) 

Roofers. 

[Felt, Cement aud Gravel ] 
Smith 0. A., 15 N. Forsyth 

[Slate.] 
Davis E. & Co., 39 S. Broad 
[Tin.] 

HUNNICUTT & BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 38 Peachtree, cor 

Walton 

Roofs. 

[Wrought Iron ] 

WILKINS, POST& CO., 

44 Marietta 

Saddles and Harness. 

Curran & Poindexter, 22 W. Alabama 

Davis S. H., 5 .Marietta 

Maxwell J. R., 51 S. Broad 

Miller D. S„ 80 Whitehall 

Morgan 1).. 96 Whitehall 

Rogers (>. C, 45 Peachtree 

Saloons. 
BASWELL J. C, 

10 Marietta 
Bender W., 48 W. Hunter 
Berron P., 10 N. Forsyth 
Big Bonanza, 5 Decatur 
Breitenbucher P., 12 and 14 Whitehall 
Broad J.. 76 S. Broad 

BUHLER ERNST, 

18 Whitehall 

BurkT., 123 Decatur 

Carroll 0. C.,44 S. Pryor 

Carroll P , 32 Marietta 

Cooper C A , Marietta, n of limits 

Crockett J. & Co., ns Decatur, nr Ran- 
dolph 

CrusselleT. G. W., 1 Peachtree rd 

Domini A., 123 Whitehall 

Domini J., 19 Whitehall 

Doonan F., 120 Marietta 

Downing J. M., 236 Decatur 

Evans& Loftus, Marietta, n of limits 

F»chter E., 427 W. Peters 

Fulsom L. B , 13 E.Alabama 



Gershon A., 34 Decatur 
Grady T. F., 63 E. Alabama 
Griffin J. L., 97 Whitehall 
Hamilton J. J.. 52 Decitur 
Harris J. W., 13 Peachtree 
Hentschel G., 61 E. Alabama 
Hightower Spencer (c), 310 Decatur 
Hunter & South, 462 Marietta 

INTERNATIONAL SA- 
LOON, H. Herter, 16 Whitehall 
Jentzen & Graefer, 13 Whitehall 
Jentzen J H., 131 Whitehall 
Johnson V. H., 9 Decatur 

KARWISCH H., 

91 and 93 Decatur 
Kelley J., Wall, cor Pryor 

KENNY P. J., 

7 E. Alabama. (See page 93.) 
Kile W. a, 40 S. Broad 
Kimball House Bar 
Loyall R. J., 3 Peachtree 
Ma! ra M. J., 91 Ga. R. R 
Mason & Weaver 204 Marietta 
McNamara P., 218 Decatur 
Martin T. R., 588 Marietta 
Meister P. A. B., 40 Decatur 
Nelly & Maher, 4 E. Wall 
O'Connor D. A.. Markham House 
Owens H. P., Gordon, cor Lee, W. E 

PAUSE T. ROBERT, 

14 Marietta 
Pease 0. Lee, se cor Gordon, W. E 
PeelJ., 10 8. Broad 
Richter F., 8 and 10 E. Hunter 
Sanders & Harris. 19 Marietta 
Sewell & Curtis, 215 W. Peters 
Stewart G. B., 165 W. Peters 
Stewart & Higgins, 102 8. Broad 
Teat J., 252 Marietta 
Tiller James. 94 \V. Peters 
Thurman & Tripp, 210 Marietta 
Trimble P. M. Mrs., 23 W. Mitchell 
Weaver J. M., 142 Marietta 
Werner Herman, 359 W. Peters 
Williams IT. W. (c), 16 W. Alabama 
Wooding H. W. & Co., 10 Peachtree 

Saws. 

[Circular.] 

TOMMEY, STEWART & 

BECK, 2 and 4 S. Pryor. (See front 
paster.) 



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Scales. 

[Platform.] 

BUFFALO SCALE CO., 

Tommey, Stewart & Beck, 2 and 4 
S. Pryor. (See front paster.) 

Schools and Academies. 

[Private.] 
Clark University, 377 Whitehall 

CONVENT OF THE Im- 
maculate CONCEPTION, es 
Loyd, het E. Hunter and E. Mitch- 
ell. (See pajre 12.) 

Gilbert Kate C. Mrs., 386 Luckie 

McCandless F. A. Mrs., 58 Washing- 
ton 

Mall S. Mrs., 109 Man gum 

Parish School (c), Lavinia Wimbish 
prin.; 248 E. Cain 

Payne C. A. Mrs., 158 Luckie 

Shiloh A. M. E. School (c), Henry E. 
Watson, teacher; Tnurmond, ne cor 
Haynes 

Seeds. 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 
Anderson J. H. & Co., 16 Loyd 
ColeM. & Co., 2 Whitehall 

JOHNSON MARK W. & 

CO., 9 Whitehall. (See page 88.) 

Sewing Machines and 
Agents. 

Bell F. k Co.. 31 Marietta 

DOMESTIC SEWING MA- 
CHINES, Craige&Co.. 43 White- 
hall 

THE SINGEB MANUFAC- 
TURING CO.. G. W. Leonard, man- 
ager; 42 Marietta 

WHEELER & W I L S O N 

MANUFACTURING CO., 58 White- 
hall 

WHITE SEWING MA- 
CHINES, J. D. & T. F. Smith, agts; 
59 S. Broad 

Sheet Iron Workers. 

GIFFORD J. A., 

222 Marietta. (See page 85.) 



Shirt Manufacturers. 
SHROPSHIRE ED. F., 

454 Penchtree. (See bottom lines 
and back of title.) 

Show Cases. 

[Manufacturers.] 

McBRIDE& CO., 

11 and 13 N. Pryor 

Silver and Plated Ware- 
LAWSHE ER, 

47 Whitehall. (See top lines.) 

MILLER G. H., 

39 Whitehall. (See opp. p. 261.) 

Soap. 

[Manufacturers.] 
Hitchcock S. C, office, 21 S. Broad 

[Agents.] 
Hunter W. H., 37 S. Broad 

Spice Mills. 
GEORGIA SPICE MILLS, 

J. F. Burke & Co.. propre. 105 S. 
Pryor. (See page 90.) 

Stables. 

[Livery, Board and Sale.] 
Flynn J., 16 S. Broad 
Jones O. H., 57 Loyd 

REDD J. F., 

22 and 24 W. Alabama. (See p. 95.) 

TAYLOR CLINT, 

5*4 and 56 S. Pryor. (See page 96.) 

Stationers. 

[Wholesale and Retail.] 

BURKE & HANCOCK, 

4 Marietta and 26 E. Alabama 

LYNCH & THORNTON, 

5 Whitehall. (See back fly C.) 

RICHARDS J. J. & S. P., 

37 Whitehall 

Stencil Cutters. 

Fairbanks C. F., 9 Whitehall 



HATS 

23 



AND CAPS 



at bottom prices at COHEN 4b 
SEUG'S, 23 WHITEHALL. 



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Stenographers. 



BRISCOE A. C., 

10 E.Alabama. (See front fly B.) 

Stereotypers. 

ATLANTA ELECTRO- 
TYPE FOUNDliY, Behrens. Meiuke 
& Harder*, proprs*; Mitchell, ne cor 
Pryor. (See page 94.) 

Stock Yards and Dealers. 

Langston & Bellinger. 59 W. Cain 

SAWTELL & CO., 

Mitchell, sw cor C. R. R 

\ 

Stone Yards. 

"Walsh James, 73 E. Alabama 

Stoves and Tin- Ware. 
EICHBERG J. T., 

90 Whitehall 

FRANKLIN H., 

74 S. Broad. (.See page 91 ) 

HUNNICUTT & BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 38 Peachtree, cor 
Walton 
Phillips J. W. & Co., 26 Marietta 

STEWART & FAIN, 

69 Whitehall 
Warlick J. & Sons, 61 and 63 Peachtree 

WOOD A. P. & T. W., 

81 Whitehall 

Surgical Institutes. 
NATIONAL SURGICAL 

rNSTP UTE. Alabama, nw cor Pryor 

SOUTHERN USRGICAL 

INSTITUTE, J. W. Gurley, propr; 
67 Whitehall 

Tailors — Merchant. 
DYKEMAN H. E., 

27 Whitehall 

JONES JOHN G., 

1 E. Alabama. (See back coiner.) 

Tailors and Repairers. 

Carroll M. C, 14 E. Wall 
Champe T. C, 58 Peachtree 



Finch W. (c), 13 Whitehall 
McMaster M., 95 Decatur 
Marcus M. 15 Peachtree 
O'Donnelly J., 9 E. Hunter 
Pinckney J. M. (c), 43 Peachtree 
Roe A. E., 4 E. Alabama 
Tischmann A , 78£ Whitehall 
Wal^eman W.. 65 Peachtree 
Weaber Nicholas, 32 W. Peters 

Tallow and Lard. 

[Manufacturers.] 
Vickers A. J.. 45 Foster 

Teas and Coffees- 

Wolfe H.. 84 Whitehall 

Teacher of Languages. 
GAILMARD CHARLES F., 

58 Simpson. (See p. 12.) 

Telegraph Companies. 

Western Union, 6 E. Wall 

Terra Cotta Works. 

Pelligrini & Castleberry, es Chapel, s of 
Brick 

Tinners. 

HallJ. W., 288 W. Peters 
Hart R. W., 9 E. Hunter 
Wilson R. K , 248 Decatur 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 

Workers. 
HUNNICUTT & BELLIN- 

GRATHS, 36 and 38 Peachtree, cor 
Walton 

Toilet Articles. 
DANIEL & MARSH, 

11 Decatur. (See front paster.) 

HUNT, RANKIN & LA- 

MAR, 20 Decatur, cor Pryor. (See 
back cover.) 

Tombstones. 
GRAY WILLIAM, 

77 Alabama 

JUDSON D. N., 

Alabama, se cor Loyd. (See front 
fly A.) 

Transfers. 

Ballard W. J., Union Depot 



UNDERTAKING i:Br -^RkSSSSF&t&Xl 1 **** 



Castle Rock Coal, the *3#&vS8SSM 



market. 
Alabama and 72 Marietta. 



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Trunks, Valises, etc. 
CLARKE L. IL, 

<i Whitehall. (See front over. ) 

COHENS 8ELIG, 

23 Whi.ehall (See page 85.) 
Liebernrui L . 92 Whitehall 

STE I X H E I M E R & KREIS- 

LE, 80 Whitehall. (See page 392.) 

Trusses. 

[Merck's Pat.] 

BROWNS \V. G., 

33j Whitehall 

Turkish Baths. 
WILSON J. STAINBACK, 

13 Loyd. (See page 87.) 

Turn Tables. 

[Manufacturers.] 

WILKINS, POST & CO., 

44 Marietta 

Umbrellas and Canes. 

CLARKE L. II., 

6 Whitehall. (See front cover). 

Undertakers. 
BLILEY F. X., 

20 W. Alabama. (See page 96.) 

BOHNEFELD CHARLES, 

37 Marietta. (See page 98.) 

COLES H. (c), 

179£ Marietta. (See page 93.) 
Swift C. H., agt, 37 Loyd 

Upholsterers. 

Ergenzinger A., 12 E. Hunter 
Gay E. (c), 125 Whitehall 
Mann Andrew, 49 E. Alabama 
Morrison F. B., 33 Marietta 

Wagon Manufacturers. 
FINNEY A. T., 

13 S. Broad and 12 S. Forsyth. 

(See page 91. > 
Forrest C. (c), 18 Porters al 
Karr J. M., 1 Peachtree rd 
McAllister J. 1., 70 Decatur 



RIVERS JOSEPH S. 

(c), 183 Marietta. (See page 91.) 

TANNER IRVIN, 

20 Porters al. (See page 38.) 

Wagon Yards. 

Clarke & Austin, 105 Decatur 
Haslett .1 Johnston. 170 W. Peters 
Morris C. M , 115 Decatur 

Wall Paper. 
McKENZIE A. B., 

45 S. Pryor 

Warehouses. 

[See Cotton Warehouses.] 

Watches, Clocks and Jew- 
elry. 

[See also Jewelers.] 
Everett A. R. , 6 Marietta 
Doyle G. W., 28 Marietta 
Gerbie J. C. , 25 Peachtree- 
H^ynes W. A.. 10 Marietta 
Kelly B., 12 Ivy 

LAWSHE ER, 

47 Whitehall. (See top lines. ) 
Pharr B. Y., 202 Marietta 

S. L. SOLOMONSON, 

—DEALER IX— 



qfi$${*> ijMsfi**, ftmty* 

SPECTACLES. ETC, ETC. 

The Manufacture of Hair Goods a 
Specialty. 

31 WHITEHALL ST., ATLANTA. 

Stilson Fred J., 53 Whitehall 

Watch Makers. 

[Practical.] 

BOOKOUT J. M., 

21 Whitehall 

SOLOMONSON S. L., 

81 Whitehalll. (See front cover. 



PASSENGERS 



GO WT^ST with fewer changes via _ 
O. 3FL. XI. than by toy other route. 



TOC■C , PTT'D J? Speed, Safety and Comfort, buy Tickets via THE 
w^v« U XV Hi KENMESAW ROUTE, B.W. Wrenn, Gen. Pass Agt 



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Water Companies. 

Atlanta Water Works Co., 6 E. Wall 

Water and Wind Engines. 
HOWELL J. R., 

21 S. Broad 

Window Glass. 

[See also Paints, Oils, &c] 

ASHLEY W. G., 

33 S. Broad. (See page 94.] 

HART F. W., 

30 S. Broad 

LONGLEY & ROBINSON, 

18 Loyd. (See page 100.) 



Wines. 

Ford A., 00 S. Broad 

Wood Dealers. 

BridwellM. L., 219 Decatur 

GREER R. S., 

170 Decatur. (Successor to J. 

Prisock.) 
Harrison it Bro., 31 Decatur 
Perdue John (c), ns Henry, w of Elliott 

SCIPLE & SONS, 

59 Decatur , 

SHUMATE R. C, 

3G Castleberry 
Wilson W. S. & Bro., 25 N. Broad . 




1873 



IR/.A.IXj'W.A.ir. 



CONNE CTION C OMPLETE. 

Only Direct all Rail Route to Little Rock, Newport, Hot Springs, Arkadelphia, 
Fulton, Texarkana. Jefferson. Shreveport. Marshall, Dallas, Sherman, Denison, 
Waco, Houston, Richmond, Columbus, San Antonio, Galveston, and all inter- 
mediate points in Arkansas and Texas. 

DIRECT CONNECTION ^rsMKIT " ith 

Iron ItIo-uLi3.t«.iaa. riailroad, 

jg^Passengers reach Jacksonport and Batesville via Newport, and Searcy 
via Kensett ; Pine Bluff via Little Rock, and Clarendon and Augusta via 
Brinkley. 

Also in same depot, at Argenta, with trains on Little Rock and Fort Smith 
Railroad for Russellville, Dardanelle, Van Buren, Fort Smith, etc. 

B^,Pullman' s Palace Sleeping Care on all night trains. °1ga 

Ask for tickets via Memphis. 
M. S.JAY, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't, Little Rock. 
™ ' M. B. PRICHARO, Genl Manager, Little Rock. 



SHROPSHIRE'S SHIRTS 



are made especially for the party who 
orders them. 



LIST OF U. S. POST OFFICES 



OF THE SOUTHERN STATES. 



ARRANGED ALPHABETIC A LLY. 



Alabama. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post- office. 


County. 






Bean's Gap 


Cleburne 


Broomtown 


Cherokee 


Post-office. 


County. 


Beaver Creek 


Dale 


Brown's 


Dallas 






Beaver Dale 


Sanford 


Brownsboro' 


Madison 


Abbeville 


Henry 


Beaver Valley 


St. Clair 


Brown's Creek 


Winston 


Aberfoil 


Bullock 


Bellefonte 


Jackson 


Brownsville 


Jefferson 


Abernethy 


Cleburne 


Belleville 


Conecuh 


Bruceville 


Bullock 


Acron 


Hale 


Bell Factory 


Madison 


Brundigee 


Pike 


Addison 


Tuscaloosa 


Bell's Landing 


Monroe 


Bruner" 


Calhoun 


Alabama Furnace Talladega 


Bell's Mill 


Cleburne 


Brush Creek 


Perry 


Alexander City 


Tallapoosa 


Bennett Station 


Sumter 


Buck Horn 


Pike 


Alexandria 


Calhoun 


Bennettsville 


Etowah 


Buck Snort 


Fayette 


Allen's Factory 


Marion 


Benton 


Lownd e s 


Buena Vista 


Monroe 


A Hew ton 


Wilcox 


Berkley 


Mad 'son 


Buffalo 


Chambers 


Allsborough 


Colbert 


Bethany 


Pickens 


Bulger's Mills 


Tallapoosa 


Almond 


Randolph 


Bethel 


Wilcox 


Bull Mountain 


Marion 


Alpine 


Talladega 


Beulah 


Lee 


Bullock 


Crenshaw 


Andalusia 


Covington 


Bexar 


Marion 


Burkville 


Lowndes 


Anderson f'r'k 


Lauderdale 


Bibb Mill Station 


Bibb 


Burleson 


Franklin 


Andrews Institute DeKalb 


Bibbville 


Bibb 


Burnsvilln 


Dallas 


Anniston 


Calhoun 


Big Coon 


Jackson 


Burnt Corn 


Monroe 


Antioch 


Pickens 


Big Creek 


Geneva 


Bursonville 


Monroe 


Apple Grove 


Morgan 


Birmingham 


Jefierson 


Butler 


Choctaw 


Arbacoochee 


Cleburne 


Black Oak 


DeKalb 


Butler Springs 


Butler 


Arbor Vitre 


Bullock 


Bladen Springs 


Choctaw 


Cahaba 


Dallas 


Argo 


Jefferson 


Blake's Ferry 


Randolph 


Caldwell 


St. Clair 


Areas 


Crenshaw 


Bloomfleld 


Madison 


Calera 


Shelby 


Arkadelphia 


Walker 


Bloomingdale 


Chambers 


Calhoun 


Lowndes 


Ashland 


Clay 


Bloomington Grove 


Callierville 


Chilton 


Ashville 


St. Clair 




Sanford 


Cambridge 


Dallas 


Atalla 


Etowah 


Blount Springs 


Blount 


*CanWen 


Wilcox 


'Athens 


Limestone 


Blountsville 


Blount 


Camp Hill 


Tallapoosa 


*Auburn 


Lee 


Blue Lick 


Franklin 


Gamp smith 


Colbert 


Aurora 


Etowah 


Bluff Spring 


Clay 


Camp Spring 


Lawrence 


Autaugavillc 


Autauga 


Boley Springs 


Fayette 


Cane Creek 


Calhoun 


Avoca 


Lawrence 


Boligee 


Greene 


Carroll ton 


Pickens 


Bakers Hill 


Barbour 


Boiling 


Butler 


Carter's Store 


Randolph 


Ball Flat 


Cherokee 


Borden Springs 


Cleburne 


Carthage 


Hall 


Ball Play 


Etowah 


Boyd 


Walker 


Castleberry 


Conecuh 


Balm 


Blount 


Boyd's Switch 


Jackson 


Cave Spring 
Cedar Bluff 


Fayette 


Bangor 


Blount 


Bradford 


i loosa 


Cherokee 


Barnes' X Roads 


Dale 


Braggs 


Lowndes 


Cedar Grove 


Jefferson 


Barnesville 


Marion 


Branch ville 


St. Clair 


Cedar Plains 


Morgan 
Cherokee 


Barton 


Colbert 


Brandon 


DeKalb 


Cedar Springs 


Bartonville 


Walker 


Brewtown 


Escambia 


Central Institute Slmore 


I la shams' Gab 


Morgan 


Bridgeport 


Jackson 


Center 


Cherokee 


Hashi 


Clarke 


Bridgeton 


Shelby 


Center Hill 


Limestone 


Bass Station 


Jackson 


Brldgeville 


Pickens 


Center Line 


Franklin 


Batesvllle 


Barbour 


Brock's Gap 


Jefferson 


renter Star 


Lauderdale 


Buy Minette 


Baldwin 


Broken Arrow 


St. Clair 


Centerville 


Bibb 


Bayou Labatre 


Mobile 


Brooklyn 


Conecuh 


Chalk Bluff 


Marion 


Beach Grove 


Walker 


Brooksville 


Blount 


Chanahatchee 


Elmore 



Money Order Offices. 



Post-offices — Ala bam a . 



Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Chapel Hill 


Chambers 


Dead Level 


Clark 


Georgiana 


Butler 


Chepultepec 


Blount 


D'Armersville 


Calhoun 


Gibsonville 


Clay 


Cherokee 


Colbert 


*Decatur 


Morgan 


Gilbertsborough Limestone 


Chestnut Creek 


Chilton 


Deer Park 


Washington 


Glen Allen 


Fayette 


Chickasabogue 


Mobile 


Deetsville 


Elmore 


Glenville 


Barbour 


Chickasaw 


Colbert 


Delta 


Clay 


Glover's Ferry 


Jefferson 


Childersburg 


Talladega 


Democrat 


Walker 


Gold Hill 


Lee 


China Grove 


Pike 


*Demopolis 


Marengo 


Gold Mine 


Marion 


Chisenhall Mills Jackson 


Dent 


Walker 


Goldville 


Tallapoosa 


Choctaw Corner 


Clark 


De Sotoville 


Choctaw 


Good Hope 


Elmore 


Christania 


Randolph 


Detroit 


San ford 


Good Springs 


Limestone 


Chub Hill 


Franklin 


Dickson 


Colbert 


Good water 


Coosa 


Chulafinnee 


Cleburne 


Dodsonville 


Jackson 


Good Way 


Escambia 


Chunchula 


Mobile 


Doth am 


Henry 


Gordo 


Pickens 


Churubusco 


Franklin 


Douglasville 


Escambia 


Gordon 


Henry 


Citronelle 


Mobile 


Dry Cove 


Jackson 


Gosport 


Clark 


Claiborne 


Monroe 


Dublin 


Fayette 


Grand Bay 


Mobilo 


Clanton 


Chilton 


Ouck Springs 


Etowah 


Grantley 


Cleburne 


Clay Hill 


Marengo 


Dudleyville 


Tallapoosa 


Grantville 


Cherokee 


Clayton 


Barbour 


Dumas' Store 


Wilcox 


Gravella 


Conecuh 


Clear Creek 


Chilton 


Easta Boga 


Talladega 


Gravelly Spring 


Lauderdale 


Clear Crook Falls Winston 


Eastonville 


St. Clair 


Gray Chapel 


Jackson 


ClemontDepot 


Tuscaloosa 


Echo 


Dale 


Greenbrier 


Limestone 


Clifton 


Wilcox 


Eden 


St. Clair 


Green Grove 


Madison 


Clinton 


Greene 


Edwardsville 


Cleburne 


Green Hill 


Lauderdale 


Clintonville 


Coffee 


Elamville 


Barbour 


Green Pond 


Bibb 


Clio 


Barbour 


Elba 


Coffee 


*Greensboro' 


Hale 


Clopton 


Dale 


Eldridge 


Walker 


Greensport 


St. CI ail- 


Clough's Store 


Macon 


Elizabeth 


Coffee 


Green Springs 


Hale 


Oluttsville 


Madison 


Elkmont 


Limestone 


*Greenville 


Butler 


Coalflre 


Pickens 


Elmore 


Elmore 


Greenwood 


Etowah 


Coatopa 


Sumter 


Elyton 


Jefferson 


Grove Cottage 


Perry 


Coffee Springs 


Geneva 


Emuckfaw 


Tallapoosa 


Grove Hi ' 1 


Clark 


Coffeeville 


Clark 


Enon 


Bullock 


Grove Oak 


DeKalb 


Cokerville 


Monroe 


Epes Station 


Sumter 


Guerrytown 


Bullock 


Cold Water 


Cleburne 


Equality 


Coosa 


Gum Spring 


Blount 


Cole's Mills 


Clay 


Escatawoa 


Washington 


Guntei sville 


Marshall 


Col eta 


Clay 


Estill's Fork 


Jackson 


Gurleyville 


Madisor 


Collinsville 


DeKalb 


*Eufaula 


Barbor 


Hackneyville 


Tallapoosa 


Coloma 


Cherokee 


Eureka 


Talladega 


Haden's 


Madison 


Columbia 


Henry 


*Eutaw 


Greene 


Haley' 


Marion 


Columbiana 


Shelby 


Evergreen 


Conecuh 


Hallsville 


Pike 


Commerce 


Conecuh 


Fackler 


Jackson 


Hamburgh 


Perry 


Concord 


Lawrence 


F; irfield 


Covington 


Hampden 


Marengo 


Connersville 


Jefferson 


Fairview 


St. Clair 


Hanby's Mill 


Walker 


Coosada Station 


Elmore 


Falkville 


Morgan 


Hanceville 


Blount 


Corn Grove 


Calhoun 


Farmersville 


Lowndes 


Handy 


Fayette 


Corn House 


Randolph 


Fatama 


Wilcox 


Harlan 


Clay 


Cotton Hill 


Barbour 


Faunsdale 


Marengo 


Harmonius 


Jackson 


Cotton's Store 


Elmore 


Fayette C. H. 


Fayette 


Harris 


Barbour 


Cottonville 


Marshall 


Fernvale 


Tuscaloosa 


Harrisburgh 


Bibb 


Cottonwood 


Henry 


Ferryviile 


St. Clair 


Harris Station 


Limestone 


Courtland 


Lawrence 


Fish Pond 


Tallapoosa 


Hartsell's 


Morgan 


Covington 


Lauderdale 


Fitzpatrick 


Bullock 


Hatchechubbee 


Russell 


Cowles Station 


Macon 


Flat Rock 


Clay 


Havanna 


Hale 


Cowpens 


Tallapoosa 


Flora 


Bullock 


Haw Ridge 


Dale 


Cox's Miil 


Barbour 


Florence 


Lauderdale 


Hayes 


Tuscaloosa 


Coxville 


Etowah 


Forest Home 


Butler 


Haye's Siore 


Madison 


Crane Hill 


Winston 


Forkland 


Greene 


Hayneville 


Lowndes 


Cr - wford 


Russell 


Fort Deposit 


Lowndes 


Haysville 


Greene 


Crewsville 


Coosa 


Fort Mitchell 


Russell 


Hazle Green 


Madison 


Crooked Creek 


Winston 


Fort Payne 


DeKalb 


Headland 


Henry 


Cropwell 


St. Clair 


Fosters 


Tuscaloosa 


Helena 


Shelby 


Cross Plains 


Calhoun 


P'ox Creek 


Randolph 


Helicon 


Crenshaw 


Cross .ille 


DeKalb 


Francisco 


Jackson 


Henderson 


Pike 


Cuba Station 


Sumter 


Franconia 


Pickens 


Hendrick 


Blount 


(Pullman 


Blount 


Frankfort 


Franklin 


Henrysville 


Marshall 


Curenton's Bridge Henry 


Fredonia 


Chambers 


Hickman 


Tuscaloosa 


Cusseta 


Chambers 


Gadsden 


Etowah 


Hickory Flat 


Chambers 


*Dadeville 


Tallapoosa 


Gainestown 


Clark 


High Falls 


Geneva 


Da eville 


Dale 


Gainesville 


Sumter 


Highland 


Shelby 


Danville 


Morgan 


Gandy's Cove 


Morgan 


High Shoals 


Randolph 


Daphne 


Baldwin 


Garden 


Pickens 


Hiilabee 


Clay 


Davis Creek 


Fayette 


Garland 


Butler 


Hillian's Store 


Marshall 


Davis X Roads 


Cherokee 


Garrison Point 


Walker 


Hilliardsville 


Henry 


Daviston 


Tallapoosa 


Gaston 


Sumter 


Hillsborough 


Lawrence 


Day's Mill 


Bibb 


Gaylesville 


Cherokee 1 


Hoke Bluff 


Etowah 


Dayton 


Marengo 


Geneva 


Geneva 1 


Holly Grove 


Walker 



* Money Order Offices. 



Post-offices — Alabama. 



Post-office. 



County. Post-office. 



Houoraville Crenshaw 

Hooper's Mills Cleburne 

Houston Winston 
Howell's X Roads Cherokee 

Hull Tuscaloosa 

"Hunts vllle Madison 

Hurdville Russell 

Idaho Clay 

[ddo Pike 

Ireland Hill Marion 

lronville Perry 

Isney Choctaw 

Jackson Clark 

Jackson's Gap Tallapoosa 

Jacksonville Calhoun 

Jamison Chilton 

Jasper Walker 

Jayville Conecuh 

Jefferson Marengo 

Jefferson Mines Jefferson 

Jen. i Tuscaloosa 

Jenkins Calhoun 

Jericho Perry 

Jernigan Russell 

Jewell Sanford 

Johnson's Mill Marion 

Jonesborough Jefferson 

Jones Chapel Winston 

Jones X Roads Tallapoosa 

Kansas Walker 

Kelly's Creek St. Clair 

Kellyton Coosa 

Kemp's Creek Cleburne 

Kempsville Monroe 

Kennamer Cove Marshall 

Kennedale Tuscaloosa 

Kings Barbour 

Kingston Autauga 

Kinlock Lawrence 

Kirby's Creek Jackson 

Kirk's Grove Cherokee 

Knoxville Greene 

Kowaliga Elmore 

Kymulga Talladega 

Lacey's Spring Morgan 

Ladiga Calhoun 

Lafayette Chambers 

Lake View Covington 

Lamar Randolph 

Lamberta Baldwin 

I.andersville Lawrence 

Langston Jackson 

Larissa Winston 

Larkin's Fork Jackson 

Larkinsville Jackson 

Lawrence Cove Morgan 

Lawrenceville Henry 

Lebanon DeKalb 

Leesburg Cherokee 

Leighton Colbert 

Leled Lane Tuscaloosa 

Leon Crenshaw 

Letohatchee Lowndes 

Level Road Randolph 

Lewis station Escambia 

Lexington Lauderdale 

Linchburg Pickens 

Lincoln Talladega 

Linden Marengo 

Lineville Clay 

Linwood Pike 

Lisbon Jefferson 

Little Oak Pike 

Littlesville Winston 

Little Warrior Blount 

Live Oak Crenshaw 

Livingston Sumter 

Loachapoka Lee 



County. 



Lomax Chilton 

Long Island Jackson 

Longview Shelby 

Looxapalila Sanford 

Louina Randolph 

Louisville Barbour 

Lower Peach Tree Wilcox 
Lowndesborough Lowndes 
Luther's Store Marengo 

McCalla Jefferson 

McConnell's Tuscaloosa 

McKinley Marengo 

McKnight's Chambers 

Macon's Hale 

Madison X Road Madison 
Madison Station Madison 
Magnolia Marengo 

Manningham Butler 

Maple Grove Cherokee 

Maplesville Chilton 

Marble Valley Coosa 

Marcumville Tuscaloosa 
Marion Perry 

Marion Junction Dallas 

Marshall Calhoun 

Martin's X Roads Calhoun 
Martin's Station Dallas 

Mathews Montgomery 

Maynard Cove Jackson 

Maysville Madison 

Mechanicsville Lee 

Mellow Valley Clay 

Melton Mills Tallapoosa 
Meltonsville Marshall 

Memphis Pickens 

Meridianville Madison 

Midway Bullock 

Military Springs Sanford 
Miller's Stand Winston 

Millport Sanford 

Millr> Washington 

Milltown Chambers 

Millville Geneva 

Milner Randolph 

Minter Dallas 

Mitchell's Station Bullock 
*Mobile Mobile 

Monroeville Monroe 

Mount Calm Fayette 

Monterey Butler 

Montevallo Shelby 

♦Montgomery Montgomery 
Moore's Bridge Tuscaloosa 
Mooresville Limestone 

Morgan's Springs Perry 

Morganville Lowndes 

Morris Jefferson 

Morrowville Dallas 

Morvin Clarke 

Moscow Sanford 

MottsMill Lee 

Moulton Lawrence 

Mountain Creek Chilton 
Mountain Home Lawrence 
Mount Andrew Barbour 

Mt. Carmel Montgomery 
Mount Hebron Greene 

Mount Hilliad Bullock 

Mount Hope Lawrence 

Mount Ida Crenshaw 

Mount Jefferson Lee 

Mount Lookout St. Clair 
Mount Meigs Montgomery 
Mount Olive Coosa 

Mount Pinson Jefferson 

Mount Pleasant Monroe 
Mount Polk Calhoun 

Mount. Roszell Limestone 

» Money Order Offices. 



Post-office. 



County. 



Mount Sterling Choctaw 

Mount Vernon Mobile 

VIount Willing Lowndes 

MullM'i'-y Autauga 

Munford Talladega 
Murphree's Valley Blount 

JNanafalia Marengo 

Nclsonville Franklin 

Ni'ttleborough Clarke 

Newbern Hale 

Newburg Franklin 

New Castle Jefferson 

New Hope Madison 

New Lexington Tuscaloosa 

New Market Madison 

New Marrs Bibb 

New Moon Cherokee 

New River Fayette 

New Site Tallapoosa 

Newton Dale 

Newtonville Fayette 

Newtopia Barbour 
Newton Academy Monroe 
Nicholson's Gap DeKalb 
Nicholson's Store Choctaw 

Nixburg Coosa 

North Creek Fayette 

North Port Tuscaloosa 

North River Tuscaloosa 

Noptasulga Macon 

Oakfuskee Cleburne 

Oak Hill Etowah 

Oakland Lauderdale 

Oak Level Cleburne 

Oak Lone Cleburne 

Oakmulgee Perry 

Oak Ridge Jefferson 

Oakville Lawrence 

Oaky Streak Butler 

Octagon Marengo 

Odunville St. Clair 

Oleander Marshall 
Olmsted Station Tuscaloosa 

Olney Pickens 

Oluste Creek Pike 

Omaha Randolph 

*Opelika Lee 

Oregon Jefferson 

Oregonia Tuscaloosa 

Orion Pike 

Orrville Dallas 

Osanippa Chambers 

Oswichee Russell 

Otho Henry 

Oto Talladega 

Owen's X Roads Madison 

Oxford Calhoun 

Oxmoor Jefferson 

Ozark Dale 

Paint Rock Jackson 

Palestine Cleburne 

Palmetto Pickens 

Palo Fayette 

Park's Store Jackson 

Partridge Jefferson 

Pea River Barbour 

Pearce's Mills Marion 

Pearson's Mills Madison 

Peek's Hill Calhoun 

Pelham Shelby 

Perdido Baldwin 

Perdue Hill Monroe 

Perote Bullock 

Perryville Perry 

Pettsville Limestone 

Pickensville Pichens 

Pigeon Creek Butler 
Pike Road Montgomery 



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Pikeville 
Pilgrim's Rest 
Pikneyville 
Pine Apple 
Pine Forest 
Pine Hill 



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Marion 
Fayette 
Clay 
Wilcox 
St. Clair 
Wilcox 



Pine Level Montgomery 

Pine Tucky Perry 

Pineville Marengo 

Plantersville Dallas 

Pleasant Gap Cherokee 
Pleasant Grove Pickens 

Pleasant Hill Dallas 

Pleasant Ridge Greene 

Pleasant Site Franklin 

Point Clear Baldwin 

Pollard Escambia 

Pondville Bibb 

Poplar Ridge Madison 

Porterville DeKalb 

Portland Dallas 

Pottersville Pike 

Prairie Blufl Wilcox 

Prattville Autauga 

Pride Station Colbert 

Princeton Jackson 

Propell Shelby 

Providence Pickens 

Pushmataha Choctaw 

Rabbittown Calhoun 

Radfordsville Perry 

Raif Branch Montgomery 

Ramer Montgomery 

Ramsey Sumter 

Randolph Bibb 

Rawhide Lauderdale 

Red Apple Marshall 

Red Bud Etowah 

Red Hill Marshall 

Red Level Covington 

Redder's Mill Barbour 

Reform Pickens 

Pehoboth Wilcox 

Reid's Gap Walker 

Richmond Dallas 

Ringgold Cherokee 

River Mills Dale 

Roanoke Randolph 
Robbins X Roads Jefferson 

Rock Creek Colbert 

Rockdale Randolph 

Rock ford Coosa 

Rock Mills Randolph 

Rocy Mount Clay 

Rocky Plains Winston 

Rodentown DeKalb 

Rogersville Lauderdale 

Rome Covington 

Romulus Tuscaloosa 

Rosebud Wilcox 

Rose Hill Covington 

Rosewood Cleburne 
Round Mountain Cherokee 

Round Pond St Clair 

Rural Clarke 

Russellville Franklin 

Rutledge Crenshaw 

Ryan Creek Winston 

St. Clair Lowndes 

St. Elmo Mobile 

St. Stephens Washington 

St. Store Colbert 

Salem Lee 

Sal Soda Crenshaw 

Saluda Sanford 

Sand Mountain DeKalb 

Sand Rock Cherokee 

Sand Tuck Elmore 



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Santa Jackson 

Sapulga Conecuh 

Saville Crenshaw 

Sawyerville Hale 

Scottsborough Jackson 

Scottsville Bibb 

Seale's Station Russell 

Seaton Talladega 

Sedan Wilcox 

*Selma Dallas 

Shackleville Butler 

Sharon Chambers 

Sheffield Fayette 
Shelby Iron Works Shelby 

Sherman Sumter 

Shiloh Marengo 

Shinbone Clay 

Shirley Covington 

Shorter's Depot Macon 

Shorterville Henry 

Shottsville Marion 

Siluria Shelby 

Silver Run Talladega 
Sipsey Turnpike 

[Tuscaloosa 

Six Mile Bibb 

Skipperville Dale 

Slate Hill Randolph 

Smallwood Tuscaloosa 

Smith Station Lee 

Smithville Henry 
Snowdown Montgomery 

Snow Hill Wilcox 

Society Hill Macon 

Somerville Morgan 

Southern Marshall 

South Florence Colbert 

South Hill DeKalb 

South Lowell Walker 

Sparta Conecuh 

Spencer Fayette 

Springfield Greene 

Spring Garden Cherokee 

Spring Valley Colbert 

Springville St. Clair 

Spruce Pine Franklin 

Statesville Autanga 

Steele's Depot St. Clair 

Sterling Cherokee 

Stevenson Jackson 

Stewart Station Hale 

Stewartvllle Coosa 

Stockton Baldwin 

Stone Hill Cleburne 

Stonewall Cherokee 

Strasburgh Chilton 

Strata Crenshaw 

Sturdevant Tallapoosa 

Suggsville Clark 

Summerfield Dallas 

Summitt Blount 

Suspension Bullock 

Sweet Water Marengo 

Sycamore Talladega 

Sykes' Mill Elmore 

S\ lacauga Talladega 
Sylvan Tuscaloosa 

*Talladega Talladega 
Tallahatta Springs Clarke 
Tannehill Tuscaloosa 

Tayloe's Station Perry 

Taylor Geneva 

Tecumseh Cherokee 

Tensaw Baldwin 

Texas Marion 

Thomas Station Bullock 

Thorn Hill Marion 

Three Notch Bullock 

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Tionas Bibb 

Toad Vine Jefferson 

Toledo Fayette 

Tompkinsville Choctaw 

Town Creek Lawrence 

Traveler's Rest Coosa 

Trenton Jackson 

Triana Madison 

Trinity Station Morgan 

Trout Creek St Clair 

*Troy Pike 

Trussville Jefferson 

*Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa 

*Tuscumbia Colbert 

*Tuskegee Macon 

TJehee Russell 

Union Greene 

*Union Springs Bullock 

Uniontown Perry 
Valhermose Springs 

Morgan 

Valley Head DeKalb 

VanDorn Marengo 

Verbena Chilton 

Vernon Sauford 

Victoria Coffee 

Village Spring Blount 

Vilula Russell 

Violy Blount 

Waccoochee Lee 

Waco Franklin 

Waldo Talladega 

Walnut Grove Etowah 

Walnut Hill Tallapoosa 

Warrenton Marshall 

W T arrior Station Jefferson 

Warsaw Sumter 

Waterl .o Lauderdale 

Waverly Lee 

Weaver Station Calhoun 

Webster Fayette 

Weedowee Randolph 

Wehoga Cleburne 

Weogufka Coosa 

Wetona Jefferson 

*Wetumpka Elmore 

Wheeler Station Lawrence 

Whistler Mobile 

White Cloud Clay 

White Hall Lowndes 
White Oak Springs Barbour 

White Plains Calhoun 

White Pond Barbour 

Whitesburg Madison 

White's Gap Calhoun 

Whiting Escambia 

Whitney St Clair 

Williams' Escambia 

Williams Mill Covington 

Wilmington Walker 

W r ilson Escambia 

Wilsonville Shelby 

Windham's Pickens 

Woodland Mills Morgan 

Woods Bluff Clarke 

Wood Station Jefferson 

Woodstock Bibb 

Wooten Blount 

Woodville Jrckson 

Wynnvllle Blount 

Yongesborough Lee 

York Walker 

York Station Sumter 



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County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


\ Iban v 


Pulaski 


Bright Star 


Miller 


< !o\ '■ 


Poll: 


Ald.-r Brook I 


ndependence 


Brinklcy 


Monroe 


( Irawfordsvilh 


Crittenden 


A lexander 


Pulaski 


Brocton 


Pike 


< ireswell 


Dorsey 


Alicia 


Lawrence 


Brooks 


Grant 


Crockett • Bin 


1 Arkansas 


Alma 


(raw lord 


Brushy Lake 


Cross 


( loss Hollow 


Benton 


Alpha 


Yell 


Bryant 


Saline 


< Irowley 


Greene 


Alpine 


Clark 


Buck l lorn 


Stone 


Curia ] 


ndepenihn'-e 


Alius 


Franklin 


Buck Knob 


Scot 1 


1 (alias 


Polk 


Amity 


Clark 


Bucklin 


st Francis 


Dal ton 


Randolph 


Antoine 


Pike 


Buena Vista 


Ouachita 


Danville 


Veil 


Aplin 


Perry 


Burlington 


Boone 


*Dardanelle 


Yell 


Argenta 


Pulaski 


ButtS Store 


Johnson 


Darysaw 


Grant 


"Arkadelphin 


Clark 


Cabin Creek 


Johnson 


Lay ton 


Sebastian 


Arkansas City 


Chicot 


Cabot. 


Lonoke 


De La Plaine 


Greene 


Arkansas Post 


Arkansas 


Cadron 


Faulkner 


Lei aware 


Yell 


A«h Flat 


Sharp 


Calamine 


Sharp 


Denmark 


Jackson 


\ skew- 


Lee 


1 laledonia 


Onion 


Dermott 


< Ihioot 


Atkins 


Pope 


Calf Creek 


Searcy 


DeRoche 


Hot Springs 


Auburn 


Lincoln 


< 'alhoun 


Columbia 


1 >es Arc 


Prairie 


*Augusta 


Woodruff 


"Camden 


Washita 


Devall's Bluff 


Prairie 


Aurora 


Madison 


Campbell 


Saline 


DeView 


Woodruff 


Austin 


Lonoke 


Cane Creek 


Faulkner 


De Witt 


Arkansas 


Avoca 


Benton 


Caney 


Nevada 


Dickson 


Benton 


Barfleld 


Mississippi 


Canton 


Sharp 


Dobbsville 


Marion 


Barren Fork 


Izard 


Carden's Bottom Yell 


Donaldson 


Hot Springs 


1 '.art on 


Phillips 


Carlisle 


Prairie 


Double Wells 


Jefferson 


Hatesville Independence 


Carrollton 


Carroll 


Dover 


Pope 


Baxter 


Drew 


Carson 


Jefferson 


Drake's Creek 


Madison 


Hear Creek 


Searcy 


Carter's Store 


Washington 


Dry Fork 


Carroll 


Bee Branch 


Van Buren 


Cass 


Franklin 


Duncan 


Monroe 


Beebe Station 


White 


Cassville 


Newton 


Durham 


Washington 


Beech Creek 


Ashley 


Caulksvllle 


Logan 


Dutch Mills 


Washington 


Beech Woods 


Newton 


Cave Creek 


Newton 


Eagle Mill 


Polk 


Keith's Landin 


g Desha 


( !edar Creek 


Scott 


Eden 


Columbia 


Belcher's 


Prairie 


Cedarville 


Crawford 


Edmondson 


Crittenden 


Belfast 


Grant 


Center Hill 


White 


Eglantine 


Van Buren 


Bellefonte 


Boone 


Center Point 


Howard 


El Dorado 


Union 


Bell's store 


Nevada 


Centerville 


Montgomery 


Elgin 


Jackson 


Belleville 


Jefferson 


Chalk Bluff 


Clay 


Ellsworth 


Logan 


Belmont 


Crawford 


Chambersville 


Calhoun 


Kim Springs 


Washington 


Ben Lomond 


Sevier 


Champagnolle 


Union 


Elm Store 


Randolph 


Bennett's Bayou Baxter 


Chapel Hill 


Sevier 


Elm Wood 


Boone 


Benton 


Saline 


Charleston 


Franklin 


Elon 


Ashlev 


*BentonviIle 


Benton 


Cherokee City 


Benton 


El Passo 


White 


Beraard 


Chicot 


Cherry Grove 


Grant 


Eramett 


Nevada 


Berryville 


Carroll 


Cherry Valley 


Cross 


Enterprise 


Sebastian 


Beverly 


Sebastian 


Chester 


Desha 


Eubank's Mills Johnson 


Big Bend 


Polk 


( hismville 


Logan 


Eureka 


Cross 


Big Bottom Independence 


Chocoville 


Sebastian 


Evansville 


Washington 


Big Fork 


Polk 


Cincinnati 


Washington 


Evening Shade 


Sharp 


Big Hill 


Calhoun 


Claimandar 


Lawrence 


Evergreen 


Washington 


Big North Fork Baxter 


( llarendon 


Monroe 


Fair View 


Dallas 


Billingsley 


Washington 


*< 'larksville 


Johnson 


Falcon 


Nevada 


1 Hack fish 


Crittenden 


i llayton 


Hempstead 


Farmington 


Washington 


Black Fox 


Johnson 


( layville 


Clay 


Farribaville 


Sevier 


Black Jack 


Sebastian 


Clear Creek 


Boone 


♦Fayetteville 


Washington 


Black Oak 


Izard 


Clear Spring 


Clark 


Fitzhugh'a Mill Grant 


Black Springs 


Montgomery 


Char water 


White 


Flat Bayou 


Jefferson 


islands 


Saline 


Cleburne 


Cross 


Florence 


Drew 


Blocker 


Logan 


Clifton 


Lee 


Forrest City 


St. Francis 


Bloomer 


Sebastian 


Cliffy 


Madison 


Fort Douglas 


Johnson 


i'.Ioomfield 


Benton 


Clinton 


Van Buren 


*Fort Smith 


Sebastian 


Bloomington 


Benton 


Clover Bend 


Lawrence 


Fountain Hill 


Ashley 


Blue Ball 


Scott 


Coal Hiil 


Johnson 


Franklin 


Izard 


lilue .Mountain 


Stone 


Coff< vville 


Jackson 


Fulton 


Hempstead 


Bluff City 


Nevada 


College Hill 


Columbia 


Gaines' Landing Chicot 


Bluffton 


Yell 


Collegeville 


Saline 


Gainesville 


Greene 


Boles 


Scott 


Collins 


Drew 


Galloway 


Pulaski 


Bolesville 


Pope 


Columbus 


Hempstead 


Game Hill 


Franklin 


Boon evi lie 


Logan 


Como 


Dallas 


Garner's station White 


Boonsboro' 


Washington 


< Sonvenience Independence 


Garretson's Landing 


Boston Mounts 


in Newton 


( Ion way 


I aulkner 




IJ euerson 


Bough ton 


Nevada 


Cooper's Landing Arkansas 


Gaston's Mills 


Montgomery 


Bo wen's Ridge 


Jackson 


( 'orncrsville 


Lincoln 


German town 


Cow way 


Boydsville 


( 'lay 


Corning 


Clayton 


Gifford 


Hot Springs 


Bradford 


White 


Cos<iatot 


Sevier 


Glass Village 


( 'onway 


Bradley 


Dorsey 


Cotton Plant 


Woodruff 


Golden Hill 


Arkansas 


Brazils 


Saline 


Council Bend 


Lee 


Golden Lake 


Mississippi 



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County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Goodbars 


Lonoke 


Kenzie 


Yell 


Montonga 


Drew 


Goodwin 


St. Francis 


Kinderhook 


Van Buren 


Montrose 


Sebastian 


Goshen 


Washington 


Kingston 


Madison 


Moreland 


Pope 


Graddy Landin 


g Desha 


Knob el 


Clay 


Moro 


Lee 


Graham Independence 


Laconia 


De ha 


Moro Bay 


Bradley 


Grangeville 


Izard 


i a Crosse 


Izard 


Morrison Bluff 


Logan 


Grant 


Madison 


Lacy 


Drew 


Mound City 


Crittenden 


Gravelly Hid 


Yell 


LaGrange 


Lee 


Mount Adams 


Arkansas 


Gravel Ridge 


Bradley 


Lake port 


Chicot 


Mountainburgh 


Crawford 


Greenback 


Jefferson 


Lake Village 


Chicot 


Mountain Home Baxter 


Greenbrier 


Faulkner 


Lamartine 


Columbia 


Mountain Sprin 


g Boone 


Green Forrest. 


Carroll 


Lanark 


Bradley 


Mountain View 


Stone 


Green Mount 


Lincoln 


L'Anguille 


Cross 


Mount Holly 


Union 


Green Ridge 


Scott 


Larissa 


Lonoke 


Mount Ida Montgomery 


Greensb trough 


Craighead 


Lauratown 


Law ence 


Mount Judea 


Newton 


Greenwood 


Sebastian 


Lead Hill 


Boone 


Mount Levi 


Johnson 


Guernsey 


Hempstead 


Lee 


Lee 


Mount Olive 


Izard 


Gum Log 


Pope 


Lee's Creek 


Crawford 


Mount Parthenon Newton 


GurdoU 


Clark 


Lee's Ferry 


Dallas 


Mount Pisgah 


White 


Hackett City 


Sebastian 


*Lewisburg 


Conway 


Mouth St Francis River 


*Hamburg 


Ashley 


Lewisville 


Lafayette 




Phillips 


Hamilton 


Lonoke 


Liberty 


Ouachita 


Murfreesboro' 


Pike 


Hampton 


''alhoun 


Liberty Grove 


Washington 


Myers Landing 


Sebastian 


Harold Montgomery 


Liberty Springs Van Buren 


Napoleon 


Desha 


Harrisburg 


Poinsett 


Lima 


Randolph 


Nashville 


Howard 


Harrison 


Boone 


Limestone Valley Newton 


Natural Dam 


Crawford 


Hartford 


Sebastian 


Lindin 


St. Francis 


Nebraska 


Scott 


Harwood Island Chicot 


Lin wood 


Jefferson 


Negro Hill 


White 


Hazel Grove 


Lawrence 


Lisbon 


Union 


Nelta Boc 


Sevier 


Hazel Valley 


Washington 


Little Red 


White 


Newburgh 


Izard 


Hazen 


Prairie 


Little River 


Little River 


New Edinburgh 


Dorsey 


Heckatoo 


Lincoln 


*Little Rock 


Pulaski 


Ne r Gascony 


Jefferson 


Helena 


Phillips 


Locksburgh 


c evier 


New London 


Union 


Hermitage 


Bradley 


Locust Bayou 


Calhoun 


Newport 


Jackson 


Herndon 


Greene 


Locust Cottage 


Jefferson 


Nimrod 


Perry 


Hickory Creek 


Hempstead 


Logan 


Benton 


Noble's Lake 


Jefferson 


Hickory Hill 


Monroe 


Long Creek 


Perry 


Noe's Feriy 


Marion 


Hickory Plain 


Prairie 


Lone Paint 


Arkansas 


Norristown 


Pope 


Hickory Valley 


Long Ridge 


Scott 


North Creek 


Phillips 


[Independence 


Long View 


Ashley 


North Point 


Pulaski 


Hico 


Benton 


Lonoke 


Lonoke 


Norwoodville 


Sevier 


Higginson 


White 


Love 


Montgomery 


Oak Bluff 


Clay 


Hillsborough 


Union 


Luna Landing 


Chicot 


Oak Fiat 


Van Buren 


Mindsville 


Madison 


Lunenburg 


Izard 


.Oak Grove 
HDak Hill 
' Oakland 


Carroll 


Hiram 


White 


McAlmont 


Pulaski 


Carroll 


Hockers 


Jefferson 


Mabolvale 


Pulaski 


Arkansas 


Holly Grove 


Monroe 


Mackville 


Greene 


Oakley 


Arkansas 


Holly Springs 


Dallas 


* Madison 


St. Francis 


Oakville 


Jefferson 


Hollywood 


(lark 


Magazine 


Logan 


Old Trough Independence 


Homan 


Miller 


*Magnolia 


Columbia 


O'Kean 


Randolph 


Hope 


Hempstead 


Maguire's Store 


Washington 


Oldham 


Crittenden 


Hopefleld 


Crittenden 


Malvern Junction 


t 'Id Hickory 


Conway 


Hopeville 


Calhoun 




[Hot Springs 


Oldtown 


Phillips 


Horsehead 


Johnson 


Marble 


Madison 


Olyphant 


Jackson 


Hot Springs 


Garl vnd 


Marche 


Pulaski 


Omaha 


Boone 


Huntsville 


Madison 


Marian na 


Lee 


Omega 


Yell 


Hurricane 


saline 


Marion 


Crittenden 


Oppelo 


Conwav 


Hurricane Hill 


Lafayette 


Marshal 


Searcy 


Opposition 


Lawrence 


Indian Bay 


Monroe 


Marshal Prairie Newton 


( >sage Mills 


Benton 


Indian Creek 


Carroll 


Mars Hill 


Lafayette 


Osceola 


Mississippi 


Isabella 


Pope 


Mart iu's Cretk 


Sharp 


Ouita 


Pope 


Iuka 


Baxter 


Marvel 1 


Phillips 


Owensville 


Saline 


Jackson 


Randolph 


Marvinville 


Yell 


Ozan 


Hempstead 


Jacksonbur <h 


Carroll 


Mason Valley 


Benton 


Ozark 


Franklin 


Jack son port 


Jackson 


Maumelle 


Pulaski 


Ozone 


Johnson 


Jacksonville 


Lenoke 


Maxville 


Sharp 


Pageville 


Grant 


Jasper 


Newton 


Maysville 


Benton 


Palarm Bayou 


Pulaski 


Jayne's Store 


Randolph 


Med ford 


Desha 


Palestine 


St. Francis 


Jenkins' Ferry 


Grant 


Melbourne 


Izard 


Paraclifta 


Sevier 


Jenning's Falls 


Yell 


Melton 


Jefferson 


Paris 


Logan 


Johnsonville 


Johnson 


Midway 


Hot Springs 


Park Placa 


Lee 


Johnsville 


Bradley 


Mill Brook 


St. Francis 


Parks 


Scott 


Jonesboro 


Craighead 


Millville 


Ouachita 


Pastoria 


Jeflerson 


Judson 


White 


Mineral Springs Howard 


Path's Springs 


Howard 


Judsonia 


White 


Minneola 


Little River 


Patterson's Bluff 


Kellogg Mines 


PulasKi 


Minturn 


Lawrence 


Peach Orchard 


Clay 


Ken sett 


White 


Modoc 


Phillips 


Pecan Point 


Mississippi 


Ken yon 


Jackson 


*Monticello 


Drew 


Pendleton 


Lincoln 



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Perryville Perry 

Petite .Jean Yell 

Peytonsville Little River 

Pigeon Hill Union 

Pilot Knob Polk 

-Pine Bluff Jefferson 

■'iin Grove Dallas 

Pine Hill Ashley 

Pineville Izard 

Pitman Randolph 

Pleasant Hill Franklin 
Pleasanl Plains 

Independence 

Plum Bayou Jeflerson 
Plummer's Station Conway 

Pocahontas Randolph 

Point Cedar Clark 

Point Peter Searcy 

Point Remove Conway 

Polk Bayou sharp 

Pollard Clay 

Polo Carroll 

Poplar Muffs Ashley 

Poplar Grove Phillips 

Portland Ashley 

Potts Station Pope 

Pouhkeepsie Sharp 

Powhattan Lawrence 

Poynorville Madison 

Prairie Center Prarle 

Prairie Grove Washington 

Prairieville. Arkansas 

Prattsville Grant 

Prescotl Nevada 

Preston Bluff Arkansas 

Princeton Dallas 

Providence Searcy 

(Quitman Van Buren 

Rally Hill . Boone 

Randall Dorsey 

Red Bluff Jefferson 

Red Fork Desha 

Red Rock Newton 

Reed's Creek Sharp 

Reed's Landing Pulaski 

Kelts Bluff Lincoln 

Rhea's Mills Washington 

Richmond Little River 

Rob Roy Jefferson 

Rock Creek Clark 
Rock Point Independence 

Rock Spring Union 
Rocky Comfort 

Little River 

Roll's Bluff Benton 

Rose Bud White 

Etosedale Pulaski 

Rosemary Desha 

Roseville Franklin 

Rosston Nevada 

Rover Yell 

Rule Carroll 

Russell White 

Russellville Pope 

Saint Charles Arkansas 
SI. Louis Landing Phillips 

Saint Faul Madison 

Salem Fulton 

Sandy Springs Grant 

Sarsassa Arkansas 

Scotland Van Buren 

Scottsville Pope 

♦Searcy White 

Selma Drew 

Seminary Ouachita 
Sharp's X Roads 

Independence 

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Oounty. 



Shilob Van Buren 
Shoal i ri ck 

Silver Hill Sevier 

Smithland Columbia 

Bmithville Lawrence 

Snyder Ashley 

South Bend I incoln 

Spadra Johnson 

Spavinaw Benton 

Spring Creek Lee 

Springdale Washington 

hpringfleld Oonway 

Spring Hill Hempstead 

Bpringtown Benton 

Spring Valley Washii 

star City Lincoln 

Star of the West Pike 

State Line Columbia 

Sterling Chicot 

Stevens' Creek White 

Stover Dallas 

Sub Rosa Franklin 

Sugar Creek Benton 

Sugar Grove Logan 

sugar Loaf Sebastian 
Sulphur Rock 

Independence 

Summerville Calhoun 

Summit Home Washington 

Sumpter Bradley 

Sunnyside Chicot 

Sunshine Arkansas 
Surrounded Hill Prairie 
Swan Lake 
Swifton 
Sylamore 
Sylarsville 
Table Rock 
Tarry town 
Taylor's Creek 
Ten Mil 



Texarkana 

Three Creeks 

Toledo 

Tomahawk 

Tomberlins 

Tomlinson 

Toronto 

Traskwood 

Trenton 

Troy 

Tuckern 

Tulip 

Turin 

Turner 

Tyler 

Tyronza 

Ultima Thule 

Valley Springs 

*Van Buren 

Varner 

Venitia Grove 

Vidette 

Vine Prairie 

Vineyard 

Viney Grove 

Viola 

Waldron 

WaJlaceburgb 

Walnut Bend 

Wai nut Grove 

independence 



Arkansas 

Jackson 

Stone 

Lee 

Stone 

Crawford 

St. Francis 

Fulton 

Miller 

Union 

Dorsey 

Searcy 

Lonoke 

Scott 

Jefferson 

Sabine 

Philips 

Drew 

Jackson 

Dallas 

Grant 

Phillips 

Prairie 

( 'rose 

Sevier 

Boone 
Crawford 

Lincoln 

Howard 

Fulton 

( 'raw ford 

Phillips 

Washington 

Fulton 

Scott 

Hempstead 

Lee 



Walnut Hill 
Walnut Ridge 
Walnut Tree 
\\a Iter < 'Impel 
W am poo 
War Eagle Mills 



Lafayel te 

Lawrence 

Veil 

Lonoke 

Pulaski 

Benton 



Warren Bradley 

Washburn Sebastian 

■ Washington Hempstead 

Water Valley Randolph 

Wai on's l » ba 

Webb City Franklin 

Weedonc Lonoke 

Wellborn Arka 

Wesley Madison 

West Fork Washington 

West point White 

West Prairie Poinsett 

Wheatley St Francis 

Wheeler Washington 

While Bluff Jefferson 

White Hall Poinsett 

White Oak Horsey 

White River Desha 
White Sulphur Springs 

Jefferson 

Whiteville Baxter 

Whittington Garland 

Wideman Izard 

Wiley's CoVC Sea ley 

Willamette Arkansas 
Williamsburgh Lincoln 

William's Mill Jackson 

Wilton Pike 

WitCherville Sebastian 

Witherspoon Hot Spi ing 

Wittsburgb Cross 

Witt's Spi ing Searcj 
Wolf Bayou " Independence 

Wolf Creek Pike 

Woodlawn Ouachi a 

Wrightsville Pulaski 

Yellville Marion 

Yorkvillc Sevier 



Florida. 



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County. 



Abe Spring Calhoun 
Alalia Hillsborough 

Altamont ' 'range 

Ancrum Hamilton 
Anthony Place Marion 

Apalacbioola Franklin 

Anoka Orange 

Appalaga Gadsden 

Archer Alachua 

Arredonda Alachua 

Bailey's Mill Jeflerson 

Baldwin Duval 

Banana Putnam 

Barrsville Columbia 

Bassville Brevard 

Battonville Alachua 

Bay Port Hernando 
Bay View Hillsborough 

Belleville Hamilton 

Benton Columbia 

Beresford Volusia 

Biscayne Dade 

Blackwater Santa Rosa 
Blount's Ferry Colombia 

Bluff Spring Escambia 

Bogia Escambia 

Bristol Liberty 

Br on son Levy 

Brooksville Hernando 

Buffalo Bluff Putnam 

Caiiaimns Nassau 

Campbellton Jackson 

Camp Izard Marlon 



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Post- offices — Florida — Geoeg i a . 



Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Cedar Keys 


Levy 


Lake Jessup 


Orange 


Putnam Hall 


Putnam 


Chalk Spring 


Santa Rosa 


Lake Maitland 


Orange 


<>uincy 


Gadsden 


Charlotte Harbor Manatee 


Lawtey 


Bradford 


Remington Park 


St Johns 


Chasevllle 


Duval 


Leesburgh 


fSurnter 


Rixford 


Suwannee 


Chatahoochee 


Gadsden 


Leno 


Columbia 


Rock Ledge 


Brevard 


Chipola 


Calhoun 


Live Oak 


Suwannee 


Rosewood 


Levy 


Circle Hill 


Jackson 


Long Swamp 


Marion 


St Andrews Bay 




Ctty Point 


Brevard 


Longwood 


Orange 


Washington 


CiearwaterHarborHillsboro 


Luraville 


Suwannee 


*St Augustine 


St Johns 


Coe's Mills 


Liberty 


Maama 


Dade 


Saint Lucie 


Brevard 


Concord 


Gadsden 


Madison 


Madison 


St Mark's 


Wakulla 


Cork Hillsborough 


Manatee 


Manatee 


Saint Nicholas 


Duval 


Cotton Plant 


Marion 


Mandarin 


Duval 


Saint Theresa 


Wakulla 


Crawfordville 


Wakulla 


Mariana 


Jackson 


Sanderson 


Baker 


Crescent City 


Putnam 


Mary Esther 


Santa Rosa 


Sanlord 


Orange 


Crystal Lake 


Putnam 


Maxville 


Duval 


San Mateo 


Putnam 


Crystal River 


Hernando 


Mayport 


Duval 


Santa Fe 


Bradford 


Curtis Mills 


Wakulla 


Micanopy 


Alachua 


Shady Grove 


Taylor 


Darbyville 


Baker 


Miccosukee 


Leon 


Shingle Creek 


Orange 


Daytona 


Volusia 


Middleburgh 


Clay 


Silver Spring 


Marion 


Deadman's Bay 


Taylor 


Midway 


Gadsden 


Smith Creek 


Wakulla 


Drayton Island 


Putnam 


Mikesville 


Columbia 


Sopchoppy 


Wakulla 


Drifion 


Jefferson 


Millview 


Escambia 


Starke 


Bradford 


Dutton 


Nassau 


Milton 


Santa Rosa 


Steinhatchee 


Lafayette 


Eau Gallie 


Brevard 


Molino 


Escambia 


Sumterville 


Sumter 


Econfina 


Washington 


*Monticello 


Jefferson 


Suwannee 


Suwannee 


Ellaville 


Madison 


Morrison's Mills 


Alachua 


Suwannee Shoals 


Columbia 


Enterprise 


Volusia 


Moseley Hall 


Madison 


Sylvon Lake 


Orange 


Etonian 


Putnam 


Mount Pleasant 


(Jadsden 


* Tallahassee 


Leon 


Euchee Anna 


Walton 


Mount Royal 


Putnam 


*Tampa Hillsborough 


Eureka 


Marion 


Murdock 


Volusia 


Titusville 


Volusia 


Fair Play 


Holmes 


Myers 


Monroe 


Tocoi 


St Johns 


Fayetteville 


Lafayette 


Nashau 


Putnam 


Tuckertown 


Hernando 


Federal Point 


Putnam 


Neal's Landing 


Jackson 


Tuskawilla 


Orange 


*Fernandina 


Nassau 


New Berlin 


Duval 


Tustenegee 


Dade 


Ferry Pass 


Escambia 


New Britain 


Volusia 


Twin Lake 


Orange 


Flemington 


Marion 


Newnansville 


Alachua 


Vernon Washington 


Fort Dade 


Hernando 


New Smyrna 


Volusia 


Volusia 


volusia 


Fort Frank Brooke Lafayett 


-ew Troy 


Lafayette 


W T acasassee 


Alachua 


Fort Gates 


Putnam 


Norwalk 


Putnam 


Waldo 


Alachua 


Fort George 


Duval 


Oak Hill 


Volusia 


*Warrington 


Escambia 


Fort McCoy 


Marion 


Oakland 


Orange 


Waukeenah 


Jefferson 


Fort Mason 


Orange 


Oak wood 


Putnam 


Webster 


Sumter 


Fort Mead 


Polk 


Ocala 


Marion 


Weelaunee 


Jefferson 


Fort Ogden 


Manatee 


Ochesee 


Jackson 


Welaka 


Putnam 


Fort Reed 


Orange 


Ochtahatchee 


Hamilton 


Wellborn 


Suwannee 


Freeport 


Walton 


Ockolockonee 


Wakulla 


West Wynnton 


Calhoun 


Fruit Cove 


St Johns 


Okahumpka 


Sumter 


White Springs 


Hamilton 


*Gainesville 


Alachua 


Oldtown 


Lafayette 


Wilderness 


Clay 


Georgetown 


Putnam 


Olustee 


Baker 


Williamsburgh 


Jefferson 


Georgiana 


Brevard 


Orange 


Li berty 


Wilson's Landing Orange 


Glen Julia 


Gadsden 


Orange City 


Volusia 


Woodstock 


Nassau 


(iialianisville 


Marion 


Orange Heights 


Orange 


Yallaha 


Sumter 


Green Cove Spr 


ngs Clay 


Orange Hill Washington 


Zellwood 


Orange 


Greenville 


Madison 


Orange Lake 


Marion 






Greenwood 


Jackson 


Orange Mills 


Putnam 






Hart'h Road 
Hatch's Bend 


Nassau 
Lafayette 


Orange Springs 
Orlando 


Marion 
Orange 


Georgia. 


Hawkinsville 


Orange 


Otar Creek 


Levy 






1 laywoods Landing Jackson 


Padlock 


Suwannee 


Post-office. 


County. 


Hibernia 


Clay 


Palatka 


Putnam 






Hoganh'sLanding St John 


Palmetto 


Manatee 


Abbeville 


Wilcox 


Homosassa 


Hernando 


Pawtuxett 


Wakulla 


Acworth 


Cobb 


Houston 


Suwannee 


Peace Creek 


Polk 


Adairsville 


Bartow 


Iola 


Calhoun 


*Pensacola 


Escambia 


Adamsville 


Fulton 


Jacksonville 


Duval 


Perry 


Taylor 


Adel 


Berrien 


Jamonia 


Leon 


Picoiata 


St Johns 


A ft on 


Berrien 


Jasper 


Hamilton 


Pine Level 


Menatee 


Air Line 


Hart 


Jennings 


Hamilton 


Pinellas H 


illsborough 


^Albany 


Daugherty 


*Key West 


Monroe 


Point Washington 


Alexander 


Burke 


King's Ferry 


Nassau 


Washington 


Allandale 


Banks 


Knox Hill 


Walton 


Ponce de Leon 


Holmes 


Allapaha 


Berrien 


Lake Butler 


Bradford 


Port Henry 


Nassau 


Allatoona 


Bartow 


*Lake City 


Columbia 


Port ((range 


Volusia 


Allen's 


Richmond 


Lake Como 


Putnam 


Powelton 


Escambia 


Alpharetta 


Milton 


Lake Eustice 


Orange 


Prevatt 


Volusia 


Alpine 


Chattooga 


Lake Griffin 


Sumter 


Providence 


Bradford 


Altamaha 


Tattna 1 


Lake lima 


Orange 


Punta Rassa 


Monroe 


Amandaville 


Hart 



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Post-offices — Geo rota. 



Post-office. 

■ Americas 

Amicololo 

Ammy's ( 'reek 

Anderson ville 

Antioch 

Anvil Block 

Appling 

Aijutlla 

Arc tdia 

Arlington 

Armuchee 

Arnold 

Asbury 

•AIlic S 

* Atlanta 
Attapulgus 
Auburn 
Aucilla 

* Augusta 
Auroria 
Ava 

Avcnton 
Ayersville 
Baconton 
*Bainbridge 
Bnirdstowh 
Baker 

Baker's Ferry 
Ball Ground 
Banksville 
Barber's Creek 
Barnesvillo 
Barrets ville 
Bartow 

Bartow Iron Wor 
Battle Ground 
Baxley 
Bay Branch 
Bay Creek 
Beaverdale 
Beech Creek 
Beech Grove 
Belair 
Belleview 
Bell ton 
Bengal 
Ben Hill 
Berzelia 
Big Creek 
Big Savanna 
Billow 
Black Creek 
Black Shear 
Blairsville 
Blakely 
Bloodworth's 
Blue Creek 
Blue Ridge 
Blue Spring 
Bold Spring 
Bolinbroke 
Boitonville 
Boston 
Bowdon 
Bowonsville 
Bowersville 
Box Spring 
Bran ch 
Brentwood 
Bright Star 
Brinsonville 
Brookrteld 
Brooks Station 
Brook ville 
Brown's Bridge 
Brownsville 
"Brunswick 
Bryantville 



County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Sumter 


Buchanan 


Haralson 


Cool Spring 


Sumter 


Dawson 


Buck < Ireek 


Screven 


Cooper 


Jackson 


i [abersbam 


Buck Head 


Morgan 


Coosa 


Floyd 


Sumter 


Buena V ista 


Marion 


Coosa watee 


Gordon 


Troup 


liilford 


Gwinnett 


Copeland 


Dodge 


Henry 


Bullard's 


Twiggs 


Cornucopia 


Jones 


( lolumbia 


Bull Creek 


Tattnall 


Cottage Mill CI 


lattahoochee 


Franklin 


Barton 


hnbun 


Cove City 


Whitfield 


Hull 


Butler 


Taylor 


Covington 


Newton 


Calhoun 


Buzzard's Roost 


Twiggs 


( Yaftsville 


Elbert 


Floyd 


Byron 


Houston 


Crawford 


Oglethorpe 


Dougherty 


Byronville 


Dooly 


Crawfordsville 


Taliaferro 


Troup 


( 'ains 


Gwinnett 


Creswell 


Spalding 


Clark 


Cairo 


Thomas 


Cromer's 


Franklin 


Fulton 


Calhoun 


Gordon 


Cross Keys 


DeKalb 


Decatur 


» lalvary 


Decat u r 


Crystal Springs 


Floyd 


Gwinnett 


Camak 


Warren 


Culloden 


Monroe 


Thomas 


( lameron 


Screven 


Culverton 


Hancock 


Richmond 


< 'a mil la 


Mitchell 


dimming 


Forsyth 


Lumpkin 


( 'ampbellton 


Campbell 


Cussetta Chattahoochee 


Berrien 


Camp Mills 


Gwinnett 


Cut cane 


Fannin 


Randolph 


Canoochee 


Emanuel 


m lutbbert 


Randolph 


Habersham 


Canton 


Cherokee 


cutoff 


Warren 


Mit-hell 


Cardsville 


Jones 


Dahlonega 


Lumpkin 


Decatur 


Carnesville 


Franklin 


Dallas 


Paulding 


lethorpe 


( !arrollton 


Carroll 


*Dalton 


Whitfield 


Hall 


Carr's Station 


Hancock 


I lamasi-us 


Early 


Elbert 


Cartecay 


Gilmer 


Dan burg 


Wilkes 


Cherokee 


Carter's 


Murray 


Daniel's Mills 


Douglas 


Banks 


*Cartersville 


Bartow 


Danielsville 


Madison 


Jackson 


Cassandra 


Walker 


Darien 


Mcintosh 


Pike 


Cass Station 


Bartow 


Dark < 'orner 


Douglas 


Dawson 


Cassville 


Bartow 


Davisborough 


Washington 


Jefferson 


Catania 


Harris 


*Dawson 


Terrell 


rks Bartow 


Cat Creek 


Lowndes 


Dawsonville 


Dawson 


Johnson 


*Cave Spring 


Floyd 


Decatur 


DeKalb 


Appling 


Cedar Grove 


Walker 


Devereaux Station Hancock 


Emanuel 


Cedar Hill 


Gwinnett 


Dillon 


Walker 


Gwinnett 


Cedar Ridge 


Whitfield 


Dirttown 


Chattooga 


Whitfield 


Cedar Spring 


Early 


Dixon 


Dawson 


Haralson 


Cedar town 


Polk 


Doctor Town 


Wayne 


Walker 


Center Village 


Charlton 


Doraville 


DeKalb 


Richmond 


Chalybeate Springs 


Dorchester 


Liberty 


Talbot 


Meriwether 


Dorminey's Mill Irvin 


Hall 


Chapel Hill 


D ^uglas 


Double Branches Lincoln 


Bullock 


Chattoogaville 


Chattooga 


Double Wells 


Warren 


Fulton 


Chauncey 


Dodge 


Douglass 


Coffee 


Columbia 


( !herokee Mills 


Cherokee 


Douglasville 


Douglas 


Forsyth 


Cherry Log 


Gilmer 


Dove's Creek 


Elbert 


Dawson 


Chestnut Gap 


Fannin 


Drayton 


Dooly 


Carroll 


childsville 


Franklin 


Dublin 


Laurens 


Screven 


China Hill 


Telfair 


Dubois 


Dodge 


Pierce 


Chirkapin Grove 


Gwinnett 


Duck Creek 


W r alker 


Union 


Choestoe 


Union 


Ducker 


Dougherty 


Early 


Cla k's Mill 


Crawford 


Duluth 


Gwinnett 


Wilkinson 


Clarkston 


DeKalb 


Dupont 


Clinch 


White 


Clarksville Habersham 


Eagle Cliff 


Walker 


Fannin 


Clay Hill 


Lincoln 


Eagle Grove 


Hart 


Gordon 


Clayton 


Rabun 


Eastanollee 


Franklin 


Franklin 


Clayville 


Telfair 


Eastman 


Dodge 


Monroe 


Cleveland 


White 


East Point 


Fulton 


Fulton 


Clinton 


Jones 


*Eatonton 


Putnam 


Thomas 


Cloverdale 


Dade 


Eden 


Effingham 


Carroll 


Clyattville 


Lowndes 


Edwardsville 


Kulton 


Carroll 


Cobbville 


Tel air 


Egypt 


Effingham 


Hart 


Cochran 


Pulaski 


ETberton 


Elbert 


Talbot 


Cohutta Springs 


Murray 


Ellaville 


Schley 


Paulding 


Cold Water 


Elbert 


Ellerslle 


Harris 


Wayne 


Cole City 


Lade 


Ellijay 


Gilmer 


Douglas 


Coleman's Depot 


Randolph 


Ennn Grove 


Heard 


Burke 


Collier 


Monroe 


Enterprise 


Lee 


Berrien 


Colquitt 


Miller 


Erastus 


Banks 


Fayette 


*Cofumbus 


Muscogee 


Erin 


Meriwether 


Worth 


Concord 


('ike 


Esom Hill 


Polk 


Forsyth 


Concordia 


Elbert 


Ethel 


Hall 


Paulding 


Connell's Mill 


Berrien 


Eubanks 


Columbia 


Glynn 


Conyers 


Rockdale 


Eudora 


Jasper 


Cobb 


Coogle'sMill 


Macon 


Euharley 


Bartow 



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Post-offices — Georgia. 



County. 

Booly 
Elbert 
Glenn 
Irwin 
Campbell 
Gordon 
Franklin 
Coffee 
Oconee 
Fayette 
Haralson 
Coffee 
Field's Cross Roads Milton 
Fields Mills Gordon 

Fincher Pike 

Flat Shoals Meriwether 

Flatwoods Academy Elbert 



Post-office. 

Eureka 

Eureka Mills 

Evelyn 

Evergreen 

Fairburn 

Falrmount 

Fairview 

Fannile 

Farmington 

Fayetteville 

Felton 

Feronia 



Fleming 

Florence 

Flowery Branch 

Ford's Storo 

Forest Hall 

Forest Station 

Forsyth 

Fort Bufflngton 

Fort Gaines 

Fort Lamar 

Fort Mountain 

Fortner 

Fort Valley 

Franklin 

Franklin Springs 

Frederica 

Freemansville 

Frick's Gap 

Fryer's Pond 

Gaddistown 

Gainesville 

Garden Valley 

Gardi 

Geneva 

Georgetown 

Gibson 

Gillsrille 

Gin Town 

Girard 

Gladesville 

Glenalta 

Glenmore 

Goggansville 

Goldsborough 

Good Hope 

Good Will 

Gordon 

Goshen 

Graham 

Grangersville 

Grantvillo 

Gray 

Graysville 

Greenbush 

Green Cut 

Greenfield 

Green Hill 

Greensborough 

Greenville 

*Griffln 

Griswoldville 

Groo 'erville 

Grove 

Grove Level 

Gully Branch 

Gam Creek 

Guyton 

Habersbamville 

Haddock Station 

Hahira 

Haleyondale 



Post-office. 



County. 



Liberty 

Stewart I 

Hall 

Hart ! 

Burke 

Clayton 

Monroe 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Madison 

Murray 

Emanuel 

Houston 

Heard 

Franklin 

Glynn 

Milton 

Walker 

Burke 

Union 

Hall 

Macon 

Wayne 

T*lbot 

Quitman 

Glascock 

Hall 

Worth 

Burke 

Jasper 

Marion 

Ware 

Monroe 

Pulaski 

Walton 

Franklin 

Wilkinson 

Lincoln 

Appling 

Macon 

Coweta 

Jones 

Catoosa 

Walker 

Burke 

Colquitt 

Stewart 

Greene 

Meriwether 

Spauhling 

Jones 

Brooks 

Elbert 

Banks 

Coffee 

Dooly 

Effingham 

Burke 

Jones 

Low u iles 

Screven 



Hall's Mill Bartow 

Hamilton Harris 

Hannahatchie Stewart 

Hapevllle Fulton 

Haralson Coweta 

Hardaway Dougherty 

Harlem Columbia 

Harmony Grove Jackson 
Hrrell Decatur 

Hart well Hart 

Haslum Wayne 

Hatcher's Station Quitman 
Haw Creek Forsyth 

Hawkinsville Pulaski 

Hazlehurst Appling 

Head of Tennessee Rabun 
Heardmont Elbert 

Herndon Burke 

Hiawassee Towns 

Hickory Flat Cherokee 

Hickory Grove Crawford 
Hickory Level Carroll 

Higgstown Montgomery 



High Point 

High Tower 

Hillsborough 

Hoboken 

Hogansville 

Holcombe 

Hollands Mills 

Hollingsworth 

Hollowville 

Holly Springs 

Hollywood 

Homesville 

Homer 

Homerville 

Horn's Cross Road 

House Creek 

Houston 

Howard 

Howell's Mill8 

Huckleberry 

Indian Springs 

Irwinsville 

Irwin ton 

Isabella 

Ivy Log 

Jackson 

Jacksonville 

Jamaica 

Jamestown 



Walker 

Forsyth 

Jasper 

Pierce 

Troup 

Burke 

Carroll 

Banks 

Pike 

Cherokee 

Richmond 

Appling 

Banks 

Clinch 

Miller 

Wilcox 

Heard 

Taylor 

Fulton 

Echols 

gs Butts 

Irwin 

Wilkinson 

Worth 

Union 

Butts 

Telfair 

Glynn 

Chattahoochee 



Post-office. 



County. 



Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jeffersonville 

Jenkiisville 

Jerusalem 

Jessup 

Jewell's 

Jewellville 

Johns Creek 



Pickens 

Jackson 

Twiggs 

Pike 

Pickens 

Wayne 

Hancock 

Banks 

Gordon 



Johnson's Station Mcintosh 



Jonesb >rough 

Jones' Mills 

Jordan's Storo 

Jug Tavern 

Juno 

Kansas 

Kedrou 

Kenesaw 

Kingsborough 

Kingston 

Kiokee 

Kirkland 

Knoxville 

Lafayette 

LaG range 

Lamar 



Clayton 

Meriwether 

Pike 

Walton 

Dawson 

Carroll 

Coweta 

Cobb 

Harris 

Bartow 

Columbia 

Coffee 

Crawford 

Walker 

Troup 

Sumter 



Lamar's Mill Upson 

Laurel Hill Carroll 

Lauren's Hill Laurens 

Lawrencevillo Gwinnett 

Lawtonville Burke 

Leary's Calhoun 

Leathersville Lincoln 

eesburgh Lee 

Leo White 

Lester's District Burke 

*Lexington Oglethorpe 

Liberty Hill Pike 

Lilly Pond Gordon 

Lincolnton Lincoln 

Linton Hancock 

Lithonia DeKalb 

Little Creek Haralson 

Livingston Floyd 

Locust Grove Henry 

Lodi Coweta 

Loganville Walton 

Lombardy McDuffie 

Long Branch Tattnall 

Long Pond Lowndes 

Longstreet Pulaski 

Long Swamp Pickens 

Lost Mountain Cobb 

Loudsville White 

Louisville Jefferson 

Lowell Carroll 

Ludville Pickens 

Lulah Banks 

Lulaton AVayti" 

Lumber City Telfair 

Lumpkin Stewart 

Luther Warren 

Luthersville Meriwether 

McBeen Depot Richmond 
McClelland's Mills Worth 

McConnell Cherokee 

McDonald Thomas 

McDonough Henry 

Mcintosh Liberty 

McVutt Clarke 

McRae Telfair 

McVille Telfair 

*Maeon Bibb 

*Madison Morgan 
Madison Springs Morgan 

Magnolia Pulaski 

MaDorysville Wilkes 

Mabeiford Colquitt 

Marcus Jackson 

^Marietta Cobb 

Mallow Effingham 

Marshallsville Macon 

Matlock Tattnall 

Maxey Oglethorpe 

Mayfield Hancock 

Maysville Jackson 

Melrose Echols 

Melville Chattooga 

Meri weather Baldwin 

Mica Pickens 

Middleground Screven 

Middle River Franklin 

Midville Burke 

Mil ford Baker 

*Milledgeville Baldwin 

Millen Burke 

Miller's Station Chatham 

Mill Haven Screven 

Mill Ray Bullock 

Mill Town Berrien 

Millwood Ware 

Milner Pike 

Minton Worth 

Mobley Pond Screven 



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Post-office. 



County. 



Monroe Walton 

Montelth Chatham 

"Montezuma Macon 

Montlcello Jasper 

Morgan Calhoun 

Morganton Fannin 

Morganville Dade 

Morris Station Quitman 

Morrow's Station Clayton 

Morven Brooks 

Moultrie Colquitt 

Mountain Hill Harris 

Mountain Scene Towns 
Mount Airy Habersham 

Mount Pleasant Glynn 
Mount Vernon Montgomery 

Mountville Troup 

Mulberry Jackson 

Mulberry Grove Harris 

Nacoochee White 

Nahunta Wayne 

Nail's Creek Banks 

Nannie Floyd 

Naomi Walker 

Nashville Berrien 

Naylor Lowndes 

Nebo Paulding 

Newborn Newton 

New Bridge Lumpkin 

New Market Monroe 

Newnan Coweta 

New r Prospect Forsyth 

Newton Baker 

Newton Factory Newton 

Nickville Elbert 

Nochway Randolph 

Norcros« Gwinnett 

Norwood Warren 

« >ak Bower Hart 

Oak Grove Fulton 
Oakland Meriwether 
Oak Ridge Meriwether 

Ochlochnee Thomas 

Ocilla Irwin 
Oconee Washington 

Odom Emanuel 

Cgeechee Screven 

Oglethorpe Macon 

Ohoopee Tattnall 

Oliver Screven 

O'Neal's Mills Troup 

Ophir Cherokee 

Orange Cherokee 

Orchard Hill Spaulding 

Osceola Oconee 

Ously L ,wndes 

Owensbyville Heard 

( rwen's Ferry Camden 

Oxford Newton 

Palmetto Campbell 

Paoli Madison 

Parker's Store Hart 

Parramore Hill Screven 

Pataula Stewart 

Patterson Pierce 
Peach Stone Shoals Henry 

Pearson Coffee 

Peeksville Henry 

Pelham Mitchell 

Pendarvis Wayne 

Penfleld Greene 

Peppard's Mill Clinch 

Perry Houston 

Perry's Mills Tattnall 

Phillip's Mill Coffee 

Pierceville Fannin 

Pine Bloom Ware 

Pine Grove Appling 



County. Post-* 



Bartow 

Kabun 

Marion 

Sumter 

Gordon 

Forsyth 

Talbot 

White 

Schley 



Post-office. 

Pine Log 
Pine Mountain 
Plnevllle 

Plains of Dura 
Plalnville 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Hetreat 
Poindexter 

Point Peter Oglethorpe 

Polksville Hall 

Pond Fork Jackson 

Pond Spring Walker 

Poore's Milln Colquitt 

Poplar Sprinus Haralson 

Pots Mountain Dawson 

Powder Springs Cobb 

Powellville Coweta 

Powers Terrell 

Powersvllle Houston 

Prattsburg Talbot 

Preston Webster 

Providence Sumter 

Puckett station Coweta 

Purdyville Dawson 

Quitman Brooks 

Raccoon Mills Chattooga 

Ray's Mills Berrien 
Red Bluff Montgomery 

Red Branch Bullock 

Red Clay Whitfield 

Red Hill Franklin 

Red Oak Campbell 

Reedy Creek Hart 

Reedy Springs Lawrence 

Reeves Station Gordon 

Reldsville Tattnall 

Hepose Haralson 

Resaca Gordon 

Reynolds Taylor 

Rleeborough Liberty 

Richland Stewart 

♦Ringgold Catoosa 

Rising Fawn Dade 

Riverside Berrien 

Rocklo Heard 

Rock Mart Polk 

Rock Spring Walker 

Rocky Ford Screven 

Rocky Mount Meriwether 

*Rome Floyd 

Roswell Cobb 

Ruckerville Elbert 

Rural Vale Whitfield 

Russellville Monroe 

Rutledge Morgan 

Saint Elmo Schley 

Saint Marks Meriwether 

Saint Marx's Camden 
Saint Simon's Mills Glynn 

Sallacoa Cherokee 

Salt Spring Douglas 

♦Sandersville Washington 

Sand Hill Carroll 

Sand Town Campbell 

Sandy Cross Oglethorpe 

Sandy Ridge Henry 

Sandy Slue Coffee 

Santa Luca Gilmer 

Satilla Bluff Camden 

♦Savannah Chatham 

Saw Dust Columbia 

Scarboro' Screven 

Schlattervllle Pierce 

Screven Wayne 

Senoia Coweta 

Seven Islands Butts 
Seward Montgomery 

* Money Order Offices. 



County. 



Shady Dale Jasper 

Shady Grove Carroll 

Sharon Taliaferro 

Sharpsburgh Coweta 

Sheltonvllle Forsyth 

Shlloh Harris 

BUoam Greene 

Simsville Carroll 

Skelnah Fannin 
Smarr's Station Monroe 

Smith Dade 

Smith's Mills Jasper 

Smithville Lee 

Smyrna Cobb 
Snapping Shoals Newton 

Snow Hill Catoosa 

♦Social Circle Walton 

South Newport Mcintosh 

Sparta Hancock 

Springfield Effingham 

Spring Place Murray 

Stark Butts 

Starkville Lee 

State Line Heard 

statenville Echols 

Statesborough Bullock 

Steam Mill Decatur 

Stearnsville Pike 

Stellaville Jefferson 

Stephens Oglethorpe 
Stephen's Pottery Baldwin 

Stephensville Wilkinson 

Sterling Station Glynn 

Stllesborough Bartow 
Stirling Montgomery 

Stockbridge Henry 

Stockton Clinch 
Stone Mountain DeKalb 

Subiigna Chattooga 

Sugar Hill Hall 

Sugar Valley Gordon 

Summerville Chattooga 

Sumner Worth 
Sun Hill Washington 

Sunnyside Spalding 

Surrency Appling 

Sutallee Cherokee 

Suwanee Gwinnett 

Swainsboro' Emanuel 

Sweet Water Gwinnett 

Sylvania Screven 

Talbottom Talbot 

Talking Rock Pickens 

Tallapoosa Haralson 

Tallocus Brooks 
Tallulah Habersham 

Tarversvillo Twiggs 

Taylor's Creek Liberty 

Taylorsville Bartow 

Tazewell Marlon 

Tebeauville Ware 

Teloga Springs Chattooga 

Temperance Telfair 
Tennille Washington 

Texas Heard 

The Rock Upson 

Thomaston Upson 

Thomasvllle Thomas 

Thomson McDuffie 

Tifion Berrien 

Tiger Rabun 

Tilton Whitfield 
Toccoa Habersham 
Toombsborough W T ilkinson 

Towaliga Butts 

Town Creek Gilmer 

Towns Telfair 

Trader's Hill Charlton 



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Post-offices — Georgia — Kentucky. 



Post-offlce. 


County. 


Post-offlce. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Traaquilla 


Jones 


Worthville 


Butts 


Berry's Lick 


Butler 


Trenton 


Dade 


Wrightsville 


Johnson 


Berry's Station 


Harrison 


Trickum 


Whitfield 


Ye low Creek 


Dawson 


Berry vi lie 


W 7 aync 


Trion Factory 


Chattooga 


Yellow River 


Gwinnett 


Bethany 


Owen 


Troup Factory 


Troup 


York 


Houston 


Bethel 


Bath 


Tugalo 


Habersham 


Young Cane 


Union 


Bethlehem 


Henry 


Tunnel Hill 


Whitfield 


Zebulon 


Pike 


Beverly 


Christian 


Turin 


Coweta 






Bewleyville B 


reckln ridge 


Turkey Creek 


Dooley 






Big Clifty 


Grayson 


Turkey Creek Mills Carroll 
Turpentine Farm Worth 


Kentucky. 


Big Creek 
Big Hill 


Clay 
Madison 


Tusculum 


Effingham 






Big Ready 


Edmonson 


Twiggsville 
Two Run 


Twiggs 


Post office 


County. 


Big Renox Cumberland 


Lumpkin 






Big Rock 


Harlan 


Tye T> e 


Worth 


Aaron's Run 


Montgomery 


Big Spring B 


reck in ridge 


Union 


Stewart 


Adairsville 


Logan 


Birdsville 


Livington 


Union Point 


Greene 


Adams' Mills 


Pulaski 


Birk's City 


Daviess 


Unionville 


Monroe 


Albany 


Clinton 


Birmingham 


Marshall 


Upatole 


Muscogee 


Albany Landing 


Black Hawk 


Nicholas 


Valdosta 


Lowndes 




Cumberland 


Black Water 


Wolfe 


Valley store 


Chattooga 


Alexandria 


Campbell 


Blaine 


Lawrence 


Van's Valley 


Floyd 


Aliceton 


Boyle 


BlHir'sMiils 


Morg n 


Vanzandt's Store Fannin 


Allendale 


Greene 


Blandville 


Ballard 


Varnell's Station Whitfield 


Allen Springs 


Allen 


Bloomfield 


Nelson 


Vernon 


Troup 


Allen's Store 


Casey 


Blue Lick Springs Nicholas 


Vickery's Creek Forsyth 


Allenvllle 


Todd 


Bluff City 


Henderson 


Victory 


Carroll 


Allodial 


Lewis 


Boaz 


Graves 


Vienna 


Dooly 


Alton 


Anderson 


Bolton 


Mercer 


Villanow 


Walker 


Alum Springs 


Boyle 


Bolt's Fork 


Boyd 


Villa Rica 


Cai'j oil 


Anchorage 


Jefferson 


Boone's Camp 


Johnson 


Vining Station 


Cobb 


Antioch 


Washington 


Boone Furnace 


Carter 


Visage 


Towns 


Antioch Mills 


Harrison 


Booneville 


Owsley 


Wadley 


Jefferson 


Argil lite 


Greenup 


Bordley 


Union 


Wahoo 


Lumpkin 


Arlington 


Ballard 


Boston 


Nelson 


Walesca 


Cherokee 


Ashbysburg 


Hopkins 


Boston Station 


Pendleton 


Walker Station 


Dougherty 


Ash Camp 


Pike 


Botland 


Nelson 


Walnut Grove 


Walton 


*Ashland 


Boyd 


*Bowling Green 


Warren 


Walnut Hill 


Franklin 


Athens 


Fayette 


Boxville 


Union 


Walthonrville 


Liberty 


*Auburn 


Logan 


Boyd's Station 


Harrison 


Waresborouiih 


Ware 


*Augusta 


Bracken 


Boydsville 


Graves 


Warm Springs 


Meriwether 


Aurora 


Marshall 


Bradford 


Bracken 


Warnerville 


Meriwether 


Backusburgh 


Cal loway 


Bradfordsville 


Marion 


Warren ton 


Warren 


Bacon Creeit 


Hart 


Brafford's Store 


Knox 


Warthen 


Washington 


Bagdad 


Shelby 


Bramlette 


Gallatin 


Warwick 


Worth 


Bainbridge 


Christian 


Brad en burg 


Mead 


Wsr Woman 


Rabun 


Bakersport 


Hopkins 


Breedings 


Adair 


♦Washington 


Wilkes 


Bakerton 


Cumberland 


Bremen Muhlenburi 


Watkinsville 


Oconee 


Bald Uock 


Laurel 


Brewer's Mills 


Marshall 


Waverly Hall 


Harris 


Bangor 


Morgan 


Bridgeport 


Franklin 


Way Cross 


Ware 


Bank Lick 


Kenton 


Bridgeville 


Bracken 


Waymanville 


Upson 


*Barboui\sville 


Knox 


Briensburg 


Marshall 


Waynesboro' 


Bu ke 


*Bardstown 


Nelson 


Bristow Station 


Warren 


Waynesville 


Wayne 


Bardstown Jun 


ction Bullitt 


Broad head 


Rockcastle 


Way's Station 


Bryan 


Bird well 


Ballard 


Broad well 


Harrison 


Webster Place 


Erbert 


Bark Camp Mills Whitley 


Brooklyn 


Butler 


Westbrook 


Sumter 


Ba.low City 


Ballard 


Urooksville 


Bracken 


*West Point 


Troup 


Bachelor' sliest Pendleton 


Browningsville 


Blacken 


White Oak 


Columbia 


Baugh's Station Logan 


Brown's X Ro;>ds 


White Plains 


Greene 


Bayly's Creek 


Harlan 


Brownsborougb. 


Oldham 


Whitesburgh 


Carroll 


Bayou Mills 


Livingston 


Krownsville 


Edmonsim 


White Sulphur 


Springs 


Beard's station 


Oldham 


Bruin 


Elliott 




Meriwether 


Beattyville 


Lee 


Brumfield Station 


Whitesville 


Harris 


Beaver 


Floyd 


Bryant's Station 


Knox 


Whittle 


Washington 


Beaver Dam 


Ohio 


Bryantville 


Garrard 


Wild wood 


Dade 


Beaver Lick 


Boone 


Buchanan 


Lawrence 


Willacoochee 


( loffee 


Beda 


Ohio 


Buck Creek 


Owsley 


Williamsburgh 


Calhoun 


Bedford 


Trimble 


Buckeye 


Garrard 


Windsor 


Walton 


Beechland 


Washington 


Buckner's Station Oldham 


W infield 


Columbia 


Bee Lick 


Lincoln 


Buffalo 


La Hue 


Winterville 


Oglethorpe 


Bee Spring 


Edmondson 


Buford 


Ohio 


Wisdom's Store 


Harris 


Belle View 


Christian 


Bullittsville 


Boone 


Wolfskin 


Oglethorpe 


Belmont 


Bullitt 


Burkesville Cumberland 


Woodbury 


Meriwether 


Bennetts town 


Christian 


Burlington 


Boone 


Woodlawn 


Murray 


Benson 


Franklin 


Bush's Store 


Laurel 


Woodstock 


Cherokee 


Bent Branch 


Pike 


Butler 


Pendleton 


Woodstock Mil 


s Appling 
Greene 


Benton 


Marshall 


Butlersville 


Allen 


Woodville 


Berea 


Madison 


Cabin Creea 


Lewis 


Wooley's Ford 


Hall 


Berlin 


Braken 


*Cadiz 


Trigg 



* Money Order Offices. 



Post-offices — Kentucky. 



13 



Posl-oflhr. 


( ■>untii. 


j Pott-office. 


Cmtnti/. 


Posl-nffice. 


Coimlij. 


< ain'sstore 


Pulaski 


Ooalton 


Boyd 


Fast Fork 


Metcall 


( airo 


Henderson 


Cold Spring 


Campbell 


Easl Hickman 


Fayette 


( ialedonla 


Trigg 


Cold Water 


Callaway 


Fast Point 


Floyd 


( alholin 


McLean 


Coldwel Is Store 


Anderson 


Baal View 


Hardin 


California 


( lampbell 


i olemansville 


Harrison 


Fddyville 


Lyon 


Callaway 


Bell 


( !olesburgh 


Hardin 


Eden 


Jefferson 


< iilvc-i t City 


Marshall 


College Hill 


Madison 


Eden ton 


.Madison 


Campbellsburg 


Henry 


1 Colliersville 


McCracken 


Edmonton 


Metcalf 


Campbells vi lie 


Taylor 


Columbia 


Adair 


Egj pi 


Jackson 


Damp K qox 


Green 


♦Columbus 


Hickman 


Eighty-Eight 


Barren 


CamptoD 


Wolfe 


Concord 


Lewis 


Elizabetbtown 


Hardin 


< anada 


l'ike 


Connersville 


Harrison 


Elisabeth ville 


Pendleton 


Can by 


Owen 


Constance 


Boone 


Elizaviile 


Fleming 


Cane Ridge 


Bourbon 


Cool Spring 


Ohio 


101k. Creek 


Spencer 


(Jane Spring Depot Bulli 


( 'oop.-isville 


Wayne 


Hlk Horn 


Taylor 


Cane Valley 


Allan- 


Coral Kill 


Barren 


* Elk ton 


Todd 


Can.y 


Morgan 


( 'ordovo 


Grant 


Ella 


Hickman 


Caneyville 


Grayson 


Corinth 


Grant 


Flliottsville 


Rowan 


< aiuion 


Bell 


Corn ishvi lie 


Mercer 


Flliston 


Gi ant 


Cannonsburg 


Bovd 


Cory don 


Henderson 


Elm wood 


Webster 


Canton 


Trigg 


Count's Cross Roads carter 


Eminence 


Henry 


( 'arey's 


Cumberland 


*Covington 


Kenton 


English 


Carroll 


Carlisle 


Nicholas 


Cowan 


Fleming 


Eureka 


Lyon 


: Carrollton 


Carroll 


Cox's Creek 


Nelson 


E vans' Mill 


Whitley 


Carrs 


Lewis 


Crab Orchard 


Lincoln 


Ewing 


Fleming 


CarrsvUle 


Livingston 


Crane Nest 


Knox 


Fwingford 


Trimble 


( 'ars Fork 


Letcher 


Creelsburg 


Russell 


Exchange 


Marshall 


Carthage 


Campbell 


C res well 


Caldwell 


Fzel 


Morgan 


< iasey < reek 


Adair 


Crittenden 


Grant 


Fair Dealing 


Marshall 


(asyville 


Union 


Crocket sville 


Breathitt 


Fairfield 


Nelson 


Caeky'sStation 


Christian 


Crofton 


Christ i.ni 


Fairmount 


Jefferson 


Catawba 


Pendleton 


Cromwell 


Ohio 


Fairview 


Todd 


♦Catlettsburg 


Boyd 


Cropper's Depot 


Shelby 


Falls of Rough 


Grayson 


Cato 


Pulaski 


< Irossland 


Callaway 


'Falmouth 


Pendleton 


Cave City 


Barren 


( Iross Plains 


Metcalfe 


Fancy Farm 


Graves 


( laverna 


Hart 


Crutchfield 


Fulton 


Farleigh 


Hardin 


Cave Spring Station Logan 


Cuba 


Graves 


Farmdale 


Franklin 


('a\ ce Station 


Fulton 


«'ub Run 


Hart 


Farmer's 


Kowa'n 


Cecil ian 


Hardin 


Cumberland City Clinton 


Farmersville 


Caldwell 


Cellar 


Pike 


Cupio 


Bullitt 


Fannington 


Graves 


Cedar Grove 


Estill 


Curdsville 


Daviess 


Fearisville 


Lewis 


Cedar Springs 


Allen 


Curry's Run 


Harrison 


Ferguson's Station Login 


Center 


Metcalfe 


Custer Bi 


eckin ridge 


Fern Creek 


Jefferson 


Ceuterpoint 


Monroe 


Cutshin 


Perry 


Fearn Leaf 


Mason 


Centertown 


Ohio 


(ythiana 


Harrison 


Fillmore 


Logan 


Centerville 


Bourbon 


Dabney 


Pulaski 


Finchville 


Shelby 


Ceralvo 


Ohio 


Dale 


Campbell 


Fisherville 


Jefferson 


Cerulean Springs Spring 


Dallam's Creek 


Logan 


Fish Point 


Rockcastle 


( 'hapel 


Nicholas 


Dallas 


Pulaski 


Fish Trap 


Pike 


Chapel Hill 


Allen 


♦Danville 


Boyle 


Flagfbrk 


Franklin 


Chaplin 


Ni . - >n 


1 'awson 


Hopkins 


Flag Spring 


Campbell 


Charlotte Furnace Carter 


Day sville 


Todd 


Flat Gap 


Johnson 


Chatham 


Bracken 


Dayton 


Campbell 


Flat Lick 


Knox 


Cherokee 


Lawrence 


Deatsville 


Nelson 


Pla- Rock 


Pulaski 


Chestnut Grove 


Shelby 


Deer Creek 


Carter 


*Flemingsburg 


Fleming 


Chicago 


Marion 


Delaware 


Daviess 


Fliugsviile 


Grant 


( Ihilesbureh 


Payette 


Demossville 


Pendleton 


Flint Island 


Mead 


Christian sburg 


Shelby 


Dickey's Mills Edmondson 


Flippin 


Monroe 


Church Hill 


Christian 


Dividing Ridge 


Pendleton 


Florence 


Boone 


Clark's Creek 


Grant 


Dixon 


Webster 


Florence Station 




Clary vi He 


Campbell 


1 >o_' < 'reek 


Hart 




McCracken 


Clay 


Webster 


Dor ou 


Pike ; 


Floyd's Fork 


Jefferson 


Claypool 


"Warren 


Doudsville 


Pendleton , 


Ford's Ferry 


Crittenden 


Clays Village 


Shelby 


I lover 


Mason 


Fordsville 


Ohio 


Clay sville 


Harrison 


Dry fork 


Barren 


Forest Cottage 


Clinton 


Clear Spring 


Graves 


Dry Ridge 


Grant 


i' orestviHe 


Hart 


Cleveland 


Fayette 


Dublin 


Graves 


Forks of Elkhorn Franklir 


Clifford 


Lawrence 


Dncker's 


Woodford 


Forks of Tygar 


Carter 


Clifton's Mills B 


reckinridge 


Dulaney 


Caldwell 


Fort Jefferson 


Ballard 


Cliffy 


Todd 


Duncan 


Me cer 


Foster 


Bracken 


1 'liiiton 


u ickmah 


Durham 


Pulaski 


Fountain Run 


Monroe 


Clintonville 


Bourbon 


Duvall's Landing 


i Ireenup 


•Frankfort 


Franklin 


Clio 


Pulaski 


Dyersburg 


rittenden 


♦Franklin 


Simpson 


< 'lover Bottom 


Jackson 


Eagle Hill 


Owen 


Franklin's Mills 


Fleming 


Clover Fork 


Ha'-lan 


Eagle station 


Carroll 


F-anklinton 


Henry 


( ' overport B 


reckinridge 


Earle's Muhlenburg 


Frederick town Washington 


Cloyd'8 Land'g Cumberland 


Earlington 


Hopkins 


Fredonia 


Caldwell 


Coal Run 


Pike 


East Kagle 


Owen 


Freedom 


Barren 



* Money Order Offices. 



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14 



Post-offices — Kentucky. 



Post-office. 



County. 



Frenchbnrgh Menifee 

Friendship Caldwell 

Frozen Creek Breathitt 

Fruit Hill Christian 

Fulton station Fulton 

Gamaliel Monroe 

Gap Ridge Harlan 

Garden Cottage Pulaski 
Gardnersville Pendleton 
Garnettsville Mead 

Garrett Meade 

Garret tsburg Christian 

•Gelsersville Carter 

Geneva Henderson 

George's Creek Lawrence 
♦Georgetown Scott 

Hermantown Mason 

Gethsemane Nelson 

Ghent Carroll 

Gilbert's Creek Station 

Lincoln 
Gilbertsville 
Gill's Mi ils 
♦Glasgow 

♦Glasgow Junction 
Glencoe 
Glen dale 
Glen's Fork 
Glenwood 
Glover's Creek 
Golden Pond 



Post-office. 



County. I Post-office. 



County. 



Harden 1 burg Breckinridge 

Hardin Springs Hardin 

Hardyville 

Harlan 

Harmony 

Harper's Ferry 

Harreldville 

Harrisburgh 

Harris Grove 

Harrison ville 

♦Harrodsburg 

Harrod's Creek 

♦Hartford 

Hatfield 

Havilandsville 

Hawesville 



Goochland 

Goodloe 

Gordonville 

Goshen 

(iouge's 

< Ji'ad.vville 

( iraefenburg 

Grand View 

Grange City 

Grant 

Grant's Lick 

( Irapevine 

Grassland 

Grassy Creek 

Gratz 

Gravel Switch 

Gray Hawk 

Grayson 

Grayson Springs 

Grayson Spring 

Great Crossing 
Green Castle 
Green Hall 
Greene Hill 
♦Greensburg 
♦Greenup 
Greenup Fork 
♦< Sfen ville 
Greenwood 
Grider 



Marshall 

Rowan 

Barren 

Barren 

Gwllatln 

Hardin 

Adair 

Lawrence 

Metcalfe 

Trigg 

Rockcastle 

Floyd 

Logan 

Oldham 

Grant 

Adair 

Shelby 

Hardin 

Fleming 

Boone 

Campbell 

Perry 

Boyd 

Morgan 

Owen 

Marion 

Jackson 

Carter 

Grayson 

Station 

Grayson 

! SCOtt 

Warren 

Jackson 

Warren 

Greene 

Greenup 

Owen 

Muhlenbnrg 

Pulaski 

Cumberland 



Hayesville 
Haynesville 
Hazard 
Hazle Green 
Hazte Patch 
Hazlewood 
Head Quarters 
Hebbardsville 
Hebron 
Hedges 
Helena 
Henderson 



Hart 

Harlan 

Owen 

Henry 

Butler 

Owen 

Callaway 

Shelby 

Mercer 

Jefi'erson 

Ohio 

Pike 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Meade 

Ohio 

Perry 

Wol fe 

Laurel 

Ballard 

Nicholas 

Henderson 

Boone 

Clark 

Masoa 

Henderson 



Grissom's Landing Daviess 



Grundy 
Gum Grove 
Gum Sulphur 
Guthrie 
Guy's Creek 
Hadensville 
Had lev 
Haley's Mill 



Pulaski 

Union 

Rockcastle 

Todd 

Perry 

Todd 

Warren 

Christian 



Hall's Gap Station Lincoln 



Hall's Store 

Hallsville 

Hamilton 

Hammonville 

Hanly 

Hanson 



Powell 

Perry 

Boone 

Hart 

Jessamine 

Hopkins 



Henderson's Mills Marshall 

*Hickman Fulton 

Hickory Flat Simpson 

Hickory Grove Graves 

Hico Callaway 

High Grove Nelson 

High Knob Clay 

Highland Lincoln 

Hill Grove Meade 

>- ! illsboro' Fleming 

Hill Spring Henry 

Hinkleville Ballard 

Hiserville Barren 

Hodgens ville La Rue 

Holbrook Grant 

Holly Hill Whitley 

Home Pike 

Hopewell Greenup 

*Hopkinsville Christian 

Horn's Store Grayson 

Horse Branch Ohio 
Horse Shoe Bottom Russell 

House's store Clay 

Houston Bourbon 
Howard's Mills 

Montgomery 

Howe's Valley Hardin 
Hudson ville Breckinridge 

Hueysville Floyd 

Huitsville Union 

Hunnewell Greenup 

Hunter's Depot Nelson 

Huntersville Clinton 
Hurricane Crittenden 

Hustinville Lincoln 

Hutchinson's Bourbon 

Huxly Laurel 

Hyattsville Garrard 

Independence Kenton 

Indian Bottom Letcher 

Indian Creek Knox 

Indian Spring Campbell 

Inez Martin 
Iron Hill Crittenden 

Irvine Estill 

Irvin's Store Russell 

Island City Owsley 

Islaud Station McLean 

Jackson Breathitt 

Jamestown Russell 

* Money Order Cffices. 



Jarvis' Store Knox 

Jeffcrsontown Jefferson 
J erte rson v il le Montgomery 

Jericho Henry 

Jett's Creek Breathitt 
Johnson Junction Fleming 

Johnson's Christian 
Johnson's Forks Magoffin 

Jordan Station Fulton 

Kane Campbell 

Kansas Graves 

Keene Jessamine 

Kelly Christian 

Kenton Kenton 

Kentontown Roberson 

Keysburg Logan 

Key West Kenton 

Kiddville Clark 

Kings Creek Letcher 

Kings Mill Henderson 
Kings Mountain Lincoln 

Kingston Madison 

Kirkmansville Todd 

Klrksey Callaway 

Kirksvil'e Madisou 

Knob Lick Metcalfe 

Knottsville Daviess 

Knoxville Pendleton 

Kuetaway Lyon 

La Fayette Christian 

La Grange Oldham 

Lair's Station Harrison 

Lancaster Garrard 

Lanesville Floyd 

Laura Furnace Trigg 
Laurel Bluff Muhlenbnrg 

Laurel Bridge Laurel 

Laurel Creek I 'lay 

Lawrenceburg Anderson 

Lawrenceville (^rant 

Lead Mine Henry 

Leather's Store Anderson 

♦Lebanon Marion 
Lebanon Junction Bullitt 

Leesburg Harrison 

Lenoxburgh Bracken 

Leonard Harland 
Levee, Montgomery 

Level Green Rockcastle 

Levingood Pendleton 

Lewisburgh Logan 

Lewi sport Hancock 

♦Lexington Fayette 

Liberty Casey 

Line Creek Pulaski 

Linton Trigg 

Litchfield Grayson 

Little Creek Pike 

Little Cypress Marshall 

Little Eagle Scott 

Little Flat Batli 

Little Hickman Jessamine 

Little Mount Spencer 

Littie Sandy Elliott 

I.ivermore McLean 

LI via McLean 

Lochlan Jefferson 

Lockport f Henry 

Locust Branch Estill 

Locust Grove Callaway 

Logausport Butler 

Loglick Clark 

London Laurel 
Long Falls Creek McLean 

Long Grove Hardin 

Long Run Jefi'erson 

Long View Christian 

Loretto Marion 



Post-offices — Kentim ik v. 



15 



Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


( 'uunty. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Lost Creek 


Breathltl 


Moore's ( ire »k 


JaeksoTi 


( Minstead 


Logan 


Lost Run 


Breckinridge 


Mooresville Washington 


olympi n Sprii 


gs Bath 


Lot 


Whitley 


Morebead 


Rowan 


Omega 


Hart 


Louisa 


Lawrence 


Morgan 


Pendleton 


< )ra igeburg 


. Mason 
* Jetl'erson 


• Louisville 


Jetl'erson 


Morgan field 


I'nioii 


Orell 


Lovelacevllle 


Ballard 


Morgan town 


Butler 


< liter Creek 


Hardin 


Lowell 


Garrard 


.Morning Glory 


Nicholas 


( twensboro' 


Daviess 


Lowes 


( ; raves 


Morning View 


Kenton 


» (wensborough 


Function 


Lowmansville 


Lawrence 


Morrill 


Jackson 




Muhlenburg 


Ludlow 


Kenton 


Morton's Gap 


Hopkins 


Owen ton 


Owen 


Lusby's Mills 


Owen 


Mortonsville 


Woodford 


Owlngsvllle 


Path 


Lyndon 


Jetl'erson 


Moscow 


Hickman 


oxford 


Scott 


Lynn 


Greenup 


Motier 


Pendleton 


Pace's 


Metcalfe 


Lynn Camp 


Knox 


Mount Aerial 


Allen 


*Paducah 


McCracken 


Lynnville 


Graves 


Mount Oarmel 


Fleming 


Pageville 


Barren 


Lyon i a 


Hancock 


Mount Eden 


Spencer 


Painestown Muhlen burgh 


McAfee 


Mercer 


Mount Gilead 


Mason 


Paint Lick 


Madison 


Mo Daniels 


Breckinridge 


Mount Hermon 


Monroe 


1'aintsville 


Johnson 


VlcHenry 


Ohio 


Mount Hor 


Bracken 


Pal ma 


Marshall 


McKee 


Jackson 


Mount Olivet 


Robertson 


Paradise 


Muhlenburg 


McKinnie's 


Lewis 


Mount Salem 


Lincoln 


*Paris 


Bourbon 


McLeod's station Logan 


Mount Savage 


Carter 


Park 


Barren 


McPnerson 


Letcher 


Mount Sherman 


La Hue 


Parksville 


Boyle 


Mackville 


Washington 


♦Mount Sterling 




Parmleysville 


Wayne 


*Madison ville 


Hopkins 


M 


ontgomery 


Partridge 


Letcher 


Magnolia 


La Hue 


Mount Vernon 


Rockeast le 


Pates vilh; 


Hancock 


Manchester 


Clay- 


Mount Vitio 


Bullitt 


Patterson Creek Whitley 


MJannsville 


Taylor 


Mount Washington Bullitt 


Payne's 


Knox 


Maple Grove 


Trigg 


Moutb Card 


Pike 


Payne's Depot 


Scott 


Marine 


Lewis 


Mouth of Laurel 


Lewis 


Pay n evi Ik- 


Meade 


Marion 


Crittenden 


Mouth of Pond 


Pike 


Peach Grove 


Pendleton 


Marrowbone 


Cumberland 


Mud Lick 


.Monroe 


Peak's Mill 


Franklin 


Marshall's 


Bath 


Moldraugb 


.Meade 


Pee Dee 


( hristian 


Marsh Creek 


Whitley 


Munfordville 


Hart 


Pellville 


Plancoek 


Martinsburg 


Monroe 


Murphysville 


Mason 


Pembroke 


Christian 


Martin's Creek 


Clay 


*Murray 


Calloway 


Pendleton 


HeUry 


Mason Creek 


McLean 


Murray's Landing Calloway 


Penick 


Marion 


Mason ville 


Daviess 


Muse's Mills 


Fleming 


Perry ville 


Boyle 


Mass«ck 


McCracken 


Napoleon 


Gallatin 


' Peru 


Oldham 


Maxon's Mills 


McCracken 


Neatsville 


Adah- 


Petersburg 


Boone 


■Mayfield 


Graves 


Nebo 


Hopkins 


Pewee Valley 


Oldham 


Mayo Park 


Grayson 


Nelson Muhlenburg 


Peytona 


Shelby 


May's Lick 


Mason 


Nelson Furnace 


JSelson 


Peytonsburgh 


Cumberland 


*Maysville 


Mason 


Nevada 


Mercer 


Phil pott 


Daviess 


Meadow Creek 


Whitley 


Newburgh 


Jefferson 


Piketon 


Pike 


Meeting Creek 


Hardin 


New Castle 


Henry 


Pilot Knob 


Todd 


Memphis June 


tion Warren 


New Columbus 


Owen 


Filot Oak 


Graves 


Mercer Station 




New Eagle Mills 


(J rant 


Pine Grove 


Clark 


Muhlenburgh 


Newfoundland 


Elliott 


Pine Hill 


Rockcastle 


Me -shon's Cross Roads 


New Haven 


Nelson 


Pine Knot 


Whitley 




Laurel 


New Hope 


Nelson 


Pine Mountain 


I! irlan 


Middleburg 


Casey 


*New Liberty 


Owen 


Pine Springs 


Rowan 


Middle Fork 


Jackson 


New Market 


Marion 


Pine Table 


Menifee 


Middletown 


Jefferson 


♦Newport 


Campbell 


Pineville 


Bell 


Midway 


Woodford 


New Roe 


Allen 


Pitt's Point 


Bullitt 


Milburn 


Ballard 


Newstead 


Christian 


Planter's Hall Breckinridge 


Milford 


Bracken 


Newtown 


Scott 


Plato 


Pulaski 


MiPedgeville 


Lincoln 


( *Nicholasville 


Jessamine 


Pleasant Hill 


Mercer 


Millersburg 


Bourbon 


Nobob 


Barren 


Pleasant Home 


Owen 


Millersville 


Russell 


Nolen 


Hardin 


Pleasant Ridge 


Daviess 


Mill Spring 


Wayne 


North Ballard 


Ballard 


Pleasant Valley Mills 


Milltown 


Adair 


North Benson 


Shelby 




Nicholas 


Mlllville 


Wood lord 


North Fork 


Mason 


Pleasant View 


'■A'hitley 


Millwood 


Grayson 


North Middletow 


n Bouihon 


Pleasure Ridge 


Park 


Milton 


Trimble 


Nortonsville 


Hopkins 




Jefferson 


Minerva 


Mason 


Oak Hill 


Mercer 


Pleasureville 


Henry 


Mining City 


Butler 


Oakland 


Marshall 


Plum Lick 


Bourbon 


Minorsville 


Scott 


Oakland Mills 


Nicholas 


Plummer's Landing 


Mintonville 


i lasey 


Oakland Station 


Warren 




Fleming 


Mitcliellsburg 


Boyle 


Oak Level 


Marshall 


Plummer's Mil 


Fleming 


Montaview 


Montgomery 


Oak Woods 


Fleming 


Polndexter 


Harrison 


Monterey 


( )Wen 


< t'Bannon 


Jefferson 


Point Pleasant 


Ohio 


Montgomery 


Trigg 


i iceola 


( rreen 


Pond Pork 


Jefferson 


Monticello 


Wayne 


Oddville 


Harrison 


Poole's .Mill 


Web«ter 


Montpelier 


Adair 


Ogden's Landing 


Hal lard 


Pooi' Koik 


Harlan 


Moodyville 


Gfeen 


oil Springs 


Johnson 


Poplar Flat 


Lewis 


Mooley ville 


Breckinridge 


Old Brother 


Floyd 


Poplar Grove 


Owen 


Moorfleld 


Nicholas 


Olive Hill 


Carter 


Poplar Hill 


Casey 



* Money Order Offices, 



16 



Post- offices — Kentucky. 



Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Poplar Plains 


Fleming 


Ruddle's Mills 


Bourbon 


Sonora 


Hardin 


Poplar Spring 


Metcalfe 


Rumsey 


McLane 


Sorghotown 


Daviess 


Port Royal 


Henry 


Rush Branch 


Marion 


Soutli Carroll ton 




Potter's Choice 


Clay 


Russell 


Greenup 


Muhlenburg 


Pottsvllle 


Graves 


*RusseIlville 


Logan 


South Covington 


Ken on 


Powder Mills 


Hart 


Rutland 


Harrison 


South Elkhorn 


Fayette 


Powell's Mills 


Pike 


By land 


Kenton 


South Fork 


Owsley 


Powersburgh 


Wayne 


Sacramento 


McLean 


South Oak 


Hickman 


Powers' Store 


Casey 


Saint Bernard 


Livingston 


South Union 


Logan 


Powersville 


Bracken 


Saint Charles 


Hopkins 


Southville 


Shelby 


Preachersville 


Lincoln 


Saint John 


Hardin 


Sparta Station 


Gallatin 


Preston burs 


Floyd 


Saint John's Asylum 


Spears 


Jessamine 


Prince of Wales 






Kenton 


Speedwell 


Madison 


Breckinridge 


Saint Mary's 


Marion 


Spotlsville Henderson 


♦Princeton 


Caldwell 


Saint, Mathew's 


Jefferson 


Spring Creek 


Clay 


Proctor 


Lee 


Salem 


Livingston 


Springdale 


Mason 


Prosperity 


Lawrence 


Saloma 


Taylor 


Springfield Washington 


Providence 


Webster 


Salt Creek 


Perry 


Spring Grove 


Union 


Pryorsbnrg 


Graves 


Salt Trace 


Harlan 


Spring Hill Depot Henry 


Quality Valley 


Butler 


Salvisa 


Mercer 


Spring Lick 


Grayson 


Quarry Switch 


Bullitt 


Salyersville 


Magoffin 


Springport 


Henry 


(.iuincy 


Lewis 


Samuel's Depot 


Nelson 


Spring Station 


Wood fo rd 


Babbitts ville 


Logan 


Sandy Fork 


Clay 


Springville 


Greenup 


Raccoon 


Laurel 


Sandy Hook 


Elliott 


Spruce Gap 


Wolfe 


Raccoon Bend 


Laurel 


Sard is 


Mason 


Squiresville 


Owen 


Raleigh 


Union 


Schochoh 


Logan 


Stamping Ground 8'ott 


Randolph 


Metcalfe 


Science Hill 


Pulaski 


Stanford 


Lincoln 


Ray wick 


Marion 


Scott 


Kenton 


Stanton 


Powell 


Rec'orville 


Mason 


Scott-dmrgh 


Caldwell 


Star Lime Works 


Lyon 


Red Bird 


Bell 


Scott's Station 


Shelby 


Stephensburg 


Hardin 


Red Hill 


Hardin 


Scott s ville 


Allen 


Stephensport Bi 


eckinridge 


Red Lick 


Metcalfe 


Scuffle town 


Henderson 


Steubenville 


Wayne 


Red Oak 


Grayson 


Seaville 


Washington 


Sir wart 


Mercer 


Red River Iron W 


'orks 


Sebree 


Webster 


Stcwartsville 


Grant 




Estill 


Seven Guns 


Union 


Stillwater 


Wolfe 


Red River Mills 


Logan 


Seventy-six 


Clinton 


Stithton 


Hardin 


Reedyville 


Butler 


Sexton's Creek 


( May 


Stone Hill 


Laurel 


Reynoldsville 


Bath 


Seymour 


Hart 


Stonewall 


Scott 


Richardson's Landing 


Shady Grove 


Crittenden 


Stony Point 


Bourbon 




Meade 


Shady Nook 


Harrison 


Straight Fork 


Scott 


Richardsville 


Warren 


Shannon 


Mason 


Stubblefield 


Graves 


Richland 


Harrison 


Sharon Grove 


Todd 


Sublimity 


Pulaski 


Rich Lien 


Logn n 


Sharpsburg 


Bath 


Sugar Creek 


Gallatin 


♦Richmond 


Madison 


Sharpsville 


Washington 


Sugar Grove 


Butler 


Rich Pond Grove 


Warren 


Shawhan 


Bourbon 


Sugar Tree Spring Taylor 


Riley's Station 


Marion 


Shearer Valley 


Wayne 


Sulphur Fork 


Henry 


Riney ville 


Hardin 


ShelhvCity 


Bovle 


Sulphur Lick 


Monroe 


Rio 


Hart 


*Shel by ville 


Shelby 


Sulphur Springs 


Ohio 


Ripyville 


Anderson 


Shepherdsville 


Bullitt 


Summerville 


Greene 


Roaring Spring 


Trigg 


Sherburn Mills 


Fleming 


Summit 


Hardin 


Robard's Station 


Henderson 


Sherman 


Grant 


Sweet Owen 


Owen 


Robertson's Station 


shermanville 


Casey 


Sylvan Dell 


Harrison 




Harrison 


Shiloh 


Calloway 


Symsonia 


Graves 


Robinson's Creek 


Pike 


Shopville 


Pulaski 


Tampico 


Taylor 


Rochester 


Butler 


Short Creek 


Grayson 


Tar Creek Bi 


eckinridge 


Rock Bridge 


Monroe 


Side View 


Montgomery 


Tatevi le 


Pulaski 


Rock Castle 


Trigg 


Si loam 


Whitley 


Taylor's Station 


Jefferson 


Rock Dale 


Owen 


Silver Creek 


Madison 


Taylorsville 


Spencer 


Rockfield 


Warren 


Simpsonville 


Shelbv 


Temple Hill 


Barren 


Rock Haven 


Mead 


Sims Store 


Caldwell 


Ten Mile 


Campbell 


Rockhold's 


Whitley 


Sinai 


Anderson 


Tennessee Roiling Works 


Rockhouse 


Letcher 


Sinking Fork 


Christian 




Lyon 


Rockland Mills 


Mctcalte 


Skid more 


Clay 


Texas Washington 


Rock Lick Breckinridge 


Skinner's Shop 


Bourbon 


The Glades 


Laurel 


Rock port 


Ohio 


Slack 


Mason 


Thompsonville 


Pulaski 


Rocky Hills 


Barren 


Slaughtersville 


Webster 


Thomson 


Clarke 


Rocky Hill Station 


Slickaway 


Fayette 


Three Springs 


Harp 




Edmonson 


Slick Pock 


Barren 


Tietzville 


Bracken 


Rocky Point 


Monroe 


Slusher's Mill 


Bell 


Til ton 


Fleming 


Rosedale 


Letcher 


Small wood 


Clay 


Todd's Point 


Shelby 


Rose Hill 


Mercer 


smiley town 


Spencer 


Tolesborough 


Lewis 


Roseville 


Barren 


Smithfleld 


Henry 


Tompkinsvllle 


Monroe 


Rosin e 


Ohio 


*Smithland 


Livingston 


Townsville 


Butler 


Rough Creek Breckinridge 


Smith's Grove 


Warren 


Tracy 


Barren 


Rowleti's Lepot 


Hart 


Smitb's Mills 


Henderson 


Traveler's Rest 


Owsley 


Rowena 


Russell 


Smitlison ville 


Harrison 


Trenton 


Todd 


Royal ton 


Russell 


Smithville 


Bullitt 


Trigg Furnace 


Trigg 


Ruckersville 


Clark 


Somerset 


Pulaski 


Troy 


Woodford 



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Post-offices — K entuck y — Louisiana. 



17 



Pott-office. 

. ille 
Tunnel Hill 
Twin Mills 
Twin Oaks 
Underwood 
Union 
Union City 
Union Star 
'Union town 
Upper Tvgart 
Up ton vi lie 
Ullca 
Valley 
Valley Oak 
Valley Station 
Vanceburg 
Vanderburgh 



Corunly. 

Owen 

HKr.lin 

Lee 

Graves 

Hopkins 

Boone 

Madison 

Breckinridge 

Union 

( 'art-r 

Hardin 

Daviess 

Lewis 

Jeflerson 
Lewis 



Vauajhan's store Christian 



Verona 

llles 
Vine ( Irove 
Vineyard 

Viola Station 
Yisalia 

Waco 

Wadesboro' 
Wade's Mill 
Wall In 'a < reek 
Wallonia 
Walnut Hill 
Walnut Lick 
Walton 
Ward City 
Warn eld 
Warsaw 
Washington 
Waterford 
Waterloo 
Water Valley 
Waverly 
Waynesboro' 
Webb's 
Webbville 
Webster 
Welch's i 'reek 

Weal Bend 
Weal ciifty 

i'ork 
West Liberty 
West Louisville 
Westonbnrg 
West Plains 
West Point 
Wesl : 
West Upon 

Whipp will 

White Hall 
White House 
White Lilly 
White Mills 
White Dak 
White i »ak Gap 
White Plains 
White Hun 
Wbitesburg 
White Sulphur 
Wbitesville 
Whitley C. II. 
Wild Cat 
Willard 
Williams 
Williams' Store 
*Williamstown 
Wlllisbur 



Willow Shade 
Willowtown 

Wilsouvillo 



Boone 
Woodford 

Hard in 
Logan 
Graves 

Kenton 

Madison 

Callaway 

Clarke 
Harlan 
Tri>_'L' 
Pay 

Gallatin 
Boone 
Johnson : 

Martin 

Gallatin 

Mason 

ncer 

Pula-ski i 

Graves 

Union I 

Lincoln 

Lawnnce 

Breckinridue 

Butler 

Hickman 

Powell 

Grayson 

Christian 

Morgan 

Da 

rtden I 
< traves 
Hardin 

Oldham 

Owen 

Laurel 

Madison 

Kenton 

Laurel 

Hardin 

Morgan 

Pulaski 

Hopkins 

Grayson 

Letcher 

Scott 

Daviess 
Whitley 

Whitley 

Carter 

Christian 

Grant 

Washington 

Metcalfe 

Taylor 

Spencer 



Post-office. 

•Wlnchi 

wingo's Station 
Winona 
Winston 
Wolf Ci 

■ ine 
urn 
Woodbury 
\v Isonvllle 

Woodstock 
WoOdville 

Wortbington 

Wort hvi lie 

Wnrtland 

Wyoming 
Yellow i nek 
Yelvington 
Yooum 
Young's Creek 

Young's Springs 
Zlon 

Zlon Station 



County. PoHoffice. 



ParU/i. 



Clark 

Gr i 

Trimble 

Estill 

Meade 

Whitles 

Warren 

Bntler 

Hart 
Pulaski 
•ken J 
Jefferson 

( 'arroll 
Greenup ; 
Bath 

Bell 
Daviess 

Morgan 
Whitley 
Bain 
Bend 

Grant 



Bonnet Carre 

St. John Baptist 
Bordelonville Avoyelles 
Boreta St. Landry 

Bougere Caddo 

Bourgeois Landing 

Livingston 
Boutte St. Charles 

Breaux's Bridge 

St. Martin's 
BrooksviUe Iberville 

Bruly Landing 

U est Baton Rouge 
Buck Horn Webster 

Bullitt's Bayou Concordia 
Burras Plaquemines 

Burr's Ferry Vernon 



Louisiana. 



Post-office. 



Parish 



Abbeville Vermillion 

Albermarle Assumption 
• Alexandria Rapides 

Orleans 
AUain West Baton R 
Allemand's St. Charles 

Alpha dwell 

VI to Richland 

Ambrosia East Baton Rouge 
Amite City Tangipahoa 

Anacoco Vernon 

Arcadia Bienville 

Areola Tangipahoa 

Arizona Claiborne 

Arnandvillo St. Landry 

Assnmption Assumpton 
Atliens Claiborne 

Atlanta Winn 

Babb's Bridge Rapides 

Baskinton I i.klin 

Bastrop Morehouse 

'Baton Rouge 

E. Baton Rouse 
Bayou Barbary Living 
Bayou Chene St. Mary's 

Bayon Chicot St. Lundry 
Bayou < lonla Iberville 

Bayou La Chute Caddo 

Bayou Lacomb 

St. Tammany 
Bayou Tunica 

West pellclana 
Bellair Plaquemines 

.lie Bossier 

Benton 

Benton's Ferry Living* 
Bertram! jpldes 

Bethany Caddo 

Big Bend Avoyelles 

me St. Landry 

eek Grant 

Big W Calcasieu 

Black Bayou Cadoo 

Black Hawk Concordia 

Black Land • lottage Vi 
Bluff Creek Fast Feliciana 
Bonfouca St. Tammany 

Bonner Lincoln 

♦Money Order Offio 



CadeviUe 
Caledonia 
Callton 

Cameron 
Campti 
Cane Ridge 
Carenco 
Carroll ton 
udra 
Castor 



Ouachita 

( 'arroll 

Caldwell 

Cameron 

Natchltochea 

i lai borne 

LaPayette 

Jefferson 

Avoyelles 

Caldwell 



Castor Sulphur Springs 

Catahoula 
Centerville St. Mary's 

.houla 8tation 

Terrebone 



Charenton 
Charlieville 

Cheney villa 

Cherry Ridge 

Churcn Point 

Churchville 
i ton 

Clio 

Cloutiersville 

Colfax 

Collinsbnrg 

Columbia 

Columbus 
• nt 

Copenhagen 

Cotee Geiee 

(utile 

Cotton Plant 
d Valley 
jatta Chute 



St. Mary's 

Richland 

Rapides 

Union 

St. Landry 

St. Landry 

Ea«t Feliciana 

Livingston 

Natchitoches 

Grant 

Bossier 

Caldwell 

Sabine 

St. James 

Caldwell 

La layette 

Rapides 

Caldwell 

Webster 

Red River 



< tovlngton 

crane's Pord 

;.:dte 
Crowville 
Cuba 

Cypre-mort 
D'Arbone 
Darlington 
Darnell's Gin 
Delhi 
Helta 
Dennis' Mills 



St. Tammany 
Assumption 

Caddo 
Franklin 
Onacblta 

St. Mary's 

Lincoln 

St. Helena 

Sabine 

Richland 

Madison 

St Helena 



Hick son's X Koads 1. 

■ 1 "oiialdsouville Ascension 

Douglas 

Downs ville 

Dry Creek 



Duck Port 
F.I -aid 

Fob 
Eureka 

Evergreen 
Pabacher 

Fa ir view 

Farmersville 

Fillmore 



Lincoln 

Union 

Calcasieu 

Madison 

St. John Baptist 

Catahoula 

Caldwell 

tyelles 

an dry 

Concordia 

Union 

Bossier 



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Post-offices — Louisia na. 



rost-office. 

Flat ('reek 
Floyd 

Forksville 
Fort Jessup 
Fort Pike 

Franklin 



Parish. 

Winn 

Carroll 

Ouachita 

Sabine 

Orleans 

St. Mary's 



Post-office. 



Pariah. 



Frankllnton Washington 
French Settlement 

Livingston 
Friendship Bienville 

Frogmore Concordia 

P'unny Louis Catahoula 

Gansville Winn 

Girard Richland 

Gordon Claiborne 

(Jrnnd Chenier Cameron 
Grand Coteau St. Landry 
Grand Isle Jefferson 

Grand Marais Vermillion 
Grand Prairie Plaquemines 
Grappe's Bluff Natchitoches 
t rreensborough Lincoln 

Green sburg St. Helena 

Greenwood Caddo 

Oretna Jefferson 

Grosman's Landing 

West Baton Pouge 
Hamilton Ouachita 

Hammond Tangipahoa 

Happy Jack Plaquemines 
Hard Times Landing 

Tensas 
Harrisonburg Catahoula 
Haynesville Claiborne 

Henderson Carroll 

Hermitage Point Coupee 
Hickory Flat Calcasieu 

Hickory Valley Winn 

Fiineston Rapides 

Holly Springs Claiborne 
Holmesville Avoyelles 

Home Place Plapuemiues 
Homer Claiborne 

Hood's Mills Jackson 

Hope Villa 

East Baton Rouge 
Ilouma Terre Boone 

*Illawara Carroll 

Independence Tangipahoa 
India Carroll 

Indian Village Ouachita 
Island Iberville 

Jackson East Feliciana 

Jeanerette Iberia 

Jena Catahoula 

Jesuits' Bend Plaquemines 
Kanomie Rapides 

Keatchie DeSoto 

Kellogg's Landing Madison 
Kenner Jefferson 

Kent's Store East Feliciana 
Kirk's Ferry Catahoula 

Knox Point Bossier 

Labadieville Assumption 
Lakassine Calcasieu 

Lake Arthur " 

Lake ( Iharles " 

Lake Providence Carroll 
Lake Saint John Concordia 
LaPlace St. Martin's 

LaTeche St. Mary's 

Leesville Vernon 

Liberty Hi'l Bienville 

Lind Grove Morehouse 

Line " 

Lisbon Claiborne 

Live Oak Terrebonne 

Live Oak Store Livingston 



Livonia Point Coupee 

Locharbor Ouachita 

Lock port LaFourche 

Logan sport De Soto 

Log Town Ouachita 

Loggy Bayou Red River 

Lone Well Union 

Long Street De Soto 

Longwood Caddo 

Loreauville Iberia 

Love's Lake Red River 

Madisonville St. Tammany 
Magnolia East Baton Rouge 
Mandeville St. Tammany 
Manifest Catahoula 

Manny Sabine 

Mansfield De Soto 

Mansura Avoyelles 

Marion Union 

Marksville Avoyelles 

Marthaville Natchitoches 
Maurepas Livingston 

Mermenton St. Landry 

Milford Rapides 

Mill Creek Sabine 

Milliken's Bend Madison 
*Minden Webster 

*Monroe Ouachita 

Montcalm Bienville 

Montgomery Grant 

Mooringsport Caddo 

Moreauviile Avoyelles 

Morgan City Brashear 

Mosley's Bluff Union 

Mound M tldson 

Mount Lebanon Bienville 
Mount Pleasant Caldwell 
Musson Iberville 

*Natchitoches Natchitoches 
Negreet Sabine 

New Carthage Tensas 

* New Iberia Iberia 

*New Orleans Orleans 

Newport Winn 

New River Ascension 

New Saint Louis 

East Baton Rouge 
New Texas Point Coupee 
Niblett's Bluff Calcasieu 
Oak Grove Carroll 

Oakland Union 

Oakley Franklin 

Okalooska Ouachita 

*Opelousas St Landry 

Orange City La Fourche 
Otts Mill Livingston 

Ouachita City Union 

Paincourtville Assumption 
Palestine Washington 

Pass Manchac Tangipahoa 
Pattersonville St.. Mary's 
Pearl River St. Tammany 
Petite Prairie St. Landry 
Phillip's Bluff Calcasieu 
Pilot Town Plaquemines 
Pine Grove St. Helena 

Pine Ridge Winn 

Pineville Rapides 

*Plaquemine Iberville 

Plaquemine Brulee 

St. Landry 
Pleasant Hill DeSoto 

Point a la Hache 

Plaquemines 
Point Coupee Point Coupee 
Point Jefferson Morehouse 
Point Pleasant Tensas 

Ponchatoula Tangipahoa 

* Money Order Offices. 



Post-office. 



Parish. 



Port Fads Plaquemines 

Port Hudson East Feliciana 
Port Vincent Livingston 
Prairie Landing Franklin 
Prudhomme St. . andry 

Raceland LaFourche 

Raphael Iberville 

Rayville Richland 

Red River Landing 

Point Coupee 
Rigolets Orleans 

Ringgold Bienville 

Rivers Lunding Concordia 
Rochester Jackson 

Rocky Mount Bossier 

Rose Bluff Calcasieu 

Rosefieid Catahoula 

Rose Hill Caddo 

Saint. Bernard St. Bernard 
St. Charles St. Charles 

*St. Fraucisville 

W. Feliciana 
St. Gabriel Iberville 

Saint James St. James 

St. Joseph Tensas 

St. Martinsville St. Marlins 
St. Maurice Winn 

Saint Patrick's St. James 
Saint Peter's St. Landry 
Saint Sophia Plaquemines 
Saline Bienville 

Sand Hill Livingston 

Scottsvllle Claiborne 

Shady Grove Washington 
Shiloh Union 

*Shreveport Caddo 

Sicily Island Catahoula 

Mmmsport Avo>elbs 

Sparta Bienville 

Spearsville Union 

Springfield Livingston 

Spring Ridge Caddo 

Stony Point 

East Baton Rouge 
Sugartown Calcasieu 

SumnierfieM Claiborne 

Sunny Hill Tangipahoa 

Tallulah Madison 

Tangapahoa Tangapahoa 
Terrebonne Terrebonne 

The Bay Calcasieu 

The Forts Plaquemines 

*Thibodeaux LaFourche 
Tigerville Terre Bonne 

Tones Bayou Caddo 

Tooley's Concordia 

Transylvania Carroll 

Trenton Ouachita 

Trinity Catahoula 

*Vermillionville Lafayette 
Vernon Jackson 

Vidaba Concordia 

Villa Platte St. Landry 

Vienna Lincoln 

Vista Ridge Carroll 

Walnut Creek Lincoln 

Walnut Hill Vernon 

Warsaw Franklin 

*Washington St. Landry 
Waterloo Point Coupee 

Water Proof Tensas 

Waverly Madison 

Welcome St. James 

White Sulphur Springs 

Catahoula 
Whiteville St. Landry 

Wild Wood Catahoula 

Wilson's Point Carroll 



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Pout office. 



Parish. 



Wiufleld Winn 

Wlnsborougb Franklin 

Woodburn Mor.ehouse 

Woodland East Feliciana 
Wood Park Plaquemines 
Woodville Lincoln 

Yonng's station 

East Feliciana 
Youngsville Lafayette 



Mississippi. 



Post-ojjicc. 



County. 



Abbeville Lafayette 

♦Aberdeen Monroe 

Ada Choctaw 

Adamsville Greene 

Air Mount Yalabusha 

Alexander Issaquena 

Alexis Tunica 

Alien's store Tishomingo 

Allgood's Mill Noxubee 

Americus Jackson 

Antioch Alcorn 

Appleton Harrison 

Areola Washington 

Arkabutla Tate 

Artesia Lowndes 

Ash Creek Oktibbeha 

Ashland Benton 

A t Ian ta Chickasa w 

Aul>urn Hinds 

Augusta Perry 

Austin Tunica 

Australia Bolivar 

Bahala Copiah 

Baldwyn Lee 

Baloil Marshall 

Brtiikston Choctaw 

banner Calhoun 

Batesville Panola 
Bay Saint Louis Hancock 

Bay Springs Tishomingo 

Beech Springs Neshob • 

Bellefontaine Sumner 

Belmont Tishomingo 

Bcncla Calhoun 

Benton Yazoo 

Bethlehem Marshall 

Beulab Union 

Bighy Fork Itawamba 

Big Creek Calhoun 

Big Springs Clay 

Biloxic Harrison 

Black Hawk Carroll 

Black Jack Benton 

Blackmonton Carroll 

Blue Mountain Tippah 

Bogue ciiitto Lineoln 

Bolands Itawamba 

Bolivar Bolivar 

Bolton's Depot Hinds 

♦Booneville Prentiss 

Bovina Warren 

Bradley Oktibbeha 

'Brandon Rankin 

Bridgeport Simpson 

'Brook Haven Lincoln 

Brookville Noxubee 

Brunswick Warren 

Bucatunna Wayne 

Buck Creek Green 

Buena Vista Chickasaw 

Buuckley Franklin 

Buncombe Union 



Post office. 

Bunker Hill 
Burnet Mills 
Bnrnsville 
Burton's 
Burton ton 
Byhalia 
Bj ram 
Caftcrata 
( laledonia 

< 'alhoun 

< 'a i vert's Store 
Camden 
( Jampbellsville 
Campbell Switch 
Canaan 
•Canton 
( lards vlBe 
( larolina 
:: ( Jarrollton 
I arson's Landing 



County. Post-' 



< 'artersville 
t !arl hage 
Caseyville 
Caswell 
Cato 
* Jaynga 
Cedar Bluff 
( ledar Grove 
< ledar Tree 
Center 
Center Point. 



Smith 

Tishomiugo 

Tishomingo 

Tishomingo 

< sopiah 

Marshall 

Hinds 

Sumner 

Lowndes 

Madison 

Kemper 

Madison 

Yazoo 

Alcorn 

Benton 

Madison 

Itawamba 

Issaquena 

Carroll 

Bolivar 

Tishomingo 

Leake 

Lincoln 

Lafayette 

Rankin 

Hinds 

Clay 

Pontotoc 

Choctaw 

Attala. 

Tallahatchie 



Central Academy Panola 
Centerville Amite 

Chapel Hill Hinds 

( 'harleston Tallahatcbee 
Chastain Itawamba 

Cbatawa Pike 

Cherry Creek Pontotoc 

Cherry Hill Calhoun 

Chester Choctaw 

Chesterville Lee 

Chewalla Mills Marshall 
Chew's Landing Holmes 
( hina Grove Pike 

Choctaw Agency Oktibbeha 
Chulahoma Marshall 

Chunkey's station Newton 



Church Hill 

Claiborne 

Clarksdale 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cobb Switch 

( Jockrum 

< lonadeliah 

I 'oti'eeville 

Cold Spring 

Cold Water 

< ' leman 

Cole's Creek 

« 'olumbia 

*( olumluis 

( 'ommerce 

I'dino Depot 

Conerly's 

Conway 

Coonewar 

Coop wood 

♦Corinth 

Cornersville 

Corona 

Cotton Gin Port 

Cotton Plant 

Cotton Valley 

County Line 

i 'ouparle City 

Conrtland 

Crawfordsville 



Jefferson 

Jasper 

Coahoma 

Marion 

Hinds 

Lowndes 

De Soto 

Neshoba 

Yalabusha 

Wilkinson 

Tate 

Marshall 

Calhoun 

Marion 

Lowndes 

Tunica 

Panola 

Pike 

Leake 

Lee 

Winston 

Alcorn 

Benton 

Lee 

Monroe 

Tippah 

Calhoun 

Tallabatchee 

Madison 

Panola 

Lowndes 



County. 



Creswell Jasper 
Crevl Tallabatchee 

Roads Qreene 
( Irystal Springs < lopiah 

( lumberland Sumner 

Cusbtusa Neshoba 

Daleville Lauderdale 

Dallas Lafayette 

Damascus Scott 

Danville Alcorn 

Davisville Jasper 

Dteasonville Yazoo 

Decatur Newton 

De Kalb Kemper 

DeLay Lafayette 

Delta Coahomo 

! ii a mark Lafayette 

; ie Soto t'lark 

De Soto Front DeSoto 

Dido Choctaw 

Dixon Neshobo 

Dobsonville smith 
Double Springs Oktibbeha 

Dover Yazoo 
Dowd's Landing Coahoma. 

Dry Grove Hinds 

Dry Run Prentiss 

Dublin Coahomo 
Duck Hill Montgomery 

Dumas Tippah 

Duncansby Issaquena 

Durant Holmes 

Early Grove Marshall 

Edinburg Leake 

Edward's Depot Hinds 
Eggs Point Washington 

Egypt Chickasaw 

Elliott Grenada 

Elliott's Mills Panola 

Ellistown Lee 

Ellisville Jones 

Energy Clark 

Ennis' Store Oktibbeha 

Knon Perry 

Enterprise Clark 

Erata Jones 

Esparanza Pontotoc 
Estill Washington 

Etchehoma Jasper 

Eucutta Wayne 

Eudora DeSoto 

Eureka Le'b 

Falsonia Sunflower 

Falkner Tippah 

Fannin Kan kin 

•Fayette Jefferson 
Fearn's Springs Winston 

Flint Creek Harrison 

Flower's Place Smith 

Fordsville Marion 

Forest Scott 

Forest Home Warren 

Fort Ailams Wilkinson 

Fort Stephen's Kemper 

Fredonia Union 

French Camp Choctaw 

Friar's Point Coahomo 

Friendship Lincoln 

Fulton Itawamba 

Gainsvi'le Hancock 

Gall man Copiah 

Garlandville Jasper 
Garner's Station Yalabusha 

Georgetown Copiah 

Gholson Noxubee 

Glencoe Bolivar 

Glenville Panola 

Good Hope Leake 



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Post- offices — Mississ i l»i*i. 



Post- office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Goodman 


Holmes 


Lake Washington 


Newton 


Newton 


Goshen Springs 


Rankin 


Washington 


Newton ville 


Attala 


Grand Gulf 


Claiborne 


Lamar 


Marshall 


Newtown Land 


ing Wa ren 


Gray's Mill 


Holmes 


1 langside 


Wilkinson 


Noxapater 


Winston 


Graysport 


Grenada 


Lauderdale Station 


Oak Farm 


Tishomingo 


Groensborough 


Sumner 




Lauderdale 


Oakland 


Yalabusha 


*Greenvillo 


Washington 


Laurel Hill 


Neshoba 


Oakohay 


Covington 


Greenwood 


LeFlore 


Lawrence 


Newton 


Oak Vale 


Lawrence 


♦Grenada 


Grenada 


Law's Hill 


Marshall 


Ocean Springs 


Jackson 


Gum Grove Landing 


Leaf 


Greene 


Ofahomo 


Leake 




Holmes 


Leakesvlllo 


Greene 


Offutt 


Washington 


Gum Ridge 


Jefferson 


Leota Landing Washington 


*Okolona 


Chickasaw 


Guntown 


Lee 


Lewisburg 


BeSoto 


Old Hickory 


Simpson 


Hamilton 


Monroe 


Lexington 


Holmes 


Olive Branch 


De Soto 


Handsboro' 


Harrison 


Liberty 


Amite 


O'Neal's 


A Til i tn 


Hardy Station 


Grenada 


Line free* 


Sumner 


Orizaba 


Tippah 


Harpersville 


Scott 


Little Springs 


Franklin 


Osyka 
Othello 


Pike 


Harrison Station 


Lockhart 


Lauderdale 


Tunica 




rallahatchee 


Locust Grove 


Union 


*i txford 


Lafavetto 


Harrisvllle 


Simpson 


Lodi Montgomery 


Palmetto Home Yazoo 


Hashuqua 


Noxubee 


Lone Star 


Itawamba 


Palo Alto 


Clay 


Hays' Landiug 


Issaquena 


Longtown 


Panola 


Parmitchie 


Alcorn 


Hazel Dell 


Prentins 


Looxahoma 


Tate 


Pascagoula 


Jackson 


*Hazelhurst 


Copiah 


Louisville 


Winston 


Pass < Christian 


Harrison 


Hebron 


Lawrence 


Love's Station 


BeSoto 


Paulding 


Jaspar 


Herbert 


Neshoba 


Ludlow 


Scott 


Peach Creek 


Panola 


Hernando 


Be Soto 


Luxapelila 


Lowndes 


I'earce 


Leo 


Hickory 


Newton 


McCall's Creek 


Franklin 


Pea Ridge 


Lemper 


Hickory Flat 


Benton 


McComb 


Pike 


Pearl ington 


Hancock 


Hickory Plains 


Prentiss 


McDonald's Mil 


s Perry 


Peden 


Kemper 


High Hill 


Leake 


McKlnneyvll'e 


Sharkey 


Pelahatchee Bepot Rankin 


Highland 


Tishomingo 


McNutt 


Lo Flore 


Percy 


Washington 


Hillsboro' 


Scott 


Macedonia 


Lee 


Perkinsville 


Winston 


Hillside 


Tishomingo 


*Macon 


Noxubee 


Perth 


Jefferson 


♦Holly Springs 


Marshall 


Madison Station Madiron 


Philadelphia 


Neshoba 


HolmesvUlo 


Pike 


Magnolia 


Pike 


Picken's Station Holmes 


Homewood 


Scott 


Marietta 


Prentiss 


Pino [Huff 


Clay 


Hopewell 


Calhoun 


Marion Station 


Lauderdale 


Pine Grove 


Benton 


Horn Lake 


Be Soto 


Mashulaville 


Noxubee 


Bine Valley 


Yalabusha 


Houlka 


Chickasaw 


Mayerville 


Issaquena 


Pineville 


Smith 


Houston 


Chickasaw 


Mayhew's Station Lowndes 


Pinnellville 


Jones 


Hudson 


Tunica 


Meadville 


Franklin 


Pittsborough 


Calhoun 


Hudsouvillo 


Marshall 


♦Meridian 


Lauderdale 


Plattsburg 


Winston 


Hulberton 


Coahoma 


Michigan City 


Benton 


Pleasant (trove 


Panola 


Hunts ville 


Montgomery 


Midway 


Hinds 


Pleasant Hill 


Be Soto 


Hurricane 


Warren 


Millville 


Madison 


Pleasant Mounl 


Panola 


Hurrican o Creek Lauderdale 


Mississippi City 


Harrison 


Plum Blutr 


Jackson 


Independence 


Tate 


Mitchell's Mill 


Attala 


PIuti Point 


DeSoto 


Indian Bayou 


Sunflower 


Molino 


Union 


Polkvlllo 


Smith 


Ingomar 


Issaqaena 


Monroe 


Perry 


1 Pontotoc 


Pontotoc 


Iuka 


Tishomingo 


Monte Vista 


Sumner 


Pope's Bepot 


Panola 


Jacinto 


Alcorn 


Montgomery 


Lincoln 


Poplar Creek Montgomery 


"Jackson 


Hinds 


Monticollo 


Lawrence 


Poplar Springs 


Pontotoc 


Jaeksonwood 


Amite 


Montpelier 


Clay 


*Fort Gibson 


Claiborne 


Java 


Neshoba 


Montrose 


Jasper 


Pott's Camp 


Marshall 


Jay nes ville 


Covington 


Moore's Mills 


Newtown 


Prairie Point 


Noxubee 


Jefferiesville 


Claiborne 


Moorville 


Lee 


Prairie Station 


Monroe 


Jewell's Hill 


Jasper 


Morgan's Fork 


Franklin 


Prentiss 


Bolivar 


Johnson's station 


Morton 


Scott 


Providence 


Grenada 


Johnsonville 


Sunflower 


Moscow 


Kemper 


Quincy 


Monroe 


Jonesboro' 


Tippah 


Moss Point 


Jackson 


Quitman 


Clf rk 


Jonestown 


Coahoma 


Mountain Creek 


Rankin 


Raleigh 


Smith 


Kellls' Store 


Kemper 


Mount Carmel 


Covington 


Randall's Bluff 


Winston 


Kennedy's Store Itawamba 


Mount Hope 


Copiah 


Randolph 


Poniotoc 


Kewanee 


Lauderdale 


Mount Olive 


Covington 


Kaymond 


Hinds 


Kibbeville 


Franklin 


Mount Pleasant 


Marshall 


Red Banks 


Marshall 


Kienstra's Store Adams 


Mount Zion 


Simpson 


Red Land 


Pontotoc 


KUmiohael Montgomery 


Mud Creek 


Pototoe 


Red Lick 


Jefferson 


Kingston 


Adams 


Mulden 


Monroe 


Refuge 


Washington 


Kirk wood 


Madison 


*Natchez 


Adams 


Riceville 


Pearl 


Knoxville 


Franklin 


Neblctt's Landing Bolivar 


Rienzi 


Alcorn 


Kosciusko 


Attala 


Nesbitt's Station l> i So 


Rio 


Kemper 


Kossuth 


Alcorn 


New Albany 


Union 


Ripley 


Tippah 


Lafayette Springs Laf&yet' 


New Hopo 


Yalabusha 


Ri vert on 


Bolivar 


LaGrango 


Choctaw- 


New Ireland 


Newton 


Robertsonvlllo 


Coahoma 


Lake 


Scott 


Newport 


Attala 


Robson's Laudi 


tig Coahoma 


Lake Coino 


Jasper 


New Prospect 


Winston 


Rock Hill 


Benton 






New Site 


Prentiss 


Rockport 


Copiah 



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21 



Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Poet-office. 


County. 


Rooky Springs 


Claiborne 


Tupelo 


Lee 


a mazonla 


Andrew 


Rodney 


Jefferson 


Turner's 


Franklin 


Americus 


Montgomery 


Roebuck 


l.e Flore 


Turnersvllle 


Jasper 


Amity 


DeKalo 


Rolling Kork 


Sharkey 


Twistwood 


Jasper 


A lie is 


Harrison 


Rome 


Winston 


Tyro 


Tate 


Andover 


Harrison 


Rosedale 


Bolivar 


Union 


Newton 


Annapolis 


Iron 


Rose Bill 


Amite 


Union church 


Jefferson 


A ie-oii 


Clarke 


Ruokersville 


Tippah 


Union Mills 


Tippah 


Anthonle'a Mill Crawlord 


Rushlnc's Store 


Lauderdale 


Cliea 


llin. Is 


A atonia 


Jefferson 


Sabougla 


< lalhoun 


Vaiden 


Carroll 


Appleton C; 


pe Qlrardeau 


Saint Elmo 


Claiborne 


Vaughan 


Yazoo 


Appleton City 


st. Clair 


Salem 


Benton 


Vernal 


( Ireen 


A i be In 


Scotland 


Sal lis 


Attalla 


Vernon 


Madison 


Arcadia 


Iron 


Saltillo 


Lee 


Verona 


Lee 


Areola 


Dade 


Santa 


Covington 


♦Vicksburg 


Warren 


Argo 


Crawford 


'San Us 


Panola 


Wabalak 


Kemper 


Arlington 


Phelps 


Sarepta 


Calhoun 


Wallerville 


Union 


Arno 


Douglas 


Satartia 


Yazoo 


Wall Bill 


Marshal] 


Arnoldsville 


Buchanan 


Scooba 


Kemper 


Walnut 


1 Ippah 


Arnsberg C 


ipe < lirardeau 


Scran ton 


Jackson 


Walnut < irovc 


Leake 


Arrow Rock 


Saline 


8enatobia 


Tate 


Walthall 


Sunnier 


Ashburn 


Pike 


Scssumsvllle 


Oktibbeha 


Walton 


Lafayetto 


Ashervlllc 


Stoddard 


Shady drove 


Jasper 


Warren ton 


Warren 


Ash < irove 


Greene 


Sharon 


Madison 


Washington 


Adams 


Ash Hill 


Butler 


Shell Mound 


Le Flore 


Waterford 


Marshall 


Ashland 


Boone 


Sheppardtown 


LeFlore 


♦Water Valley 


Yalabusha 


Ashley 


Pike 


Shougelo 


Smith 


Watkinsville 


Neshoba 


Ash ton 


( 'larke 


Shoobota 


Clark 


Watson 


Marsball 


Asper 


Livingston 


Shuqualak 


Noxubee 


Waveland 


Hancock 


Astoria 


Wright 


Sidon 


LeFlore 


Waynesboro' 


Wayne 


Atchison Juuction 


Biloam 


Clay 


Webster 


Winston 


Athens 


Clarke 


Silver < 'reek 


Lawrence 


Wells 


Attala 


Atlanta 


Macon 


Silver Springs 


Alcorn 


Wesson 


Copiah 


Auburn 


Lincoln 


Singleton 


Winston 


West Fork 


Lawrence 


Augusta 


St. Charles 


Slate Spring 


Calhoun 


♦West Point 


Clay 


Aullvillo 


LaFayet e 


Slayden's Crossing Marshall 


West's Station 


Holmes 


Aurora 


Lawrence 


Smithdale 


Amite 


West ville 


Simpson 


Austin 


Cass 


Smith's station 


Hinds 


Whitefield 


Oktibbeha 


Auxvasse 


Callaway 


Smithsville 


Monroe 


Why Not 


Lauderdale 


Ava 


Douglass 


Sonora 


Clay 


Wilkesburgh 


Covington 


Avalon 


Livingston 


Sparta 


Chickasaw 


Williamsburg 


Covington 


Avilla 


Jasper 


Spring Cottage 


Marion 


Winchester 


Wayne 


Avoca 


Jefferson 


Spring Dale 


Lafayetto 


♦Winona >: 


ontgomery 


Avola 


Vernon 


Hpringport 


Panola 


* Wood villo 


Wilkinson 


Avon 


St. Genevieve 


Spring Valloy 


Sumner 


♦Yazoo City 


Yazoo 


Ayersville 


Putnam 


Starkville 


Oktibbeha 


Yellow Babbitt 


Benton 


Bachelor 


Callaway 


Star Place 


Panola 


Yocony 


Itawamba 


BadeM 


St. Louis 


State Line Station Greene 


Yorka 


Leake 


Bai'ey's Creek 


< (sage 


Station Creek 


Covington 


Zion Hill 


Amito 


Bainbridge 


Clinton 


Steen's Creek 


Rankin 






Baker 


St.. Clair 


Btoneville 


Washington 






Baker's Grovo 


Barton 


Stonewall 


Harrison 


iur* 


• 


Bakersville 


Ozark 


Storm villo 


Bolivar 


J&lSSOlU 


Baladan 


McDonald 


Stray horn 


Tate 






I la Id win 


St. Louis 


Sncarochee 


Kemper 


Post-office. 


County. 


Bancroft 


Daviess 


SulphurSprings 


Madison 






Barkersvllle 


Callaway 


♦Summit 


Pike 


Aberdeen 


Pike 


Barnard 


Nodaway 


Taoaleecho 


Benton 


Acasto 


Clarke 


Barne' tsville 


Morgan 


Tallulah 


Issaquena 


A del 


Mercer 


Barney villo 


Audrian 


Tamola Station 


Kemper 


Afton 


St. Louis 


Barn urn ton 


Camden 


Tampico 


Clay 


Agency 


Buchanan 


Barry 


Clay 


Taylor's Depot 


LaFayette 


Akron 


Harrison 


Barry ville 


Macon 


Taylorsville 


Smith 


Alamode 


Reynolds 


Barton 


Barton 


Tchula 


Holmes 


Alanthus Grove 


Cent ry 


Batter ton's Mi 


11 Butler 


Temperance Hill Monroe 


Alba 


Jaspa 


Battsvillo 


Carrol 1 


Terrine 


Bolivar 


♦Albany 


Gentry 


Bauff 


Taney 


♦Terry 


Hinds 


Albina 


Howell 


Bay 


Gascon ado 


Thorn as town 


Leake 


Alexandria 


Clarke 


Bear Branch 


Linn 


Thyatira 


Tate 


Allendale 


Worth 


Beer Creek 


Cedar 


Tibbv Station 


Clay 


Allen ton 


St. Louis 


Beaufort 


Franklin 


Tillatoba 


Yalabusha 


Allenville Cape 


Girardeau 


Beaver 


Douglass 


Tiplersvillc 


Tippah 


Alma Wright 


Wright 


Beckville 


8t. Louis 


Toccopola 


Pontotoc 


A 1 martha 


Ozark 


Bedford 


Livingston 


Toomsaba 


Lauderdale 


Alpha 


Grundy 


Bee Fork 


Reynolds 


Torraneo 


Yalabusha 


Alta Vista 


Daviess 


Bel ew's Creed 


Jefferson 


Tougaloo 


Hinds 


A 1 ten burg 


Perry 


Belgrade 


Washington 


Tremont 


Itawamba 


Alton 


Oregon 


Bell Air 


Cooper 


Trenton 


Smith 


A Bona 


Bates 


Bellefontalnc 


St. Louis 



♦ Money Order Offices. 



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Post-offices — Missouri. 



Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Post-office. 


County. 


Bollefonte 


Pulaski 


Breckinridge 


Caldwell 


Caruthersville 


Pemiscot 


Belle View 


Iron 


Bridge Creek 


Carroll 


Casco 


Franklin 


Bellevilla 


Montgomery 


Bridgeport 


Warren 


< 'issville 


Barry 


Belmont 


Mississippi 


Bridge ton 


St. Louis 


Castle 


Andrew 


Bolton 


Cass 


Bridgewater 


Nodaway 


Castle Rock 


Osage 


Bern 


Gasconade 


Brighton 


Polk 


Castor 


Bollinger 


Ben bow 


Marion 


♦Brook field 


Linn 


Catawba 


Caldwell 


Bend 


Texas 


Brookline Station Boone 


Catawissa 


Franklin 


Benjamin 


Lewis 


Brooklyn 


Harrison 


Cave Pump 


Camden 


Benton 


Scott 


Brosaley 


Cass 


Caverna 


McDonald 


Benton City 


Audrain 


Brotherton 


St. Louis 


Cave Spring 


Greene 


Benton Creek 


Dent 


Brown Branch 


Taney 


Cedar Bluff 


Texas 


Berger 


Franklin 


Browning 


Iiine 


Cedar City 


Callaway 


Berlin 


Gentry 


Brown's Station 


Boone 


Cedar Creek 


Taney 


Bertrand 


Mississippi 


♦Brownsville 


Saline 


Cedar Fork 


Franklin 


Bessville 


Bollinger 


Brumley 


Miller 


Cedar Valley 


Taney 


Best Bottom 


Montgomery 


Brunot 


Wayne 


Cedarville 


Dade 


♦Bethany 


Harrison 


♦Brunswick 


Chariton 


Celina 


Dent 


Bethel 


Shelby 


Rrusb 


Mercer 


Center 


Ralls 


Bethpage 


McDonald 


Brussells 


Lincoln 


Center Point 


Atchison 


Beverley 


Macon 


Buchanan 


Bollinger 


Center Town 


Cole 


Beverley Station Platte 


Buckeye 


Jasper 


Center View 


Johnson 


Bevier 


Macon 


*Bu klin 


Linn 


Centerville 


Reynolds 


Bible Grove 


Scotland 


Buckner 


Jackson 


Central 


St. Louis 


Biehle 


Perry 


Buff 


Benton 


Central City 


Putnam 


Big Creek 


Texas 


-Buffalo 


Dallas 


Centralis 


Boone 


Bigelow 


Holt 


Bunceton 


Cooper 


( ihain ot Rocks 


Lincoln 


Big River Mills 




Bunker Hill 


Lewis 


( 'balk Level 


St. Clair 




St. Francois 


Burbois 


Gasconade 


Chambersburg 


Clarke 


Big Spring 


Montgomery 


Burdett 


Bates 


Chambersville 


Dade 


Billings 


Christian 


Burfordvi lie Cape Girardeau 


Chamois 


Osage 


Birch Tree 


Shannon 


Burlington 


Boone 


Chantilly 


Lincoln 


Birdseye Ridg 


3 Sullivan 


Burnett Station 


Johnson 


Chapel 


Howell 


Bismarck 


St. Francois 


Burr Oak Valley 


Lincoln 


Chapel Hill 


Lafayette 


Black Jack 


S\ Louis 


Burton 


Howard 


Charleston 


Mississippi 


Black Oak 


Caldwell 


Bushberg 


Jefferson 


Cheltenham 


St. Louis 


Black Oak Point Hickory 


*Butler 


Bates 


Cherry Box 


Shelby 


Black Walnut 


St. Charles 


Buttsville 


Grundy 


Cherry vi lie 


Crawford 


Blackwell's Station 


Bynumville 


Charlton 


Chesapeake 


Lawrence 




St. Francois 


Byrnesville 


Jefferson 


Chilhowee 


Johnson 


Bleak Knob 


Linn 


Byron 


Osage 


*Chillicothe 


Livingston 


B odgett 


Scott 


Cadet "Washington 


City Bluff 


Nodaway 


Bloomfield 


Stoddard 


Cahoka 


Clarke 


City Point 


Platte 


Blooming Rose Phelps 


Cainesville 


Harrison 


Civil Bend 


Daviess 


Bloomington 


Macon 


Cairo 


Randolph 


Clapper 


Monroe 


Bloomsdale St. Genevieve 


Caledonia Washington 


Claremont 


Nodaway 


Blue Eagle 


Clay 


Calhoun 


Henry- 


*( 'larence 


Shelby 


Blue Eye 


Stone 


♦California 


Moniteau 


Clarke City 


Clarice 


Blue Mill 


Jackson 


Callao 


Macon 


Clarksburg 


Moniteau 


Blue Ridge 


Harrison 


Calumet 


Pike 


Clark's Fork 


Cooper 


Blue Spring 


Jackson 


Calvy 


Franklin 


larks vt He 


Pike 


Bluffton 


Montgomery 


Calwood 


Callaway 


< llarkton 


Dunklin 


Boeger's Store 


Osage 


Cambridge 


Saline 


claysvillc 


Boone 


Boeschenville 


Benton 


Camden 


Ray 


Clayton 


Vernon 


Boeuf Creek 


Franklin 


Camden Point 


Platte 


Claytonville 


Clay 


Bogard's Mound Carroll 


*Cano eron 


Clinton 


Clear Creek 


Cooper 


Boise Brule 


Perry 


Campbellton 


Franklin 


Clear View 


Sulliv ;>n 


Boise D'Arc 


Greene 


Canaan 


Gasconade 


Cleopatra 


Mercer 


Bolakow 


A ndrew 


Cane Creek 


Butler 


Cliff St 


Genevieve 


Boles 


Franklin 


Cane Hill 


Cedar 


Clifton 


Schuyler 


*Bolivar 


Polk 


Caney 


Ozark 


Clifton City 


Cooper 


Bolton 


Harrison 


*( 'an ton 


Lewis 


Clifton Hill 


Randolph 


Bond's Mines 


Morgan 


Cap Au Gris 


Lincoln 


Clifty Dale 


Maries 


Bonfil's Station 


St. Louis 


Cape Galena 


Morgan 


*Clinton 


Henry 


Bonhomme 


St. Louis 


*Cape Girardeau 




Clinton's Mills 


Crawford 


Bonne Terre 


St. Francois 


Cape Girardeau 


Clinton ville 


Cedar 


Boonsboro 


Howard 


Caplinger's Mills 


Cedar 


Clover Bottom 


Franklin 


*Booneville 


Cooper 


Cappelen 


3t. Charles 


Cloverdale 


Benton 


Boston 


Christian 


Capp's Creek 


Newton 


Clyde 


Polk 


Bourbon 


Crawford 


Caput 


Barton 


Coatsville 


Schuyler 


Bower's Mills 


Lawrence 


Carbon Center 


Vernon 


Coffeysburg 


Daviess 


Bowling Green 


Pike 


Carpenter's Store 


Clinton 


Coffman St. 


Genevieve 


Boyd 


Dallas 


Carrington 


Callaway 


Cold Spring 


Douglas 


Boyler's Mill 


Morgan 


*<'arrollton 


Carroll 


Cold Water 


Wayne 


Boy n ton 


Sullivan 


Carrsville 


Henry 


Cole Camp 


Ben tow 


Bradleyvillc 


Taney 


Carsonville 


Iron 


Colemanville 


Carter 


Brashear 


Adair 


Carterville 


Jasper 


Colfax 


Sullivan 


Brazito 


Cole 


♦Carthage 


Jasper 


College Mound 


Macon 



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23 



roit-qfflce. 

Collins 
Col mail 
Coloma 
Colony 
•Columbia 
( !olumbU8 
•Commerce 
Oompetll Ion 
( Soncepi ion 
Concord 

Concordia 

( 'onsvillc 

Convcrs 

Conway 

Cook's station 
*C»)«)n Creek 
Cooper's Hill 



County. Post-office. 



st. Clair 

Si. Louis 

Carroll 

Knox 

Boone 

Johnson 

Scott 

Laclede 

Nodaway 

Callaway 

LaFayette 

Henry 

Clinton 

Laclede 

Crawford 

Barton 
Osage 



Cooper Springs Douglas 

Cornelia Johnson 

Cornersville Hickory 

Corning Holt 

Cornwall Madison 

Corry Dade 

Corsicana Barry 

Corso I/incoln 

Cottleville St. Charles 

Cotton Plant Dunklin 

Cottonwood Mercer 
Cottonwood Point Pemiscot 

Cove City Bates 

Crab Orchard Kay 

Craig Holt 

Crane Barry 

Cream Ridge Livingston 

Crescent Hill Bates 

Creve Cceur St. Louis 

Crocker Pulaski 

Cross Timbers Hickory 

Crystal City Jefferson 

Cuba Crawford 

Cuivre Lincoln 

Cunningham Chariton 

Curran Stone 

Curryville Pike 

Dadesville Dade 

Dallas Jackson 

Dalton Chariton 
Danville Montgomery 

Dardenne St. Charles 

Darksville Randolph 

Dauphine Osage 

L)avenport Dade 

Dawn Livingston 

Dayton Cass 

Debruin Pulaski 

Decatur Cole 

Decaturville Camden 

Deep Spring Greene 

Deertield Vernon 

Deer Ridge Lewis 

Defiance Worth 

DeKalb Buchanan 
De Lassus St. Francois 

Delaware Town Christian 

Dell Delight Benton 

Delta Laclede 

Dennis Wright 

De ver Worth 

Des Arc Iron 

*Des Peres St. Louis 

Desoto Jefferson 

*De Witt Carroll 

Dexter City Stud' lard 

Diamond City Jasper 

Dick Lafayette 

Dick's Creek Dallas 

Dieblstadt Scott 

Di t tmer's Store Jefferson 



Q unity. Post-office. 



Dixon 

Dolle's Mills 
l toniphan 

Douglass 
Dover 
1 "owning 
Drake 



Pulaski 

Bollinger 

Ripley 

Gentry 

Lafayette 

Schuyler 

( lasconade 



Dtennanville Phelp 

Dresden l'ettis 

Dripping Spring Boone 

Dry creek Crawford 

1 >ry <ilai/.e Laclede 

Dty Ridge Camden 

Dry Wood Vernon 

Duncan Webster 

Duncan ("reek Vernon 
Duncan's Bridge Monroe 

Dundas Pulaski 

Dundee Franklin 

Durgan'a Creek Lewis 

Durham Lewis 

Duroc Benton 
Dutch Town Cape Girardeau 

Dutzow Warren 

Dykes Texas 

Eagle Harrison 

Last Lynne Cass 

Easton Buchanan 

Last Kulo Holt 

Ebenezer Greene 

Economy Macon 

Edgar springs Phelps 

Edge Hill Reynolds 

Edgerton Platte 

*Edina Knox 

Edinburg Grundy 
Egypt Mills Cape Girardeau 

Elk < 'reek Texas 

Elk Dale Atchinson 

Elk Head Christian 

Elkland Webster 

Elk Lick Springs Pike 

Elk Mills McDonald 

Elk Prairie Phelps 

Elkton Hickory 

Ellenorah Gentry 

Ellis Vernon 

Ellisville St. Louis 

Elm Flatt Daviess 

Elm Grove Holt 

Elm wood Saline 

Klston Cole 

Ely station Marion 

Emerson Marion 

Eminence Shannon 

Empire Prairie Andrew 

Energy Schuyler 

Enterprise Clarke 

Erie McDonald 

Essex Stoddard 

l-.tlah Eranklin 

Etna Scotland 

Ettieville Gentry 

Eudora Atchison 

EurcKa St Louis 

Fvansville Monroe 

Everett ( ;,s^ 

Excel lo Macon 

Excelsior Morgan 

Faljtus Scotland 

l'abius Junction Marion 

Fairfield Benton 

Fair Grove Greene 

Fairmont Clarke 

Fair Play Polk 

Fairport DeKalb 

Fairview Nodaway 

Fair vi lie Saline 

* Money Order Offices. 



County. 



FallingSprlng Douglas 

Fame Sumner 

Farbar Audrain 

Farley Platte 

Farmersville Livinston 
♦Farmington St. Francois 

*Fayette Howard 

Fayetteville Johnson 

Femme (Jsage St. Charles 

Fenton St. Louis 

Ferguson St. Louis 

Fillmore Andrew 

Fish Creek Saline 

Flag Springs Andrew 

Flat Creek Barry 

Flat Woods Phelps 

Flint Hill St. Charles 

Florence Morgan 

Florida Monroe 

Florisant St. Louis 

Floyd's Creek Adair 

Fontainbleau Andrew 

*Forest City Holt 

Forest Green Chariton 

Forest Home Lawrence 

Foristell St. Charles 

Forkner's Hill Dallss 

Forsyth Taney 

Fort Lyon Benton 

Fountain Grove Linn 
Fouchea Renault 

Washington 

Four Mile Dunklin 

Fob Ray 

Fox Creek St. Louis 

Frankford Pike 

Franklin Howard 

Frazer Buchanan 

Fredericksburg Osage 

*Fredericktown Madison 

Freeland Carter 

Freeman Cass 

Freemont Clarke 
French Village St. Francois 

Frohna Perry 

F unlet Jefferson 

Fulton Callaway 

Fyan Laclede 

Gageville Miller 

Gaines Farm Henry 

Gainesville Ozark 
Galbraith's Store Henry 

Galena Stone 

Galesburg Jasper 

Gallatin Daviess 

Garden City Cass 

Garden Grove Ralls 

Gardenville St. Louis 

Gasconade City Gasconade 
Gasconade Ferry Gasconade 

Gates Newton 

Oatewood Kipley 

Gayoso Pemiscot 

Gentryville Gentry 

Georgetown Pettis 

Georgeville Ray 

( leorgia City JaspeV 

Gilead Lewis 

'Glasgow How ird 

Glassville Caldwel 

Glen Allen Bollinger 

Glencoe St. Louis 

H Glen wood Schuyler 

Golden Barry 

Golden City Barton 

Gooch's .Mill Cooper 

Goodson Polk 

Good Water Iron 



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Post-offices — Missouri. 



Post-office 

Gooso Neck 
Gordonville 

Goshen 

Gould Farm 

Gower 

Graham 

*(} randy 

(4 rand Eddy 

Graud River 

Granger 

Granitesvllle 

♦Grant's City 

Grantsville 

Granville 

Gravel Point 

Graves' Mills 

Graysonville 

Gray's Summit 

Grnysvillc 

Green Castle 

♦Greenfield 

Greenleaf 

Green Ridge 

Greensburg 

Greentou 

Hreen Top 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Gregory Landing 

Grinnell 

Grove Date 

Grove Spring 

Grubbtown 

Grubville 

(i nil lord 

< Jim City 

< Juthrie 
Hager's Grove 
Gainesville 
Half Rock 
Halfway 
Hal leek 
Hall's 
Hallsville 
Hamburg 
Hamdeu 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Ham's Prairie 
'Hannibal 
Hanover 
Happy Valley 
Hardin 
Hail in 
Harrisburg 
Harrison's Mills 
*Harrisonville 
Harrlston 
Hartford 
Hartville 
Harville 
Hassard 
Havana 
Havens 
Hawk Point 
Hazel Green 
Hazel Hun 
Hazel wood 
Heaton 
Hedge City 
Hematite 
Henderson 
Hendrickson 
Henry 
*H.»rmann 
Hermitage 
Herndon 
Hester 



County. Post-o_ 



County. Post-office. 



Hickory 

Livingston 

Mercer 

Caldwell 

Clinton 

Nodaway 

Newton 

Perry 

Gentry 

Scotland 

Iron 

Worth 

Linn 

Monroe 

Texas 

Morgan 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Putnam 

Sullivan 

Dade 

DeKalb 

Pettis 

Knox 

Lafayette 

Schuyler 

Wayne 

Jackson 

Clarke 

Gruady 

Maries 

Wright 

Grundy 

Franklin 

Nodaway 

Cass 

Callaway 

Shelby 

Clinton 

Mercer 

Polk 

Buchanan 

Buchanan 

Boone 

St. Charles 

Chariton 

Caldwell 

Platte 

Callaway 

Marion 

Jefferson 

Harrison 

Ray 

qiay 

Boone 

Crawford 

Cass 

Cooper 

Putnam 

Wright 

Butler 

Ralls 

Gentry 

Lawrence 

Lincoln 

Laclede 

St. Francois 

Webster 

Lawrence 

Knox 

Jefferson 

Webster 

Butler 

Ray 

Gasconade 

Hickory 

Saline 

Marion 



Hickman Mills Jackson 

Hickory Barren Greene 

Hickory Hill Cole 

Hicks City Jackson 

Higbee Randolph 

Higinsvilleg LaFayette 

High Grove Maries 
♦High Hill Montgomery 

Highlandvllle Christian 

High Point Moniteau 

High Ridge Jefferson 

Hill City Barry 

♦Hillsboro Jefferson 

Hitt Scotland 

*Holden Johnson 

Holliday Monroe 

Holman's Store Warren 

Hoi stein Warren 

Holt Clay 

Holt's Summit Callaway 

Homer Atchison 

Honey Mercer 
Hopewell Academy Warren 
Hopewell Furnace 

Washington 

Hopkins Nodoway 

Horine Station Jefferson 
Hornervllle 
Horse Creek 
House's Springs 
Houston 
Houston ia 
Howard's Mill 
Howe's Mill 



County. 



Howland 

Hudson 

HudaonCIty 

Hugginsville 

Hughes 

Hughesville 

Humansvillo 

Hunnewell 

Huntingdale 

♦Huntsvillo 

Hurdland 

Hutton Valley 

Iatau 

Iberia 

Ida 

♦Independence 

Index 

Indian Creek 

Iona City 

Irish Grove 

♦Irondale 

Iron Mountain 

Iron Ridge 

Iron Summit 

* I ronton 

Isabella 

Isadora 

Island City 

I van hoe 



Dunklin 

Barton 

Jefferson 

Texas 

Pettis 

St. Clair 

Dent 

Putnam 

Bates 

Worth 

Gentry 

Nodaway 

Ptttis 

Polk 

Shelby 

Henry 

Randolph 

Knox 

Howell 

Platte 

Miller 

dair 

Jackson 

Cass 

Monroe 

Pettis 

Atchison 

Washington 

St. Francis 

Crawford 

Pulaski 

I ron 

Ozark 

Worth 

Gentry 

Shelby 



Jackson Cape Girardeau 
Jackson Station Daviess 



Jacksonville 

Jadwin 

.lake's Prairie 

Jame's Bayou 

Jameson 

Jamesport 

Jamestown 

Jasper 

♦Jefferson City 

Jeffriesburg 

Jenkins' Creek 

Jennings 

Jobe 



Randolph 

Den t 

Crawford 

Mississippi 

Daviess 

Daviess 

Moniteau 

Jasper 

Cole 

Franklin 

Jasper 

St. Louis 

Oregon 



John's Branch Audrain 

Johnson City St. Clair 

Johnstown Bates 
Jonesburg Montgomery 

Joplin City Jasper 

Josephville St. Charles 

Judsou Sullivan 

♦Kansas City Jackson 

Kaolin Iron 

Kaneyville Macon 

Kearny Clay 

Kelso Scott 

Kennett Dunkin 

Kent Newton 

Kenton Christian 

Kerbyville Taney 

Keystone Clinton 

Keysville Crawford 

♦Keytcysvllle Charlton 

Kidder Caldwell 

Kiddridge Osago 

Kiddville Sullivan 

Kimmswick Jefferson 

King City Gentry 

King Grove Holt 

King's Point Da to 

♦Kingston Caldwell 
Kingston Furnace 

Washlngston 
Kingsville Johnson 
♦Kirksvillo Adair 
Kirkwood St. Louis 
Knob Lick St. Francois 
Knob Noster Johnson 
Knob View Crawford 
Knox City Knox 
Knoxville Kay 
Koeltztown Osage 
Krakow Franklin 
Labaddle Franklin 
La Belle Lewis 
♦Laelede Linn 
Lacon Maries 
Laddona Audrain 
LaDue Henry 
Laflin Bollinger 
♦LaGrauge Lewis 
Lahai Bates 
Lake St. Louis 
Lake City Jaeksou 
Lake Creek Benton 
Lakenan Shelby- 
Lake Spring Dent 
Lakeville Stoddard 
♦Lamar Barton 
Lamar's Station Nodaway 
La Mine Cooper 
Lamonte Petlis 
Lamotte Place St. Charles 
♦Lancaster Schuyler 
Lane's Prairie Maries 
♦La Plata Macon 
Lathrop Clinton 
Lawn Ridge Scotland 
Lawrenceburgh Lawreneo 
Lawrencetou St. Genevieve 
Lawson Ray 
Laynesvillo Saline 
Leasburg Crawford 
♦Lebanon Laclede 
Labeck Cedar 
Leduc Gasconade 
♦Lee's Summit Jackson 
Leesville Henry 
Lemon Capo Girardeau 
Lemon Station Putnam 
Lentuer Shelby 
Leonaa Shelby 



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Coun y. 



LeRoy Barton 

Lesterville Reynolds 

Levlck's Mill Randolph 

Lewis Station Henry 

Lewiston Lewis 

♦Lexington Lafayette 

♦Liberty Clay 
Libertyville St. Francois 

Licking Texas 

Lima Carroll 

Lincoln Benton 

Lindersville Adair 

Llndley Grundy 

Lingo Macon 

Linn Osage 

*Linn ('reek Camden 

Linn's Mills Lincoln 

*Linneus Linn 

Linn wood Osage 

Lisbon Howard 

Lisbonville Ray 

Little Beaver Douglas 

Little Bergen Gasconade 

Little Black Ripley 

Little Blue Jackson 

Littleby Audrain 

Little Oompton Carroll 

Little is'iangua Camden 

Little Osaee Vernon 

Little Union Marion 

Livonia Putnam 

Lock Spring Daviess 

Locust Hill Knox 

Locust mound Miller 

I/Ogan Lawrence 

Logan's Creek Reynolds 

London Atchison 

Lone Elm Cooper 

Lone Jack Jackson 

Lone Oak Bates 

Lone Star Gentry 

Long Branch Monroe 

Long Lane Dallas 

Longtown Perry 

Longwood Pettis 

Loose Creek Osage 

Lorraine Harrison 

Lost Creek Wayne 

Louisbnrg Dallas 

♦Louisiana Pike 

Louisville Lincoln 
Loutre Island Montgomery 

Love Lake City Macon 

Lowndos Wayne 

LowryCity St. Clair 

Lucas Henry 

Luray Clarke 

Lutesville Bollinger 

Luther Franklin 

Lyda Macon 
McCa-sney's X Roads 

DeKalb 

McCredie Callaway 

McDowell Barry 
McKinney's Mill Ripley 

McNail Iron 

Mabry's Ferry .Stone 

Mack's Creek Camden 

*Macon City Macon 

Madison Monroe 

Madisonville Railt 

Maiden Dunklin 

Malta Bend Saline 

Manchester St. Louis 

Mandeville Carroll 

Manton Maries 

Maple Macon 

Meramac Phelps 



Post-office. 



County. Post-officr. 



Marble Hill 


Bollinger 


Marion 


Cole 


*Marionville 


Lawrence 


Marlin 


Pettis 


Mark 


Daviess 


Marqnand 


Madison 


•Marshall 


Saline 


■'Marsh Meld 


Webster 


Marthasville 


Warrrn 


Martinsburg 


Audrain 


Martins town 


Putnam 


Mbrtlnsvllle 


Harrison 


Martling 


Newton 


Marvel 


Bates 


Marvin 


Henry 


Marion 


Henry 


*Maryvllle 


Nodaway 


Maune's Store 


Franklin 


Maxville 


Jefferson 


♦Maysvllle 


DeKalb 


May view 


LaFayette 


Maywood 


Lewis 


Meadville 


Linn 


Mechanicsville St. Charles 


Medicine 


Sullivan 


Medoc 


Jasper 


Medora 


Osage 


Mehlville 


St. Louis 


Melrose 


St. Louis 


♦Memphis 


Scotland 


Mendon 


Chariton 


Mendota 


Putnam 


Meramec Station St. Louis 


Mercyville 


Macon 


Metz 


Vernon 


♦ vlexico 


Audrain 


Meyer's Store 


Franklin 


Miami 


Saline 


Miami Station 


Carroll 


Micklen 


Jackson 


Middlebrook 


Iron 


Middlebury 


Mercer 


Middle Fabies 


Scotland 


Middle Grove 


Monroe 


Middletown 


Montgomery 


Midland 


Crawford 


Midway 


Boone 


♦Milan 


Sullivan 


Miles Point 


Carroll 


Milford 


Barton 


Millard 


Adair 


Millersburg 


Callaway 


Millersville Ca 


pe Girardeau 


Mill Grove 


Mercer 


Mill Port 


Knox 


Mill Spring 


Wayne 


Millville 


Ray 


Millwood 


Lincoln 


Minoy 


Taney 


Mine La Motte 


Madison 


Mineral Point 


Washington 


Mingsville 


Wright 


Mint Hill 


Osage 


Mlrabile 


Caldwell 


Missouri City 


Clay 


Missouriton 


St. Charles 


Mittchellville 


Harrison 


♦Moberly 


Randolph 


Modena 


Mercer 


Modoc 


Audrian 


Mokeville 


St. Louis 


♦Monroe City 


Monroe 


Montauk 


Dent 


Montevallo 


Vernon 



Coun ty. 



♦Montgomery City 

Montgomery 
Monticello Lewis 

Montrose Henry 

* Money Order Offices, 



Montserrat Johnson 

Mooresvllle Livingston 

Morley Scott 

Mornington Webster 

Morrison Gasconade 

Morrisville Polk 

Morse's Mill Jefferson 

Morton Ray 

Moscow Clay 

Moselle Franklin 

Moulton Shelby 

Mound City Holt 

Mounds Vernon 
Mountain Grove Wright 

Mount Airy Randolph 

Mount Hope Lafayette 

Mount. Moriah Harrison 

Mount Pleasant Gentry 

Mount Vernon Lawrence 

Mount View Benton 

Muddy Caldwell 

Muddy Lane Livingston 

Muirton Grundy 

Mulberry Bates 

Murphysburg Jasper 

Muscle Fork Chariton 

Myers Howard 

Naomi Marion 

Napoleon Lafayette 

Narrows Creek Macon 

Nashville Barton 

Nebo Leclede 
Neely's Landing 

Cape Girardeau 

Neelysville Butler 

Neeper Clarke 

Nelsonville Marion 

♦Neosho Newton 

Nettleton Caldwell 

♦Nevada Vernon 

New Alsace St. Louis 

Newark Knox 

New Bloomfleld Callaway 

New Boston Linn 
New Bridge Creek Ozark 

♦New Cambria Macon 

New Castle Gentry 
New Florence Montgomery 

New Frankfort Saline 

New Garden Ray 

New Hamburg Scott 

r«f ew Harmony Pike 

New Hartford Pike 

New Haven Franklin 

New Home Bates 

New Hope Lincoln 

New London Ralls 
♦New Madrid New Madrid 

New Market Platte 

New Melle St. Charles 
New Offenburg 

St Genevieve 

New Palestine Cooper 

New Point Holt 

New Santa Fe Jackson 

♦Newtonia Newton 

Newtown Putnam 
New Welis Cape Girardeau 

Niangua Webster 

Nineveh Adair 

Nishnabotna Atchison 

Nodaway Andrew 

Norborue Carroll 

Norma Webster 

Normandy St. Louis 

Norris' Fork Henry 

Northcutt Linn 

North River Marion 



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Post-offices — Missouri. 



County. 

St. Louis 

JLinn 

Greene 

Knox 

Dent 

FranKlin 

Jackson 

Crawford 

Laclede 

Cape Girardeau 

St. Louis 

St. Charles 

Lincoln 

Jefferson 

Washington 

Lincoln 

Lincoln 

Putnam 

Grundy 

Shannon 

Saline 

Holt 

Polk 

Jasper 

Kay 

St. Louis 

Crawford 

Cole 



Post-office. 

North St. Louis 

North Salem 

North Springfield 

Novelty 

Nursery Hill 

Oakfield 

Oak Grove 

Oak Hill 

Oakland 

Oak Kidge 

Oakvllle 

O'Fallon 

Old Alexandria 

Old Ditch 

Old Mines 

Old Monroe 

Olney 

Omaha 

Ono 

Orchard Point 

Orearville 

*Oregon 

Orleans 

Oronogo 

Orrick 

Orrville 

Osage 

Osage Bluff 

Osage City 

Osage Iron Works Camden 

Osborn DeKalb 

*Osceola St. Clair 

Otteiville Cooper 

Overton Cooper 

Owasco Sullivan 

Owen's Mills Osage 

Owensville Gasconade 

Owl Creek Knox 

Oxford Worth 

Ozark Christian 

Ozark Iron Works Phelps 

Ozark Mills Iron 

Pacific Franklin 

Page City LaFayette 

Paine's Prairie Polk 

Palmer Washington 



*Palmyra 

Panther Valley 

Papinsville 

Paradise 

*Paris 

Paris Springs 

Parker 

Parker's Station 

Park's Grove 

*Parkville 

Patterson 

Patton 

Puttonsburg 

Pattonville 

Pay Down 

Paynesville 

Peace Valley 

Peach land 

Peaksville 

Peculiar 

Pemberton 

Pendleton 

Pennville 

People's 

Perche 

Perrin 

Perry 

*Perryville 

Petra 

Pevely 

Peytonia 

Phelps 



Marion 

Webster 

Bates 

Clay 

Monroe 

Lawrence 

Andrew 

Scott 

St. (Uair 

Platte 

Wayne 

Bollinger 

Daviess 

St. Louis 

Maries 

Pike 

Howard 

Osage 

Clarke 

Cass 

Dade 

Warren 

Sullivan 

Cape Girardeau 

Randolph 

Clinton 

Kails 

Perry 

Saline 

Jefferson 

Montgomery 

Lawrence 



Post-office. 



Counti). Post-office. 



*Phelps' City Atchison 

Philadelphia Marion 

Phillipsburg Laclede 

Pickering Nodaway 

Piedmont Wayne 

*Pierce City Lawrence 

Piketon Stoddard 

Pilani's Store Ozark 

Pilot Grove Cooper 

*Pilot Knob Iron 

Pinckney Warren 

Pine Creek Laclede 

Pine Grove Taney 

Piaeville McDonald 

Piney Woods Shannon 

Pink Hill Jackson 

Pinkleyville Oregon 

Pin Oak Grove Gentry 

Pisgah Cooper 

Pitts Warren 

Pittsburg Hickory 

Pittsville Johnson 

Plato Texas 

Platte City Platte 

Platte River Buchanan 

Plattin Jefferson 

*Plattsburg Clinton 

Pleasant Farm Miller 

Pleasant Gap Bates 

Pleasant Green Cooper 

*Pleasaut Hill Cass 

Pleasant Home Putnam 

Pleasant Hope Polk 

Pleasant Mount Miller 

Pleasant Park Carr.ili 

Pleasant Retreat Scotland 

Pleasant Valley Wright 

Pleasant. View Cedar 

Plum Valley Texas 

Pocahontas Cape Girardeau 
Point Pleasant New Madrid 

Polo Caldwell 

Pond St. Louis 

Poplar Bluff Butler 
Portage Des Sioux 

St. Charles 



Portageville 

Port Hudson 

Portland 

*Potofi 

Pottersville 

Powell 

Prairie Bird 

Prairie City 

Prairie Fork 

Prairie Hill 

Prairie Home 

Prairieville 

Prathersville 

Preston 

Price 



New Madrid 

Franklin 

Callaway 

Washington 

Howell 

McDonald 

Adair 

Bates 

Montgomery 

Chariton 

Cooper 

Pike 

Clay 

Jasper 

St. Louis 



Price's Branch Montgomery 
"Princeton Mercer 

Proctorville 
Prospect Grove 
Prospect Hill 



Protem 

Providence 

Pryor's Store 

Quapaw 

Queen City 

Quincy 

Quitman 

Kacine 

Randolph 

Raveana 

Raymondville 

Ray more 



Caldwell 

Scotland 

Clay 

Taney 

Boone 

Douglas 

Newton 

Schuyler 

Hickory 

Nodaway 

Newton 

Randolph 

Mercer 

Texas 

Cass 



County. 

Jackson 

Ray 

Pike 

Callaway 

Jasper 

Stone 

Callaway 

Phelps 

Rails 

Greene 

Montgomery 



Raytown 

Rayville 

Reading 

Readsville 

Reeds 

Reid's Springs 

Relorm 

Relfe 

Rensselaer 

Republic 

Rhineland 

Rich Fountain 

Rich Hill 

Richland 

♦Richmond 

Richwoods 

Richville 

Ridge 

Ridgely 

Ridge Prairie 

Ringo's Point 

Rinkelville 

Hitchey 

River Aux Vases 

St. Genevieve 
Riverside Shannon 

*Koanoke Howard 

R.aring River Barry 

Robertson's Mill Stone 

Rocheport 
Rochester 
Rock Bridge 
Rockbridge Mills 
Rocklord 



Bates 

Pulaski 

Ray 

Washington 

Douglas 

Carroll 

Platte 

Saline 

Adair 

St. Louis 

Newton 



Rock Hill 

*Rockport 

Rock Prairie 

Rock Spring 

Rookvdle 

Rocky Comfort 

Rocky Mount 

*Roila 

Rolling Home 

Rome 

Rondo 

Roney 

Roscoe 

Rose Hill 

Rosendale 

Rothville 

Roubuloux 

Round Grove 

Round Spring 

Rowletta 

Rural Dale 

Rush Tower 

Rushville 

Russ II 

Russell's Hill 

Russelville 

Sacramento 

St. Annie 

St. Aubert 

*St. Catherine 

*St. Charles 

St. Clair 

St. (loud 

St. Francisville 



Boone 

Andrew 

Ozark 

Boone 

Lincoln 

St- Louis 

Atchison 

Dade 

Washington 

Bates 

McDonald 

Miller 

Phelps 

Randolph 

Douglas 

Polk 

Hickory 

St. Clair 

Johnson 

Andrew 

Chariton 

Texas 

Lawrence 

Shannon 

Pettis 

Gruudy 

Jefferson 

Buchanan 

Howard 

Shannon 

Cole 

Wright 

Pulaski 

Callaway 

Linn 

St.. Charles 

Franklin 

Scott 

Clarke 



St. Genevieve St. Genevieve 



St. George 

St. James 

St. John 

*St. Joseph 

St. Leger 

*St. Louis 

St. Louis Arsenal 

St. Martin's 



Wright 

Phelps 

Putnam 

Buchanan 

Ozark 

St. Louis 

St. Louis 

Morgan 



St. Mary's St. Genevieve 



* Money Order Offices. 



Post-offices— Missouri. 



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Post-office. 

St. Peters 
St. Thomas 
Salem 

S.iline 
Salisbury 
Salt Springs 



County. 

St, Charles 

Cole 

Dent 

Mercer 

Charlton 

Saline 



Post-office. 



County. 



Sampsell Station Livingston 
Sampson Creek 
San Antonio 



Sand Creek 

Sand Hill 

Sand Springs 

Sandstone 

Santa Fe 

Santa Rosa 

Sappington 

Sarcoxie 

Sarvis Point 

♦Savannah 

Saverton 

Saxton 

Schell City 

Schleursburg 

Scotland 

Scott's Station 

Scottville 

Sebago 

*Sedalia 

Sedgewick 

Sedgewickville 

Seneca 

Seney 

Sentinel Prairie 

Settle's Station 

Shamrock 

Shannondale 

Shawnee Mound 

Shawneetown 

Cape Girardeau 



Buchanan 

Adair 

Scotland 

Webster 

Vernon 

Monroe 

DeKaib 

St. Louis 

Jasper 

Webster 

Andrew 

Kails 

Buchanan 

Vernon 

St. Charles 

Jasper 

Cole 

Sullivan 

Linn 

Pettis 

Linn 

Bollinger 

Newton 

Macon 

Polk 

Platte 

Callaway 

Chariton 

Henry 



Spring HU1 Livingston 

Stananl DeKaib 

Stanford Texas 

Stanton Copper Mines 

Franklin 
steelsville 
Steffenville 
Stein's Prairie 
Stephens' Store 
Stewart 
♦Stewartsville 
Stieklerville 
Stockland 
♦Stockton 
Stokes Mound 
Stone Hill 



*Shelbina 

♦Shelbvvtlle 

Shell Knob 

Sherman 

Sherrill 

Shibley's Point 

Shiloh 

Shoal Creek 

Shoalsburg 

Shoneytown 

Shootman 

Short Bend 

Shotwell 

Sibley 

Sidney 

Si gel 

Sikeston 

Silver Creek 

Sliver Lake 

Sinkin 

Six Mile House 

Slagle 

Smithfield 

Smith ton 

Smithville 

Snibar 

Sni Mills 

South Fork 

South foint 

South St Louis 

Southwest City 

Sparta 

Spencer 

Spencersburg 

Spickardsville 

Spring Bluff 

Sprink Creek 

♦Springfield 

Spring Grove 



Stono 

Stony Hill 

Stony Point 

Stoutland 

Stoutsville 

Stover 

Strafford 

Strasburg 

Stringtown 



Crawford 

Lewis 

Marios 

Callaway 

Pemiscot 

De Kalb 

Sullivan 

Montgomery 

Cedar 

Carroll 

Dent 

St. Francois 

Gasconade 

Jackson 

Camden 

Monroe 

Morgan 

Greene 

Cass 

Cole 



Stroderville Cape Girardeau 
♦Sturgeon Boone 

Sublett , Adair 

Sue City ^ c R n 

Sugar Lake Platte 

Sullivan Franklin 

Sulphur Lick Lincoln 

Sulphur Springs Landing 

Jefferson 

Summersville 
Summit 



Shelby 

Bavry 
St. Louis 
Texas 
Adair 
Butler 
Livingston 
Newton 
Putnam 
Carroll 
Dent 
Franklin 
Jackson 
Ralls 
Pettis 
Scott 
Cedar 
Perry 
Shannon 
St. Charles 
Polk 
Jasper 
Pettis 
Clay 
Lafayette 
Jackson 
Howell 
Franklin 
St. Louis 
McDonald 
Christian 
Lawrence 
Pike 
Grundy 
Franklin 
Phelps 
Greene 
Dallas 



Sunnyside 

Swanwiok 

Sweet Home 

Swiss 

Switzler 

Sylvania 

♦Syracu